23 posts about Resilience and humanitarian response on this blog
Thursday 20 November 2014, 18:10
Our radio presenters in Sierra Leone are telling their own family members live on air not to attend their funerals should they die of Ebola. Kick out Ebola Live presenter Bisi Olu-Garrick explains why.
Friday 14 November 2014, 11:28
With schools and gathering places out of bounds in Ebola-affected areas, the role of radio is more important than ever, says Caroline Nursey.
Tuesday 4 November 2014, 12:43
Caroline Nursey on our work on the Ebola crisis, and the challenges of sharing information within the countries affected and beyond.
Tuesday 28 October 2014, 10:28
BBC Media Action's director of communications and fundraising on building support for our work across the BBC.
Friday 24 October 2014, 11:24
How BBC Media Action in Sierra Leone is using media during the Ebola crisis, and working to counteract the stigmatisation of survivors.
Tuesday 9 September 2014, 12:48
How Nepal's TV and radio debate show Sajha Sawal gave survivors of a devastating landslide the chance to hold authorities to account.
Friday 29 August 2014, 14:23
A 30-minute weekly radio programme and BBC World Service updates are tackling dangerous rumours about Ebola and providing life-saving information in Sierra Leone.
Thursday 14 August 2014, 10:07
Three women in labour were rescued from flash floods in west Nepal thanks to a station manager trained by BBC Media Action, says Bhuwan Timilsina.
Friday 20 June 2014, 14:03
Great sound, simple language and one core message: key lessons from our recent training for partner radio stations in South Sudan. BBC Media Action's Cassie Biggs blogs from Juba.
Friday 24 January 2014, 11:11
Tuesday 7 January 2014, 16:51
Manyang David Mayar, BBC Media Action's producer on a project supporting girls’ education, on how the current conflict in South Sudan is affecting the students he’s met.
Friday 15 November 2013, 14:33
As the Climate Asia team head to the Warsaw Climate Change Conference, BBC Media Action's Tan Copsey blogs about how the project’s findings about how people in Asia are living with climate change is already proving valuable.
Thursday 24 October 2013, 17:34
BBC Media Action's Joyce Nyaboga on how a hands-on demo at a recent Nairobi event showed how to develop two-way communication with communities during a humanitarian crisis.
Wednesday 23 October 2013, 15:55
BBC Media Action's Rishika Das Roy on how villagers in rural Odisha used a toolkit from the Climate Asia project to help them to respond to climate change.
Friday 27 September 2013, 14:59
BBC Media Action's Sabina Pradhan in Nepal remembers one particular village she visited for Climate Asia, the largest survey into people’s understanding of climate change in Asia.
Friday 20 September 2013, 16:25
Wednesday 24 April 2013, 12:38
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.
Tuesday 5 February 2013, 14:32
Jitendra Raut, BBC Nepali’s senior producer, on what he learned from BBC Media Action training in Nepal about how lifeline programming can save lives.
Monday 12 November 2012, 16:01
BBC Media Action’s Director of Policy and Learning on using new media and technology to help people hold authorities to account, access life-saving health information and respond to crises.
Friday 9 November 2012, 16:11
How a question from his four-year-old daughter gave BBC Media Action’s humanitarian lead in Nepal a new way of thinking about his work helping radio stations prepare for deadly earthquakes.
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