Q: How can we reach hundreds of millions of at-risk children at a time? Kids who may be illiterate, poor, or don’t go to school…kids who have no other way to hear an anti-trafficking message?
In many countries around the world, radio is a strategic way to reach hundreds of millions of children and their parents easily and cost effectively. That’s why we developed a brand-new 10-episode dramatized radio program for children designed to prevent child trafficking.
The new program, called "Born to Fly," is the story of a caterpillar named Blossom who has a dream to fly. In her quest to follow her dream, she learns some important lessons -- the hard way, of course, or we wouldn't have a story!
Each episode in this delightful new program is 15 minutes and includes original instrumental theme music. As with everything we do, our goal is not just to keep kids from being trafficked but to encourage them to dream big and tell them they were "born to fly."
This is B2F's second foray into radio; for the past year we’ve produced an anti-trafficking news program for families in India called "Baat Pate Ki" ("Something Important"), with an audience of 80 million people a week.
Now we've created a new program that broadcasters anywhere in world can translate and air to protect their own country's children from traffickers. With it we have the potential to reach literally hundreds of millions of children with a strong anti-trafficking message in their own language.
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