Integrated Community Development International (ICDI) in Boali, Central African Republic, officially began broadcasting the gospel via shortwave with help from HCJB Global Voice. This is the country’s first privately-owned shortwave station, making Christian broadcasts available to most of the country’s 3.5 million people. ICDI plan to use the radio broadcasts to help disseminate community health information and to spread the gospel. The station, broadcasting at 6030 kHz, airs eight hours daily with programming in French and three African languages, Sango, Aka and Fulfuldé. (ASSIST News Service)