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Afghan Education Production Organization (AEPO) has since 1994 produced educational programmes and print material that address a wide range of issues that affect the lives of all Afghans, women and men, young and old. Through radio drama, the AEPO team draws on the experiences of ordinary Afghans to convey messages and ideas that aim to help them address the issues and challenges they face in their everyday lives. These programmes are broadcast on the BBC World Service Pashto and Dari services, as well as on local FM stations across the country, such that the 'New Home, New Life' radio drama has become a household name. To ensure that our output remains relevant, the production team undertakes extensive fieldwork and listener surveys, and uses accessible language in both radio programmes and printed material. AEPO's publications are aimed primarily at young Afghans, but are also being used for those learning literacy. As we diversify our outputs to reflect the changing media environment in Afghanistan, AEPO is committed to retaining our values and goals.

Programs
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New Home; New Life drama (NHNL)

The NHNL drama is focusing on Afghans’ daily lives in their families, and the settings of this drama is imaginary. NHNL drama is like Soap Opera. It means that multiple stories run at the same time in this drama. Each episode has five scenes which discuss different stories. The topics discussed in the drama are collected based on the research conducted in the field.

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Peddler’s Bag (PB)

The PB program is for children around 5 to 9 years of age. This program is designed like a magazine which empowers children’s mental and language competencies. The program is informative for children in which sound information for children, counting, stories, rhymes and jokes are told for the children. The peddler is playing the central role in this program.

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Castle of Thousand Windows (CTW)

This program is produced for youngsters between 13 to 16 years old.The aim of this program is to know the interest about social and cultural topics so that they use others’ experiences and improve their own lives. Through the windows in this program, the listeners to this program are familiarized to their country and world.

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Stories for Living (SL)

This program is for children around 9 to 13 years old, and this program tells stories about peace and friendship to them. The issues in this program are chosen based on field research with children and library and online research.

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Village Voice (VV)

This program discusses rural people’s problems in the interviews with them. Experienced people in the rural areas and experts in different fields are asked for the solutions to the problems. All problems and solutions are discussed in a simple language which is understandable for all.

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Health and Life (HL)

Every Health and Life program discusses a special type health problem. People share their stories of failure and success with the audiences and first aids and home remedies to the illnesses are told by people. At the end of the program, the expert doctors tell the listeners about solutions. Mostly, the program focuses on mothers’ and children’s health.

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Gold in the Dust (GD)

This program has three parts mostly. The program is designed for people who have no jobs and want to start a business but do not how to start and succeed in the business. They will learn people’s success and failure experiences and can estimate what ways are beneficial for them. They will also learn on which sector they can invest to win lots of profits. In this program, computer is a character and it plays a great role in conveying the themes of the program

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Illustrated story books

AEPO has been publishing these story books since 1997 to facilitate children’s reading, writing and mental development. Its drawings play a major role in helping children get acquaintance with their natural environment.

 
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