Radio Taboo is a development project spearheaded by Issa Nyaphaga, a political exile who returned to his village in Cameroon to build a community radio station, with the idea of creating a platform for the community to discuss subjects that are taboo to talk about such as public health, women’s issues and LGBT tolerance.
The project is the subject of a documentary film partially funded by National Geographic’s All Roads Seed Grant.
RadioActive provided transmission and studio equipment for Radio Taboo.
The film is in production and as of July 2017 Radio Taboo is on the air on 96.0 MHz! For more information visit the Radio Taboo website.