USAID, 2012 The toolkit will primarily appeal to practitioners who are planning to work through established radio stations or disseminate audio recordings independently of radio (i.e. MP3 players or mobile phones). Interactive Radio is defined here to mean radio that leverages other ICT tools to create a two-way communication exchange between radio stations and listeners. Though developed in the context of Africa, this tool kit is relevant for countries in Asia too. This toolkit available online will guide you through a series of questions that will help you and your team design an interactive radio activity that best suits your own objectives, beneficiaries, and project realities.