All listenership, readership, viewership rates for specific media outlets in these articles represents the habits of regular media users and not the overall population.
The survey referenced in these articles was designed to capture information based on the population distribution of recent media consumers: “what are the demographics of those who have watched TV, listened to the radio, read a newspaper in the past week” as opposed to what percentage of the adult population has watched TV or listened to the radio.
KEY COMMUNICATION AND DEVELOPMENT WEBSITES AND PROJECTS
World Bank Country Profile and Projects_Mozambique
World Bank Knowledge Economy Index
WHO Health Statistics- Mozambique
UNESCO Edcuation Statistics
UNDP Human Development Indicators- Mozambique
Amnesty International- Mozambique
Global Voices- Mozambique
Mobileactive.org- Mozambique Statistics
Freedom House Map of Press Freedom 2009
World Bank Governance Matters Indicators
Mozambique Communication Profile
Provincial differences in culture, language and development challenges mean that populations are looking for varied information that is suited to their local needs. Radio looks to be the best way to provide that information. More here.
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