Tagged with: Somalia

5 posts about Somalia on this blog

  1. Life into art

    Wednesday 27 February 2013, 13:47

    John Tuckey John Tuckey Freelance trainer and editorial consultant

    How a writer's real experience breathes life into a Somali drama aiming to reduce illness and deaths among mothers and babies. Freelance trainer and consultant John Tuckey blogs.

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  2. Character building

    Monday 18 February 2013, 12:58

    John Tuckey John Tuckey Freelance trainer and editorial consultant

    How one character in a Somali radio drama about mother and child health was born. Freelance editorial consultant John Tuckey blogs.

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  3. Drama queen

    Friday 18 January 2013, 14:14

    John Tuckey John Tuckey Freelance trainer and editorial consultant

    How the bad advice of a flamboyant fortune teller called Ebla, in a radio soap in Somalia, helps save the lives of babies and mothers. By BBC Media Action's trainer John Tucky. 

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  4. A gift from Allah

    Thursday 6 December 2012, 16:19

    Barkhad Kaariye Barkhad Kaariye Production Assistant, BBC Media Action in Somalia

    A very personal story from BBC Media Action's production assistant in Somalia about the vital need for information about maternal and child health.

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  5. From Bush House to Hargeisa

    Friday 2 March 2012, 19:28

    Kirsty Cockburn Kirsty Cockburn Director of Communications and Fundraising, BBC Media Action

    Recent 80th anniversary events for BBC World Service underline our partnerships with several of the language services. In Somalia it’s a collaboration that provides a vital radio link for the people.

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