Violence against women and girls is common in Nicaragua, particularly for Indigenous women who often live in remote areas. In June 2016, the “Voices of the Women of Wangki Tangni” project established the first radio station to focus on women’s rights in the North Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua. The project targets more than 63 communities in the region. The “communicadoras” or radio hosts are providing consistent information on women’s rights, human rights and Indigenous concepts of peaceful living. The station is the region’s only one to air programmes in the local Miskito language. Photo credit: UN Trust Fund/Mildred Garcia