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What's the to making health partnerships work for both sides?
What's the to making health partnerships work for both sides

More than a marriage of convenience

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Interested in how to communicate about typhoons, floods and earthquakes? Read our guest blog from UNISDR, tied to the world's foremost gathering on how to prepare for disasters, taking place now in Mexico.
Interested in how to communicate about typhoons floods and earthquakes Read our

3 tips for talking about disasters

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Angela Yulo Ng
Given the troubling global backdrop, World Press Freedom Day arguably needed a name change in 2017.
Given the troubling global backdrop World Press Freedom Day arguably needed a

This year's 'celebration' may not have been very joyous

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Read about how we influenced the ultimate arbiters of pregnancy (mothers-in-law) and household decision-makers (husbands) to improve the health of mothers and babies.
Read about how we influenced the ultimate arbiters of pregnancy mothersinlaw and

Using social ties to make pregnancy safer

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How can media help save lives in emergencies? Our Lifeline production manual is now available in Urdu, Spanish, French, Arabic, Burmese and Nepali: [ Bbc.in Link ]
How can media help save lives in emergencies Our Lifeline production manual
Two years ago today, Sharada’s village in Nepal was destroyed by a cataclysmic earthquake in April 2015. In the aftermath she helped her neighbours rebuild their shattered homes and – with the help of a radio programme – went on to become one of a small number of professional female masons in the country.
Two years ago today Sharadas village in Nepal was destroyed by a

The inspiring young female construction worker helping reconstruct earthquake-hit villages in Nepal.

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Manohar Deepak Shrestha
How do you talk to families about health when they don't understand the word for it?
How do you talk to families about health when they don't understand the word for it

Overcoming unexpected language barriers

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At the height of the Boko Haram insurgency local radio stations stayed on air. Three years on from the Chibok schoolgirls’ kidnapping, Rachael Borlase profiles the female broadcasters in Northern Nigeria proudly telling their own stories: [ Bbc.in Link ]
At the height of the Boko Haram insurgency local radio stations stayed

Bold female voices: broadcasting under the shadow of Boko Haram

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A glimpse into the range of research methods we use to understand the role of mass media in helping improve the health of mothers and their babies across the world. Learn more on our new Global Health Stories website: [ Bbc.in Link ]
75,000 people, 13 countries, 5 years.
Take our new Data Portal for a spin.
75000 people 13 countries 5 years 
Take our new Data Portal for a spin

What do people in the developing world believe, think and feel?

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Why should development organisations care about social media? [ Bbc.in Link ]
Why should development organisations care about social media

Facebook needn’t just reinforce echo chambers

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Christine McAusland
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Top social media tips from Doctor Who help launch new Palestinian youth drama. [ Bbc.in Link ]
Top social media tips from Doctor Who help launch new Palestinian youth drama

Top social media tips for start-up drama

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How our Comic Relief funded radio programme is helping inspire young people to stand-up to crime in Sierra Leone. #rednoseday
How our Comic Relief funded radio programme is helping inspire young people

Sierra Leone: standing up to crime through radio

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What do talk shows in Sierra Leone reveal about how people want to interact with their leaders? (Spoiler: Q&As might not be their favourite format) [ Bbc.in Link ] BBC Media Action Sierra Leone
What do talk shows in Sierra Leone reveal about how people want

An ideal political discussion?

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On the sixth anniversary of the Syrian war, Caroline Nursey, our Executive Director explores how a radio drama is helping people bridge divides in #Syria.
On the sixth anniversary of the Syrian war Caroline Nursey our Executive

A Syrian Drama

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To celebrate International Women’s Day 2017 – we take a closer look at some of the inspirational female characters (past and present) from our TV and radio drama around the world: #beboldforchange
To celebrate International Womens Day 2017 we take a closer look at

Inspirational women and girls in our dramas

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Here’s a lovely new animation about a mum who took in washing to save up enough to send her daughter back to school – made by the creative team behind ‘Our School’ the radio show inspiring families in South Sudan to send their daughters to school – and keep them there.

Real lives, real stories.
#HappyInternationalWomensDay2017
#BeBoldForChange #IWD2017
How can the media amplify women’s voices and challenge the status quo?

#IWD2017 #BeBoldforChange #InternationalWomensDay
"I like the work, and the work likes me". Meet Fatima, a female mechanic in Sierra Leone being #boldforchange. Via BBC Media Action Sierra Leone. #IWD2017
Happy International Women's Day! Today we're highlighting the work of Radio Nargis, a small radio station in Afghanistan run by women for women – providing a platform to discuss women’s rights, health and local news – and training the next generation of young female journalists: journalists.[ Bbc.in Link ] #IWD2017 #beboldforchange
Happy International Womens Day Today were highlighting the work of Radio Nargis
Nusrat Jahan Siddiqui
Majida Hassan Ashour
Sulaiman Buhari