BBC Media Action is producing radio programmes to help communities resolve conflict as well as encouraging access to quality education for girls in South Sudan. The programmes are coupled with training for local language stations and partner organisations.
All South Sudan projects
A radio show named after a traditional mud house aims to improve reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health.
A radio and outreach project aims to raise awareness of the importance of education for girls in South Sudan.
Throughout 2010 and 2011 BBC Media Action supported over 200 journalists to report on events in the lead-up to South Sudan's referendum on independence in an accurate and balanced way.
A radio drama based in a rural village explores what people can do to stop the preventable deaths of mother and babies in the country with the highest maternal mortality rate in the world.
Latest South Sudan publications and resources
A research summary presenting findings from our girls' education project in South Sudan. Published October 2018.
A research summary presenting findings from our girls' education project in South Sudan.
We evaluate the impact of radio in supporting improved reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health (RMNCH) in South Sudan,
This report is one of a series of case studies examining support to, and development of, the media in countries where media freedoms and rights to information and communication are restricted.
Summary of research findings about the information and support women and families need to keep them and their babies safe, prepared to inform radio programming. Published in August 2012.