A non-profit radio broadcasting 22 hours a day, 365 days a year to over 500,000 listeners in Gurugram, Haryana. Listen via 107.8 FM in Gurgaon or online via apps.
A critical information and communication bridge in the community using participatory radio. Linking residents to local administration, doctors, lawyers, counsellors, and to each other.
The Covid-19 Campaign: In close collaboration with the Civil Defence team Gurugram District we bring you latest Gurgaon-specific updates on tackling the Coronavirus pandemic.
Saumya Baijal and Sharmila Aakhir Kab Tak is a show on Rape Culture. And how we as Indians propagate that culture every day. Our anger now stems from the brutality of the rape in question, because rape itself, is now normalised. This show questions that normalcy and breaks down everything that contributes to it- from language, to ideas of consent, popular culture, authority, agency of the woman, and deep rooted patriarchy.
Since 2017, former bureaucrat, and now counselor Anupma Chandra, anchors a weekly live show using a story format to talk about relationships and key social issues. The program Family Time, is a favourite among listeners who can listen to the ups and downs of the characters’ lives and also call in with their own reactions and questions.
Our program Chahat Chowk is the only live, phone-in radio program focussing on sexual and reproductive health currently on air, whether in public, private or community radio
In 2013, under a partnership with Commonwealth Of Learning, Gurgaon Ki Awaaz launched a health series built as a Community Learning Program. The result, Chahat Chowk, is a weekly program focused on the sexual and reproductive health of couples. Produced along with stakeholders such as Civil Hospital, Gurgaon, St.
Swasth Gurgaon was launched in partnership with St Stephens Hospital, Gurugram as a weekly health program designed as a conversation with doctors across specialties.
The program continues as a regular weekly program with doctors from both the public and private hospitals network and bring to our listeners answers to some of the most fundamental questions that affect our health.
A Campaign Organ Donation with Parashar Foundation Gurgaon Ki Awaaz started a partnership in 2019 with ORGAN India/Parashar Foundation, for a campaign on organ donation awareness with a radio show on Organ, Tissue & Body Donation via the programme “Jeevan – Ek Anmol Uphaar.
We use radio to address the silence and stigma surrounding mental health issues. Given the stigma to speak about mental health, and to reach out to professionals for help, the privacy and anonymity of radio allows our listeners to call in and talk to psychologists in our studio during live phone-in programs every week.
Udaan, is a weekly Live Phone-In show in partnership with counselor Satish Kaushik and a host of psychologists.