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  1. 5 steps to enable health workers to better meet the needs of hard-to-reach communities

    Genevieve Hutchinson and Emebet Wuhib-Mutungi

    Senior Health Advisors, Advisory and Policy

    5 steps to enable health workers to better meet the needs of hard-to-reach communities

    As World Health Day approaches, and as we look towards the first-ever UN High-Level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage later this year, we’re sharing insights from BBC Media Action’s work to help health workers and communities work better together to build a healthier world.

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  2. How we attracted women to our shows

    Anu Mohammed

    Head of research and learning, BBC Media Action, Nigeria

    How we attracted women to our shows

    We wanted our radio shows about governance in Nigeria to appeal to women and girls – so we asked women in five states to help us make improvements.

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  3. The rise of edutainment: taking stock of the evidence

    Sonia Whitehead

    Head of Research Programmes, BBC Media Action

    The rise of edutainment: taking stock of the evidence

    What have evaluations proven about the value of drama and why should the global development community care about media that informs while it entertains?

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  4. Five questions our data portal can help answer

    Sonia Whitehead

    Head of Research Programmes, BBC Media Action

    Five questions our data portal can help answer

    There's a lack of data on what ordinary people think, feel and want in developing countries. Our new Data Portal aims to help fix that.

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