BBC Media Action worked in Liberia to deliver radio programming during the Ebola crisis. A range of media outputs tackled rumour and stigma as well as delivering practical advice to help people to protect their health. Working in partnership with local radio stations enabled the life-saving information to reach those who needed it most across the country.
BBC Media Action also helped raise public awareness, understanding and debate about the processes of international justice by supporting Liberian and Sierra Leonean journalists to report the trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor in The Hague.
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How powerful radio programming helped ensure accurate information about the Ebola virus reached listeners in Liberia.