Tagged with: BBC Media Action
Senior Trainer, BBC Media Action
Myanmar is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. An innovative training scheme brings journalists and aid organisations together in a bid to improve communication during a humanitarian crisis.
Director, BBC Media Action, Palestinian Territories
Walid Batrawi explains how one retired BBC Breakfast sofa found a new home in the Palestinian Territories with BBC Media Action, the BBC’s international development charity.
Scriptwriter, BBC Media Action
Hitching a lift on humanitarian planes – just one of the ways BBC Media Action’s radio drama gets to remote radio station partners in South Sudan. Scriptwriter Winnie Jaguru takes us on a journey to a broadcast in South Sudan.
Presenter, BBC World News
BBC World News presenter, Babita Sharma shares her experience training young TV presenters in Cambodia for BBC Media Action, the BBC’s international development charity.
Director of Communications and Fundraising, BBC Media Action
Kirsty Cockburn, Director of Communications and Fundraising describes the earthquake’s devastating impact on her colleagues and the people of Nepal, and BBC Media Action’s work using radio to save lives.
Midwifery Advisor, Call The Midwife
Midwifery advisor Terri Coates swaps Call the Midwife for Ujan Ganger Naiya when she travels to Bangladesh to work with BBC Media Action.
Director, BBC Global News
BBC World Service Group Director Peter Horrocks explains how the BBC World Service and BBC Media Action are helping to counter misinformation about Ebola with special updates broadcast on the BBC's Africa, English, French and Hausa services.
Executive Director, BBC Media Action
BBC Media Action reaches over 200 million people worldwide using a variety of media and communication to improve health, reduce poverty and support people in understanding their rights in 28 countries around the world. Caroline Nursey is the Executive Director of BBC Media Action.
Senior Production Manager, Kenya and Somalia
Producer of weekly debate programme Sema Kenya (Kenya Speaks), describes the compelling episode that brought together survivors of the attack on a shopping mall in Nairobi.