A survey exploring how Cambodians are living with climate change, the most effective ways to help people adapt and how media and communication can provide support.
This paper evaluates our project supporting humanitarian and media agencies and how they communicate and engage with Rohingya people living in camps in Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh.
This report looks at the work BBC Media Action undertook as part of a five-year, DFID-funded programme to improve accountability in Afghanistan.
Research report: Improving reproductive, maternal and newborn health using health communication in Ethiopia
BBC Media Action (funded by a Global Grant from the UK's Department for International Development) embarked on a project that aimed to improve reproductive, maternal and child health in Ethiopia. This report evaluates the impact of the project over five years.
We evaluate the impact of radio in supporting improved reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health (RMNCH) in South Sudan,
Our research briefing describes the process behind the creation of our innovative multi-media project Khan Sar Kyi (Feel it!).
This briefing looks at the role radio can play in helping people manage their money effectively in Myanmar, and how audience research and adapting programming are important to achieving impact in this area. Find out more in our latest research.
How can a radio drama support audiences in Myanmar to understand, and be more accepting towards, greater religious and ethnic diversity? Learn more in our latest research briefing.
To inform the development of a new radio drama for Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar, we carried out a small-scale qualitative research study that sought to understand more about Rohingya men and womens’ understanding and attitudes towards child marriage, intimate partner violence, sexual exploitation and abuse.
This research working paper shares interesting data and learning from our global governance research programme.
This working paper explores what evidence the media for development sector uses in practice and highlights what is needed to move its evidence base forward.
This paper outlines the distinctive research approach BBC Media Action took in the largest ever research study into public understanding of climate change in Asia.
This briefing introduces BBC Media Action's approach to accountability, with particular focus on empowering individuals to play a role in holding those in power to account.
This research explores media consumption habits and the role of media to improve dialogue between Iraqis, local and central government and security forces.
Case study: Radio Waves and Zambia Speaks! How support to local radio stations can empower social change
Read about our support to 15 local radio stations across Zambia and how they are covering local governance issues and improving government service delivering including education, sanitation and access to water - through radio programming.
Research summary: Can a m-health app help improve community health workers’ communication skills in Bangladesh?
A summary outlining results from developing a mobile app for community health workers (CHWs) to communicate better with their clients in urban slums.
A summary outlining results from a mixed methods evaluation into our transmedia project in India, AdhaFULL.
A research summary presenting findings from our girls' education project in South Sudan. Published October 2018.