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As a network, our strength depends on us communicating well.
Good, honest and clear communication helps us build better relationships, share timely information and respond to complex challenges, like Covid-19.
And that's why we made this course.
Drawing on the skills of our members - from BBC news, local politics, community leadership - this course aims to help you communicate with integrity, clarity and quality.
And so whether you're a member of our network or not, if you believe in community-led change, this is for you.
Through theory and practice, we'll help you...
Meet some of the people behind the course
For nearly a decade, our Comms Co-ordinator covered big global news stories for BBC TV and radio. He's now equipping people like you to have more impact in your work.
A mentor and coach at Arukah Network, Elizabeth is also a District Councillor in local politics, Contributing Editor at The Ecologist magazine and an experienced facilitator.
Sierra Leone's soap opera Atunda Ayende was created by Kemoh to help young people process the trauma of civil war, but it's become a popular show among many others too.
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