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BBC Media Action
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New resources for journalists and aid workers: use media to help save lives : [ Bbc.in Link ]
BBC Media Action
12/05/2016 at 17:26. Facebook
Learn how communication can help save lives. NEW media resources for journalists and aid workers to help people affected by humanitarian crises: [ Bbc.in Link ]
BBC Media Action
12/02/2016 at 15:27. Facebook
We'll be helping make the internet less sexist from our offices across the world on 8th December 2016 - here's how you can too. #100womenwiki
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12/02/2016 at 11:42. Facebook
LIVE: Sajha Sawal (Common Questions), a Question Time-style political debate show, debates female success with actress Deepa Shree Niraula and the show's presenter, Bidhya Chapagain. #100women
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12/02/2016 at 09:14. Facebook
Meet Kakalliya, the rapping granny! Here's how her hip-hop advice on radio show, YA TAKE NE is helping improve the health of mothers and babies in northern Nigeria.

Kakalliya: The rapping granny

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11/30/2016 at 14:56. Facebook
Mannequin Challenge! Actors, directors and producers provide a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the Hay el Matar (Airport District) studio - a radio drama helping bridge divides and help people deal with the pressures of prolonged conflict in Syria. Read more about the project in our blog: [ Bbc.in Link ] #MannequinChallenge
Bangladesh is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. In addition to frequent cyclones and drought, large areas of the country are at risk of earthquakes.

With densely populated cities, even a relatively small earthquake could have catastrophic consequences. Amrai Pari (Together We Can Do It) is harnessing the power of animation to help people be better prepared.

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A very clever way of using media to learn in the modern age - through Skype!

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100 Women 2016: The girl who learned in the cloud - BBC News

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Girls in South Sudan are less likely than boys to start school and more likely to drop out. Our radio producer visits her former school to find out if educational aspiration for girls is improving. #100women

Our Girls, Our Future

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The BBC's 100 Women 2016 list is out! But who is on it? Find out: [ Bbc.in Link ]

#100women
What makes for successful health communication? Our latest blog offers five tips from experts at top research institutions and aid agencies.

Without strong communication, we are not going to achieve global health goals

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Somalia: one of the toughest places to give birth in the world. A tribute to Amran Mahad: [ Bbc.in Link ]
We asked 23,000 people in 7 countries about their political activities, ranging from voting to protesting. What did we learn?

Media, participation and social inclusion: what are the links?

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How can communication help improve people's health? Join the discussion live on YouTube today between 9:00 - 10:30 GMT: [ Trib.al Link ]
One week to go until BBC’s Global Health Correspondent, Tulip Mazumdar leads a panel of experts from leading organisations including LHSTM, USAID, WHO and Wellcome Trust to discuss harnessing the power of media and communication to tackle the world’s biggest public health issues. Sign-up to watch the discussion LIVE between 9:00 - 10:30 GMT, Thursday 10 November 2016: [ Trib.al Link ]
We recount a nerve-racking (yet rewarding) visit to Myanmar’s ethnically diverse Kayin State as it recovers from years of conflict, to give young people a rare chance to voice their opinions and question their leaders: [ Bbc.in Link ]
A new radio drama is helping improve people’s health in Ethiopia by drawing attention to the harmful effects of traditional ways of cooking, heating and lighting homes: [ Bbc.in Link ]
Afghanistan is one of the few places in the world where polio still exists. Can a humble radio show help end polio for good? [ Bbc.in Link ]
Why we chose “real people” instead of actors to feature in our Public Service Announcements (PSAs), TV adverts sharing simple solutions to prepare for cyclones, flooding and drought.

Watch or read more here: [ Bbc.in Link ] #IDDR2016