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  1. Media freedom and rethinking support to independent media

    Caroline Sugg

    Director of Strategy and Partnerships

    Media freedom and rethinking support to independent media

    As the world marks World Press Freedom Day on 3rd May, Caroline Sugg (Director of Strategy and Partnerships) talks about the crisis facing public interest media, what BBC Media Action has done to strengthen media in fragile and developing countries, and what needs to change when it comes to prot...

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. What are the challenges facing young people in East Africa?

    Alasdair Stuart

    Research Manager, BBC Media Action

    What are the challenges facing young people in East Africa?

    Alasdair Stuart shares the challenges faced by young people in Tanzania, Somalia and Kenya and outlines how they themselves think the media can help.

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