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  1. BBC Media Action's Md. Ehsanul Haque Tamal in Bangladesh on how conversations in Dhaka's Korail slum have helped to shape Asia's biggest ever survey about climate change. 

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  2. Abdurrasul Pamiri travelled for eight days – on foot, by horse and by car – to get his voice heard on our TV and radio debate show in Afghanistan.

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  3. Whether it's story-telling through drama or adverts, through phone-ins or debate, creativity is required in our work supporting women and girls.

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  4. Lizz Frost Yocum reflects on the changes in Burma/Myanmar and the findings of our new survey on youth and media in the country.

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  5. Angela Githitho Muriithi, presents new BBC Media Action research showing how a radio drama – which used the death of a fictional baby to save real babies’ lives – is improving child health and nutrition in Somalia.

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  6. BBC Media Action's Anna Godfrey on how the research team is working to close the gap between researchers, media practitioners and academics.

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  7. Carly Griggs presents the research behind Radio for Resilience, a BBC Media Action project helping communities in Tanzania become more resilient to changing weather patterns.

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  8. How talking about cows and goats has turned out to be surprisingly useful in getting across the message about breastfeeding in South Sudan. Sulkakshana Gupta blogs.

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  9. How a shocking image motivated Tom Hannen to make an immersive film for mobile phones about the dangerous journeys undertaken by refugees.

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  10. Hoda Hersi tells the story of Abaas, from Mogadishu whose life was transformed after listening to a radio drama storyline about migration.

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  11. BBC Media Action's Chair and BBC Global News Director Peter Horrocks on how a radio programme is inspiring life-changing debate amongst families in the villages of Bihar, northern India.

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  12. Women in Bangladesh tend to see political debate as "men’s business" but the female viewers of BBC Sanglap are an exception.

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  13. Talking about their bodies can be a taboo for young people in Bangladesh. A new series of interactive computer games – accessible in 350 schools – are helping them learn about growing up in a safe and fun environment.

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  14. Tony Howson, BBC Media Action's senior trainer, on watching how the Ukrainian journalists he worked with have been covering the current crisis.

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  15. We recount a nerve-racking 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.

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  16. On the eve of a trip to South Sudan Genevieve Hutchinson considers some of the key factors affecting maternal and child health in the world's newest nation.

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  17. Simple steps can help eradicate polio for good. Our senior researcher explains how a radio show helped inform a family in Somalia about polio – and how to prevent it.

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