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The potential of reforming state broadcasters in divided societies: advancing an unfashionable argument
Director, Policy and Learning
BBC Media Action’s Director of Policy and Learning argues for an urgent rethinking of what is often considered a relic of the past - the state broadcaster - to encourage discussion, dialogue and understanding across communities in fragile states.
Apune Jacob Alfred
Researcher, BBC Media Action in South Sudan
For this year’s International Day of the Girl Child, our researcher Apune Jacob Alfred blogs about the bright, ambitious teenage girls he met in western South Sudan.
In a country where only one in ten girls complete primary education, Trish Doherty looks at how a BBC Media Action radio programme is helping more girls stay in school in South Sudan.
Angela Githitho Muriithi
Country Director, BBC Media Action
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.
Governance Adviser, 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.
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.
Kavita Abraham Dowsing and Leonie Hoijtink
Director, Research and Learning and Quantitative Research Officer, BBC Media Action
The initial findings of a potentially ground-breaking randomised control trial are exciting. But our researchers at BBC Media Action would like to know more.
Research Manager, BBC Media Action
BBC Media Action's latest research found that women’s lack of power is a consistent barrier to improve women's health in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, South Sudan and India.
Senior Production Manager, Kenya and Somalia
As Kenya’s TV and radio debate programme Sema Kenya returns for its third season, new research explores the show’s role in Kenya’s latest elections – and identifies its positive effect, says production manager Jackie Christie.
Senior Research Officer, BBC Media Action in Nigeria
Instead of feeling helpless, listeners to BBC Media Action programmes are beginning to appreciate their own role in making a better Nigeria, says researcher Abosede Olowoyeye in Abuja.