Blog posts by year and month August 2012

Posts (9)

  1. Alpha Kamara on how BBC Media Action is helping radio stations across Sierra Leone with their response to the cholera outbreak.

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  2. As Nepal’s debate show Sajha Sawal celebrates its 250th episode, its presenter Narayan Shrestha remembers how the programme helped to reunite a father with his son.

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  3. This World Humanitarian Day, BBC Media Action's James Deane explains how a boom in communication technology in the developing world is changing how communities respond to crisis.

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  4. The 17-year-old presenter of Cambodia’s youth programme Loy9 on the importance of empowering her peers to participate in public life.

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  5. Siddhartha Swarup,  Deputy Country Director of India, on how BBC Media Action's innovative 360 degree communication mix aims to reduce maternal and infant mortality in the Indian state of Bihar by 40%.

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  6. Radharani Mitra, National Creative Director and Executive Producer in India for BBC Media Action, on how insight and innovation is behind an ambitious project to improve family health in one of India’s poorest states.

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  7. Yvonne MacPherson highlights a lack of focus on awareness and communication in the global response to HIV and AIDS.

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  8. Why one man’s boat and his struggles to earn a living show the importance of Tok Bot Salone, a new question and answer show in Sierra Leone.

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  9. After attending the 19th International AIDS Conference in Washington DC, BBC Media Action’s Yvonne McPherson reflects on the importance of communications in HIV and Aids programming, and how creative approaches can bring crucial health information to millions.

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