- To date, more than 75 youth leaders better understand the nuances of disinformation and how information consumption affects youth behaviors and attitudes.
- Youth leaders produced and broadcasted 15 radio programs on five radio stations using positive alternative narratives, reaching thousands of people. The programs have discussed key issues such as gender equality, youth employment, stereotypical misconceptions, hate speech, and youth political participation.
- Youth-created radio programs were on average 30% more accurate and relevant than before participation in Esm3ni. Youth also increased their technical proficiency by 46% and were 91% more creative than before.
- Faculty and civil society leaders showed a 92% improvement in learner-centered training skills and a 64% improvement in curriculum knowledge.