There are approximately 200 volunteers that DCFRN relies on to examine material.
DCFRN stories are often picked up by other radio networks because the stories are well researched and entertaining for their listeners.
Feedback from broadcasters and other members of the network assists DCFRN in developing new script topics and different formats to reach their listeners.
Many countries that DCFRN broadcasts to are badly affected by this disease.
DCFRN is also moving into broadcaster education to assist in the development of the scripts and how the message is relayed to the audience.