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Posts (52)

  1. Research Manager, BBC Media Action

    Jo Casserly discovers inspiring stories of how communities are pulling together to make a difference in Nairobi during her recent research training trip to Kenya.

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  2. Head of Research for BBC Media Action, Nigeria

    In Abuja Anu Mohammed is feeling optimistic about evidence that suggests Nigerians’ confidence in the media is growing.

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  3. Finance Officer, BBC Media Action in Afghanistan

    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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  4. Senior Project Manager for BBC Media Action in India

    Aashish Yadav, Senior Project Manager for BBC Media Action in India, reflects on a two year project to prevent bonded labour in rural India. 

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  5. Finance Officer, BBC Media Action in Afghanistan

    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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  6. Presenter of Sajha Sawal (Common Questions) for BBC Media Action in Nepal

    How Nepal's TV and radio debate show Sajha Sawal gave survivors of a devastating landslide the chance to hold authorities to account.

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  7. Senior Production Manager, Kenya and Somalia

    Three writers, four episodes, ten days: how Somalia’s first interactive radio drama was born. 

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  8. Presenter of Sajha Sawal (Common Questions) for BBC Media Action in Nepal

    The latest episode of Nepal's debate show Sajha Sawal was a particularly moving and powerful one, says the show’s first female presenter Bidhya Chapagain.

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  9. Producer, BBC Afghan Service and presenter, Open Jirga

    Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani took tough questions from an audience from across Afghanistan on the latest episode of TV debate show Open Jirga.

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  10. Director, Policy and Learning

    A proposal from our Director of Policy and Learning, James Deane on how access to independent media in a post-2015 framework could be measured.

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