Conveying issues of health importance as well as knowledge about wellness-related projects is done through Keystone’s community newspaper (Semaii Sudhi) and community radio (Radio Kotagiri). Articles and programmes in both these mediums document traditional heeling systems and make that knowledge available to younger generations, through involving representatives of local communities.  The newspaper carries news related to health status, birth, death, traditional festivals, conflicts, and agriculture, while the radio-team has trained local women in conceptualizing and producing radio programmes.

The staff also give young people the opportunity to call the radio and ask questions related to health and wellbeing, increasing its use as a resource for the local community.