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April 6, 2017

Pathways to Change: Media, Communication and Health - BBC Media Action

This short film explains the "theory of change" that lies behind BBC Media Action’s health programmes: how they expect media and communication to lead to healthier practices by influencing factors...

April 6, 2017

The Influencers - Bringing about Health Change in Bangladesh and Ethiopia - BBC Media Action

This film shows how BBC Media Action has helped women in two of the countries in which they work, Bangladesh and Ethiopia, to have safer pregnancies and healthier babies. They did this by inspiring...

March 23, 2017

A Bigger Splash - Partnering for Impact: Lessons from BBC Media Action's Work to Improve Maternal and Child Health

"By working with governmental and non-governmental partners, BBC Media Action's content was able to go beyond mass media to reach those without access, spark discussion and deepen the impact of work...

March 23, 2017

Impact Data - Ujan Ganger Naiya and Natoker Pore

Context:Every day in Bangladesh, more than 320 newborn babies die, and women have a 1 in 110 chance of dying during childbirth. Lack of knowledge, social and cultural barriers, and inequitable access...

March 8, 2017

Participatory Communication Strategy to Strengthen Household and Community Leadership for the Reduction of Chronic Malnutrition, Improved Hygiene and Crop Diversification

"The Strategy operates through influential members and decision-makers in homes, the community, and on communication media platforms, establishing bridges of cultural relevance and emphasizing the...

March 7, 2017

Research Programme on Mass Media and Entertainment-Education

The World Bank’s Research Programme on Mass Media and Entertainment-Education, based in the Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation Unit (DIME), was launched in May 2016 to scale up experimental...

March 7, 2017

Experimental Evaluation of MTV Shuga: Changing Social Norms and Behaviours with Entertainment Education

“Results of an experimental evaluation of the MTV Shuga drama offer an encouraging message on the potential to use entertainment education as a development tool.”

March 7, 2017

Experimental Evaluation of MTV Shuga: Changing Social Norms and Behaviours with Entertainment Education

“Results of an experimental evaluation of the MTV Shuga drama offer an encouraging message on the potential to use entertainment education as a development tool.”

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March 6, 2017

Many best wishes. The Communication Initiative and UNICEF New York (...

February 24, 2017

"Now 22 years old with a 3.5-year-old daughter, Lalita lives with her parents and listens avidly to a radio drama, Hilkor ('Ripples in the...

February 22, 2017

"Knowing that tackling child marriage requires transforming the attitudes and behaviours that perpetuate the practice among families and...

February 20, 2017

"Road user behaviour can be improved by road safety campaigns, which in combination with behavioural measures (e.g., law enforcement, education or...

February 17, 2017

This report highlights the key United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) communication for development (C4D) interventions during the response phase...

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