Radio Usalama FM in Adjumani, Uganda, has 1 million refugees, who have escaped tribal warfare in South Sudan, living within their coverage area. But how can refugees listen to the station when electricity is scarce and batteries are expensive? Answer: SonSet radios.
Radio Logos is broadcasting the gospel in 14 languages to oral learners living in primitive, isolated communities in the Peruvian jungle. Spiritual revival is taking place among the Achuar and Shipibo peoples. How can the revival be extended? Answer: SonSet radios
Radio Évangile Développement (R.E.D.) has eight radio stations scattered throughout the predominately Muslim West African country of Burkina Faso. How can the masses hear the message when only 19% of the population has access to electricity? Answer: SonSet radios.
Wantok Radio Light in Papua New Guinea covers the nation with gospel broadcasts from 31 radio stations. But how can people in isolated communities hear the message? Answer: SonSet radios.
SonSet Solutions is launching the SonSet Radios: Delivering God’s Word initiative to raise funds for 10,000 solar-powered SonSet radios for distribution among these partners and others.
How can you get your church involved? Contact SonSetRadio@SonSetSolutions.org or call (574) 970-4252 for more information.