In Bangladesh, our work includes:
- TV drama Ujan Ganger Naiya (Swimming Against The Tide), Public Service Annoucements (PSAs) and outreach work which aim to improve family health
- A TV reality show Amrai Pari (Together We Can Do It) which aims to build communities' resilience to disasters
- Lifeline programming in response to emergencies such as cyclones
We’re supporting local radio partners to produce a dedicated Lifeline radio programme for Rohingya people and host communities in living in Cox’s Bazar.
A major multiplatform educational project aimed to raise the English language skills of 25 million Bangladeshis.
Engaging a young people with a range of social and health related topics through a weekly radio show radio Dosh Unisher Mor (Crossroads at 10 to 19).
Through a major TV drama series, a radio magazine show, public service announcements and communication skills training for community health workers.
BBC Media Action and its partners are helping the public prepare better for future disasters as well as providing timely, accurate and useful information in times of crisis.
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.
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.