Capacity building for UNICEF CR groups Year: 2007 - ongoing Supported by: UNICEF - India Since 2007, Ideosync has been the technical support agency responsible for the training and establishment of UNICEF supported community radio stations in Lalitpur (UP), Shivpuri (MP), Koraput (Odisha) and Dibrugarh  (Assam). Ideosync has selected and trained the community teams in scripting, planning and producing radio programmes; and designed the studios and installed the equipment at all the locations. Lalit Lokvani, the CRS in Lalitpur, went on air in September2010; followed by Radio Dhadkan, the CRS in Shivpuri, in October 2010. The other two stations are likely to be on air in late 2011. For images of the two inaugurations, click here.   © Ideosync Media Combine 2011/ Best Viewed at 1650 x 1050 or higher Participatory communication & capacity building Go to page  Community Media & Community Radio AASHA & the Innovative Approaches to RSH for Young People project Year: 2006 - 08 Supported by: RCSHA/DFID-India In 2006, RCSHA supported Ideosync to train NGOs in Kanpur and Bhopal in innovative approaches to discussing RSH with adolescents, using the Growing Up/Badhte Hum/Time of Our Lives modules as a core around which interventions could be developed. The training workshop process eventually led to the creation of the Applied Adolescent Sexual Health Awareness (AASHA) project, where the most innvative concepts proposed were operationalized as trial interventions in both states.   Talking about sexuality to young people Year: 2005 - 06 Supported by: NFI/Packard Foundation In 2005, the National Foundation for India supported Ideosync to train six fied level partners from Biharand Jharkhand in communication fr devepment, and in developing innovative approaches to discussing adolescent sexuality with young people. The year-long training process included an integral monitoring process, with Ideosync trainers closely handholding