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March 2013

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As part of an observation visit, a group comprising of members of the Board, Vice Presidents and Executive Officers of ACORAB in Nepal visited AIBD in Kuala Lumpur on 5 March 2013.

As part of an observation visit, a group comprising of members of the Board, Vice Presidents and Executive Officers of ACORAB in Nepal visited AIBD in Kuala Lumpur on 5 March 2013.

The visit, the first of its kind, was intended to observe the overall operations at the AIBD Secretariat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The Association of Community Radio Broadcasters – ACORAB in Nepal is an affiliate member of AIBD and has more than 200 Radio stations within the length and breath of Nepal. The group was led by Mr Min Bahadur Shahi, President of ACORAB.

Mr Yang Binyuan, Director, AIBD welcomed Mr Min Bahadur Shahi and his delegation and gave an overview of AIBD’s vision, mission and its objectives. In his welcome remarks he said that “as a unique inter-governmental organization the Institute has a membership of 26 governments and its priority is to provide training and capacity building to its members and affiliates while the Institute’s flagships events other than training were the Asia Media Summit and the AIBD’s General Conference held annually.”

Mr Min Bahadur Shahi presented a souvenir from Nepal to Mr Yang Binyuan as a token of appreciation for the welcome accorded to him and his team from ACORAB.

A UNEP-AIBD workshop trains TV producers from the Asia-Pacific to spread awareness about ozone depletion and climate change. “Why don’t the greenhouse gases escape through the hole in the ozone layer?” asks an average TV viewer in a cartoon that first appeared in a US newspaper a few years ago. That question illustrates the confusion in the minds of many non-specialists across the world.