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  1. The power of making drama out of a crisis

    Pratibha Tuladhar

    Senior Producer/Stakeholder Liaison, BBC Media Action, Nepal

    The power of making drama out of a crisis

    How radio is helping people rebuild their lives after the 2015 Nepal earthquake.

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  2. The Nepalese girl whose story touched thousands

    Bidhya Chapagain

    Presenter

    The Nepalese girl whose story touched thousands

    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.

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  3. A life-saving radio station in the clouds

    Rishika Das Roy

    Senior Project Officer

    A life-saving radio station in the clouds

    How a life-saving radio station in the Himalayas is helping prepare its listeners for potential flooding, earthquakes and landslides.

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  4. Hope: 100 days after the Nepal earthquake

    Bhuwan Timilsina

    Team Leader, Milijuli Nepali, BBC Media Action, Nepal

    Hope: 100 days after the Nepal earthquake

    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.

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  5. Nepal Earthquake: sharing life-saving information during a crisis

    Kirsty Cockburn

    Director of Communications and Fundraising, BBC Media Action

    Nepal Earthquake: sharing life-saving information during a crisis

    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.

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