A guest blog by Sarah Bradshaw, Training Manager for BBC Academy International and an experienced BBC radio producer/director, who helped us develop a new radio drama to help change attitudes towards gender-based violence in Bangladesh.
Our Senior Adviser for Resilience and Humanitarian Response shares her ideas on how to advance risk communication - so people understand the risks they face, know how to address them, and take informed actions to manage them effectively.
Radio presenter Eastina Massaquoi nearly died from malaria at the age of 21. Now she is helping to tackle the disease - the cause of 40% of deaths outside of hospitals across the country - with new radio programme Tawa Fo Welbodi (Determined for Health).
Gender roles are often the reason girls drop out of school in South Sudan. Radio show 'Our School' aims to amplify issues and barriers to girls education so they can be discussed and overcome. Our Editor shares an unusual story of a young boy turning the tables on gender stereotypes.
How did one student manage to do her homework in the dark and pass her exams? She shared her solution on radio show 'Our School' to inspire other girls across the country to overcome the challenges they face to stay in school.
What helps - and what stops - people acting to protect themselves against extreme weather events? Our research team share the approach and insight that helped to inform resilience TV programme Amrai Pari.
Our teams in Sierra Leone, Nepal and Bangladesh are currently working with humanitarian and media agencies to deliver vital information to people affected by a series of deadly floods, helping them to survive, cope and recover.