702 celebrates World Radio Day
702 is celebrating World Radio Day.
World Radio Day is celebrated on the February 13. It was declared by UNESCO on 3 November 2011.
Thanks to educational radio programs supported by @UNICEF, many kids have been able to keep up with their studies at home amid #COVID19 school closures.— United Nations (@UN) February 13, 2021
More about the role of radio as a source of information, learning & inspiration on #WorldRadioDay: https://t.co/EkuaWEFO0f pic.twitter.com/RqjxgpKR5f
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