Church on the radio

'Reality Church' broadcasts in North East Africa are providing an opportunity for worship to listeners with no formal church in their area. Read more

Voice of Egypt: Working for change

The way listeners think about God is a result of online radio programmes in Egypt. Read more

Radio inspires change in rural India

Two listeners from a rural part of Uttar Pradesh, India tell us how the Udaan radio programmes helped them make changes in their lives. Read more

Radio supporting Christians in North East Africa

A new SW radio project is broadcasting into a closed country in NE Africa. Read more

Mozambique: Opening up the Bible

Bible study groups, people coming to faith and a new church formed as a result of Radio Wimbe's Christian broadcasts. Read more

India ranks number 1 in poll of the world's most dangerous countries for women

Thomson Reuters Foundation survey finds India to be the most dangerous country for women. Read more

Radio for closed countries

In countries where Christian ministry, evangelism and worship are illegal or significantly restricted, Feba's partners are still able to share God's love. Read more

Growing in Faith Appeal

Life-changing radio programmes have been broadcast to listeners in North East Africa for the last 40 years. Find out how you can help this ministry to continue. Read more

Exploring Faith in Bangladesh

Feba’s partners are producing radio programmes that explore faith issues in culturally appropriate ways, bringing understanding and hope to communities. Read more

Life Changing Radio in North East Africa

"The only comfort for my spiritual life is your radio programme" says Rebekkah, a listener in North East Africa. Find out how radio is refreshing her hope. Read more

Egypt: Building Bridges with Online Radio

Advances in technology are transforming the way many of us live. With a world of information at our fingertips, discussions about faith are never far away online. An internet radio station in Egypt is using this opportunity to bridge community conversations with conversations about God. Read more

Getting to know: Farida

Pemba, Mozambique: taking the helm after Narciso Zandamela, Radio Wimbe's new station manager Farida is a woman on a Mission... Read more

Educational radio transforming communities

The broadcasts of Radio Wimbe in Mozambique and Afno FM in Nepal include programmes on health and hygiene, family life, agriculture and the environment. This informative content is helping listeners transform their lives and communities. Read more

Radio to assist an active faith and living hope in Yemen

Providing hope, support and information, the Yemen Project uses radio to support persecuted Christians, displaced people and listeners affected by conflict. Read more

International Day of the Girl

Celebrating the world's 1.1 billion girls, October 11th is International Day of the Girl Child. Feba works with partners using radio to raise awareness of the significant challenges girls face due to social constraints and inequality. Read more

Iraq’s Christians and minority groups “on verge of disappearance”

Following the devastating attacks on the Shiite community in Baghdad during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, a new report highlights the suffering of other ethnic and religious minority groups in Iraq. Read more

Life as a Christian radio producer in Iraq

Operating in a country with a volatile security situation, the IraqFM team delivers broadcasts that seek peace and reconciliation in a war torn area. We asked one of their radio producers what life is like living out their Christian faith in that context. Read more

Reaching Persecuted Christians in Yemen with Radio

Addressing problems people experience every day, our partners provide radio giving a life-line to listeners. Read more

Radio Umoja FM is launched in Nobili

Radio Umoja is launched in Kamango, DRC - with the slogan 'together we can'. Read more

How using SALT can help respond to Ebola in Sierra Leone

As global interest moves on to other humanitarian issues, Feba UK is continuing a follow up response to Ebola, using a method with a particular flavour. Read more