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To coincide with World Humanitarian Day, BBC Media Action has launched a new humanitarian microsite, sharing data from six humanitarian evaluations to build the evidence base on how media can help people affected by crises.
Senior Producer/Stakeholder Liaison, BBC Media Action, Nepal
How radio is helping people rebuild their lives after the 2015 Nepal earthquake.
Bidhya Chapagain, presenter of Sajha Sawal (Common Questions) – a weekly debate show broadcast across Nepal on TV and radio – writes a letter to Ujeli, a 15 year old girl she got to know while visiting earthquake survivors in the remote village of Kafle Dande.
Project Manager, BBC Media Action, Nepal
In the 100 days after the Nepal earthquake, we look back on the days leading up to the creation of a life-saving radio show – and its vital work to provide practical information to people in need.
Director of Communications and Fundraising, BBC Media Action
Kirsty Cockburn was working in Nepal when the 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck. Within a few hours of the disaster, BBC Media Action’s team in Nepal were working with BBC World Service’s Nepali Service to broadcast life-saving information. Kirsty reflects on her experience of the weekend's events.