Farm Radio International (FRI) is a Canada-based organization and utilizes radio in its work fighting poverty and food insecurity in thirty-nine African countries. Founded in 1979, FRI disseminates information to millions of farmers about sustainable agriculture, nutrition, health, and community development. Visitors can read about the five programs that FRI runs by clicking on the "Our Work" link near the top of the page. The "Scripts and Voices" program provides broadcasters with scripts for dramas that are translated into hundreds of languages and can be adjusted to fit the local community of the radio station. These scripts are also available to visitors to the site. "Voices" is a newsletter that is read on the air, providing farmers with information that relates to the each theme presented in the Scripts area and broadcaster training articles. The "Multimedia" link provides visitors with several video clips of people associated with FRI and audio clips of actual segments of radio broadcasts from Ghana, Zambia, and Malawi.