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670 2014-08-04 The Drum Beat 670 - Family Tree of Theories, Methodologies and Strategies in Development Communication
669 2014-07-22 The Drum Beat 669 - Introducing and Welcoming CI Associates
668 2014-07-10 The Drum Beat 668 - A Brief Chronology of a Polio Communication Research Initiative
667 2014-07-07 The Drum Beat 667 - Putting the Audience at the Centre of Research
666 2014-05-29 The Drum Beat 666 - Journalists and Crisis: Strategies and Resources
665 2014-05-20 The Drum Beat 665 - The Future of ICTs for Agriculture
664 2014-05-12 The Drum Beat 664 - Polio Communication: Accomplishments, Challenges, Plans
663 2014-04-23 The Drum Beat 663 - Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3)
662 2014-04-11 The Drum Beat 662 - Communication and Change News and Issues
661 2014-03-13 The Drum Beat 661 - Recent Polio Communication Action and Strategy
660 2014-03-10 The Drum Beat 660 - Thanking and Seeking CI Associates
659 2014-02-12 The Drum Beat 659 - Media to Empower and Advocate for Health
658 2014-02-05 The Drum Beat 658 - Communication and Change News and Issues
657 2014-01-30 The Drum Beat 657 - Early Childhood Development Initiatives, Impact
656 2014-01-14 The Drum Beat 656 - Communication and Change News and Issues
655 2013-12-04 The Drum Beat 655 - SBCC and Health Communication
654 2013-11-25 The Drum Beat 654 - Communication and Change News and Issues
653 2013-11-15 The Drum Beat 653 - Adolescent Economic Empowerment
652 2013-11-14 The Drum Beat 652 - Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights in Southern Africa
651 2013-10-31 The Drum Beat 651 - Thanking and Seeking CI Associates
650 2013-10-18 The Drum Beat 650 - Communication and Change News and Issues
649 2013-09-24 The Drum Beat 649 - Blogs: Policy Analysis and Insight from the Network
648 2013-08-23 The Drum Beat 648 - Communication and Change News and Issues
647 2013-08-19 The Drum Beat 647 - Key Choices for the Polio End-Game
646 2013-08-08 The Drum Beat 646 - Communication and Change News and Issues
645 2013-07-22 The Drum Beat - 645 - Health, Rights, Media
644 2013-07-19 The Drum Beat 644 - Communication and Change News and Issues
643 2013-06-24 The Drum Beat 643 - Building a Communication Programme to Match the Polio Endgame Strategic Plan
642 2013-06-10 The Drum Beat 642 - Entertainment-Education to End Violence Against Women
641 2013-05-29 The Drum Beat 641 - HIV/AIDS, Young People and Research
640 2013-05-21 The Drum Beat 640 - Communication and Change News and Issues
639 2013-04-25 The Drum Beat 639 - Polio Communication Review Strategies & Themes
638 2013-04-23 The Drum Beat 638 - Communication and Change News and Issues
637 2013-04-03 The Drum Beat 637 - Climate Change Communication
636 2013-03-21 The Drum Beat 636 - Communication and Change News and Issues
635 2013-03-12 The Drum Beat 635 - Adolescent Development
634 2013-02-21 The Drum Beat 634 - Polio Communication
633 2013-02-12 The Drum Beat 633 - Communication and Change News and Issues
632 2013-02-04 The Drum Beat 632 - Public Engagement with Science
631 2013-01-08 The Drum Beat 631 - Early Child Development through Media Knowledge
630 2013-01-07 The Drum Beat 630 - Communication and Change News and Issues
629 2012-12-13 The Drum Beat 629 - Youth Programming in the Arab States/MENA Region
628 2012-12-04 The Drum Beat 628 - Communication for Early Childhood Development
627 2012-11-27 The Drum Beat 627 - Communication and Change News and Issues
626 2012-11-23 The Drum Beat - 626 - Why Poverty?
625 2012-11-01 The Drum Beat 625 - CI Associates
624 2012-10-23 The Drum Beat 624 - Communication and Change News and Issues
623 2012-10-11 The Drum Beat 623 - Communicating for Rural Women's Progress
622 2012-09-20 The Drum Beat 622 - Communication and Change News and Issues
621 2012-09-04 The Drum Beat 621 - Art for Public Health Communication

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Author: Jackie Christie, August 29 2014 - The assignments I take on for BBC Media Action sometimes take my breath away. Take my most recent project, for example: travel to the Horn of Africa and facilitate the creation of a 24-episode radio drama, I was told.

"The digitally literate women can bring about a lot of change in culture, thinking and social welfare."

Through collaboration between Google and the Digital Empowerment Foundation DEF, amongst other partners (see below),  with training through Community Information Resource Center (CIRC) of women, adolescent girls, and "dropout"...

Helping Women Get Online (HWGO) is a website, YouTube video channel ,and training project (see Related Summaries below) aimed to increase knowledge and access of Indian women to information and communication technology (ICT) usage through the internet and a telephone hotline.

The website includes a step-by-step guide, covering, for...

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"The digitally literate women can bring about a lot of change in culture, thinking and social welfare."

Through collaboration between Google and the Digital Empowerment Foundation DEF, amongst other partners (see below),  with training through Community Information Resource Center (CIRC) of women, adolescent girls, and "dropout"...

This BBC Media Action programme provides vulnerable communities with information on emergency services and advice on living amidst disaster and working towards recovery. It is a two-way communication programme, also aiming to give affected people "the opportunity to voice their concerns, express their needs, share their stories and hold...

This art exhibit by María María Acha-Kutscher is one of the projects of the Power section of the online exhibition: Imagining Equality, launched by International Museum of Women. The presentation of  María María'...

"Hundreds of Pakistani labourers have been shown a short film that hopes to show them the importance of polio vaccinations."

Image Nation Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emerites (UAE), developed a film- and radio-based campaign running from June to September 2014 in an effort to create strong awareness about polio and polio vaccination...

"Child health records help ensure every child receives the vaccines they need to live a healthy and productive life. However, many health records are lost or destroyed, not accurately maintained, or are simply too confusing to read."

This 3-year programme aims to engage marginalised children and youth in their rights to health and education services in 8 countries: Afghanistan, Georgia, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan, Tanzania, and Viet Nam. Activities in each country are tailored to the specific contexts and conditions children and young people experience, but all come...

Produced by Internews Humanitarian Information Service in South Sudan, Boda Boda Talk Talk (BBTT) is a recorded audio service which seeks to provide life-saving and life-enhancing information to people displaced by the conflict at two of the United Nations Missions in Sudan South (UNMISS) Protection of Civilians sites in Juba. The BBTT...

"The open data movement holds out the promise of improving transparency, accountability, citizen participation and economic opportunity across developing countries...Nevertheless, it is not yet clear if open data initiatives are truly delivering on their promises."

"From a governance and policy angle, youth is certainly a most crucial and critical phase of life. It implies a new social generation which needs to be integrated into society as citizens, knowing about their rights and duties."

Give Stigma the Index Finger project, running from 2011 to 2014 in Mozambique, Ethiopia, and Swaziland, aims to increase understanding of HIV stigma by empowering men and women living with HIV to take an active part in research and resulting advocacy on HIV stigma. There are various components to this project which include a stigma measurement...

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Strategic Thinking

This study on information and communication technologies (ICTs), such as mobile phones, computers, and the internet, examines the ways in which these tools can contribute to child-focused development goals. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Office of Research - Innocenti initiated the study in collaboration with the...

"As the newly elected government establishes itself, it is critical that the national commitment to achieving polio eradication is maintained at the highest level."

"The Technical Advisory Group on Polio Eradication for Pakistan (TAG) conducted a meeting on 2-3 June 2014, during a time when the Pakistan programme is at a 'critical crossroads'....In the four months preceding the meeting, 86% of global polio cases were in Pakistan."

From the World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Office...

"All over the world, irrespective of income levels, class or culture, children are faced with violence and abuse in schools.... In fact, child helplines worldwide receive an average of ten contacts per day, every day, about violence and abuse."

"Today more than ever smallholders and rural communities require access to information and communication to make their voices heard and change their lives for the better. Communication for Development [ComDev] facilitates dialogue and collaborative action, combining participatory methods with communication tools ranging from community media...

"[W]hile technology has the potential to amplify citizens' voices, it must be accompanied by clear political goals and other factors to increase their clout."

Drawing upon case studies from 9 programmes around the world and a citizen participation theory of change, this case study from the United States (US)-based National...

"Public health decision-making requires knowledge of not just whether something works under particular circumstances but also how, when, and why for broad application."

"Awareness of the legalities of child marriage - it's outlawed in most countries around the world - has little bearing on behaviour because customary laws, social norms and poverty-driven economic needs often trump national policies and legislation."

"Mobilization around the problem of child marriage has been very successful. A shared vision and narrative of the promising or successful program examples at all levels will help drive resources toward programs and research that will contribute to ending child marriage."

"This working paper is designed to identify what evidence is being used in practice and to highlight what is now needed to move the media for development evidence base forward. It aims to be used as the start of a sectorial conversation to inform an 'evidence agenda' for media for development."

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"The digitally literate women can bring about a lot of change in culture, thinking and social welfare."

Through collaboration between Google and the Digital Empowerment Foundation DEF, amongst other partners (see below),  with training through Community Information Resource Center (CIRC) of women, adolescent girls, and "dropout"...

Helping Women Get Online (HWGO) is a website, YouTube video channel ,and training project (see Related Summaries below) aimed to increase knowledge and access of Indian women to information and communication technology (ICT) usage through the internet and a telephone hotline.

The website includes a step-by-step guide, covering, for...

Because of the need to scale up mHealth initiatives, especially in maternal health, the Maternal Health Task Force held a technical meeting in April 2014 to gain insight into the idea of adequate evidence, the importance of evidence, and persistent gaps in evidence related to mHealth. This blog reports on some of the presentations, others are...

This study on information and communication technologies (ICTs), such as mobile phones, computers, and the internet, examines the ways in which these tools can contribute to child-focused development goals. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Office of Research - Innocenti initiated the study in collaboration with the...

"Today more than ever smallholders and rural communities require access to information and communication to make their voices heard and change their lives for the better. Communication for Development [ComDev] facilitates dialogue and collaborative action, combining participatory methods with communication tools ranging from community media...

"[W]hile technology has the potential to amplify citizens' voices, it must be accompanied by clear political goals and other factors to increase their clout."

Drawing upon case studies from 9 programmes around the world and a citizen participation theory of change, this case study from the United States (US)-based National...

"...[T]he media children use can have a profound impact - both positive and negative - on learning, social development, and behavior. The only way to maximize the positive impact of media on children is to have an accurate understanding of the role it plays in their lives: which platforms they are using, the activities or content they are...

Author: Margaret Miller, cross-posted from The World Bank website, August 22 2014 - In the wake of the current Ebola crisis, the 2011 movie Contagion (See the trailer here) directed by Steven Soderbergh has repeatedly been cited as one of...

This video explains the origin of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the year 2000 and the ways in which people are interacting to share opinions on the next set of post-2015 goals as the deadline for the first set, the MDGs, approaches.

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Film and Video

"The digitally literate women can bring about a lot of change in culture, thinking and social welfare."

Through collaboration between Google and the Digital Empowerment Foundation DEF, amongst other partners (see below),  with training through Community Information Resource Center (CIRC) of women, adolescent girls, and "dropout"...

Helping Women Get Online (HWGO) is a website, YouTube video channel ,and training project (see Related Summaries below) aimed to increase knowledge and access of Indian women to information and communication technology (ICT) usage through the internet and a telephone hotline.

The website includes a step-by-step guide, covering, for...

Author: Margaret Miller, cross-posted from The World Bank website, August 22 2014 - In the wake of the current Ebola crisis, the 2011 movie Contagion (See the trailer here) directed by Steven Soderbergh has repeatedly been cited as one of...

Author: Allison Tunnoch, August 19 2014, crossposted from The WVoice, a publication of Women's Voices Now - "Honor killings are acts of vengeance, usually death, committed by male...

"Awareness of the legalities of child marriage - it's outlawed in most countries around the world - has little bearing on behaviour because customary laws, social norms and poverty-driven economic needs often trump national policies and legislation."

"Hundreds of Pakistani labourers have been shown a short film that hopes to show them the importance of polio vaccinations."

Image Nation Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emerites (UAE), developed a film- and radio-based campaign running from June to September 2014 in an effort to create strong awareness about polio and polio vaccination...

"The engagement of the traditional and religious leaders in the polio immunization campaign in northern Nigeria was vital to the success of the country's PEI and primary health care programs. The recent extension of the campaign to include polio survivors, Quranic school teachers, and entertainers, among others, is providing access to...

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BBC Media Action is the BBC’s international development charity, which uses of media and communications to tackle poverty and contribute to long-term change in some of the world’s poorest places.   We do this through implementing governance, health and resilience projects in partnership with...

Nearly one-third of Mozambican women aged 15-49 who are married or live in marital union have ever experienced domestic violence, and close to one-quarter have experienced domestic violence within the past 12 months. Young women are particularly at risk for sexual violence - the percentage of young women who experience sexual violence increases...

This 3-year programme aims to engage marginalised children and youth in their rights to health and education services in 8 countries: Afghanistan, Georgia, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan, Tanzania, and Viet Nam. Activities in each country are tailored to the specific contexts and conditions children and young people experience, but all come...

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Radio

Author: Jackie Christie, August 29 2014 - The assignments I take on for BBC Media Action sometimes take my breath away. Take my most recent project, for example: travel to the Horn of Africa and facilitate the creation of a 24-episode radio drama, I was told.

"...reviewers have called for more rigorous outcome evaluation designs in the manner conducted here."

This video describes BBC Media Action’s work with media and communication to "provide health information and explore social and cultural norms that affect good health" in economically poor areas and developing countries.

"[W]hile technology has the potential to amplify citizens' voices, it must be accompanied by clear political goals and other factors to increase their clout."

Drawing upon case studies from 9 programmes around the world and a citizen participation theory of change, this case study from the United States (US)-based National...

Author: Margaret Miller, cross-posted from The World Bank website, August 22 2014 - In the wake of the current Ebola crisis, the 2011 movie Contagion (See the trailer here) directed by Steven Soderbergh has repeatedly been cited as one of...

This BBC Media Action programme provides vulnerable communities with information on emergency services and advice on living amidst disaster and working towards recovery. It is a two-way communication programme, also aiming to give affected people "the opportunity to voice their concerns, express their needs, share their stories and hold...

The Self-Assessment Toolkit (SAT) is a community radio tool from Indian non-governmental organisation (NGO) Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) Community Radio Facilitation Centre (CCFC) assembled as part of the project entitled “Enabling Media Access for Community’s Self Expression”. A second and complementary toolkit is...

Published by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA), this 8-page guide is designed to help broadcasters in Ebola-affected areas "to develop a clear strategy to ensure that they are able to provide continuous and effective operations during the outbreak."

Author: Bhuwan Timilsina, August 19 2014 - Every year in far west Nepal, the great river Mahkali brings tragedy to the lives of those living near it. Last month, as the annual monsoon rains beat down, it was no different:...

A woman radio broadcaster in Gujarat, India

Author: Suchi Gaur, August 18 2014 - As I walked down the narrow road in a village in Butwal region of Nepal, I looked around and all I could see were mud houses and women trying to finish one or the other tasks. It was not a new sight for me. It is a sight of every nook & corner of India. And there I was, standing in the middle of the ...

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Television

"...reviewers have called for more rigorous outcome evaluation designs in the manner conducted here."

This video describes BBC Media Action’s work with media and communication to "provide health information and explore social and cultural norms that affect good health" in economically poor areas and developing countries.

"...[T]he media children use can have a profound impact - both positive and negative - on learning, social development, and behavior. The only way to maximize the positive impact of media on children is to have an accurate understanding of the role it plays in their lives: which platforms they are using, the activities or content they are...

Author: Margaret Miller, cross-posted from The World Bank website, August 22 2014 - In the wake of the current Ebola crisis, the 2011 movie Contagion (See the trailer here) directed by Steven Soderbergh has repeatedly been cited as one of...

This BBC Media Action programme provides vulnerable communities with information on emergency services and advice on living amidst disaster and working towards recovery. It is a two-way communication programme, also aiming to give affected people "the opportunity to voice their concerns, express their needs, share their stories and hold...

Published by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA), this 8-page guide is designed to help broadcasters in Ebola-affected areas "to develop a clear strategy to ensure that they are able to provide continuous and effective operations during the outbreak."

"This working paper is designed to identify what evidence is being used in practice and to highlight what is now needed to move the media for development evidence base forward. It aims to be used as the start of a sectorial conversation to inform an 'evidence agenda' for media for development."

Revela2 is a multimedia, TV, and social mobilisation edutainment for social change platform for adolescents and youth. The first of its kind in Colombia, it aims to facilitate dialogue and critical reflection about sexuality and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and contribute to transforming individual and family behaviours and...

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BBC Media Action is the BBC’s international charity which uses the power of media and communication to help people living in poverty improve their lives.  We work on governance and rights, health, resilience and humanitarian response.  We work in over 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Middle...

"The three A&T country programs reached more than 11 million mothers of children under two years of age within the first three years of implementation through interpersonal communication and/or mass media."

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Community Participation

"As the newly elected government establishes itself, it is critical that the national commitment to achieving polio eradication is maintained at the highest level."

"The Technical Advisory Group on Polio Eradication for Pakistan (TAG) conducted a meeting on 2-3 June 2014, during a time when the Pakistan programme is at a 'critical crossroads'....In the four months preceding the meeting, 86% of global polio cases were in Pakistan."

From the World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Office...

"...reviewers have called for more rigorous outcome evaluation designs in the manner conducted here."

"Today more than ever smallholders and rural communities require access to information and communication to make their voices heard and change their lives for the better. Communication for Development [ComDev] facilitates dialogue and collaborative action, combining participatory methods with communication tools ranging from community media...

"[W]hile technology has the potential to amplify citizens' voices, it must be accompanied by clear political goals and other factors to increase their clout."

Drawing upon case studies from 9 programmes around the world and a citizen participation theory of change, this case study from the United States (US)-based National...

This video explains the origin of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the year 2000 and the ways in which people are interacting to share opinions on the next set of post-2015 goals as the deadline for the first set, the MDGs, approaches.

This BBC Media Action programme provides vulnerable communities with information on emergency services and advice on living amidst disaster and working towards recovery. It is a two-way communication programme, also aiming to give affected people "the opportunity to voice their concerns, express their needs, share their stories and hold...

Author: Kathryn Bertram, crossposted from the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) website on August 21 2014 - During a capacity building workshop in Freetown, Sierra Leone this past June, the mood was understandably tense as Ebola continued to spread from the East. Tea-break conversations became heated about regional responses to...

The Self-Assessment Toolkit (SAT) is a community radio tool from Indian non-governmental organisation (NGO) Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) Community Radio Facilitation Centre (CCFC) assembled as part of the project entitled “Enabling Media Access for Community’s Self Expression”. A second and complementary toolkit is...

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Materials

Helping Women Get Online (HWGO) is a website, YouTube video channel ,and training project (see Related Summaries below) aimed to increase knowledge and access of Indian women to information and communication technology (ICT) usage through the internet and a telephone hotline.

The website includes a step-by-step guide, covering, for...

This video describes BBC Media Action’s work with media and communication to "provide health information and explore social and cultural norms that affect good health" in economically poor areas and developing countries.

"Today more than ever smallholders and rural communities require access to information and communication to make their voices heard and change their lives for the better. Communication for Development [ComDev] facilitates dialogue and collaborative action, combining participatory methods with communication tools ranging from community media...

This video explains the origin of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the year 2000 and the ways in which people are interacting to share opinions on the next set of post-2015 goals as the deadline for the first set, the MDGs, approaches.

The Self-Assessment Toolkit (SAT) is a community radio tool from Indian non-governmental organisation (NGO) Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) Community Radio Facilitation Centre (CCFC) assembled as part of the project entitled “Enabling Media Access for Community’s Self Expression”. A second and complementary toolkit is...

Published by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA), this 8-page guide is designed to help broadcasters in Ebola-affected areas "to develop a clear strategy to ensure that they are able to provide continuous and effective operations during the outbreak."

"The Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (YCSRR) recognizes the human rights violations integral to child, early and forced marriage as well negative implications related to poverty, education, health and sexual and reproductive health and rights."

"MediCapt is a mobile application, under development by the Program on Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones at Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), to help clinicians more effectively collect, document, and preserve forensic medical evidence of sexual violence to support the local prosecution of these crimes."

The Right to Her Story DVD, from the Center for Digital Storytelling’s Silence Speaks programme, presents "women’s human rights stories created in Silence Speaks participatory media workshops held around the world. The stories explore women’s experiences of conflict and displacement, gender-based violence, discrimination, challenges in...

This Social Policy report focuses on United States (US)-based research on child well-being and the threat of child abuse and neglect or child maltreatment in the early years of child development. It was gathered based upon the proceedings of an expert panel meeting of US agencies to encourage "the translation of science leading to innovative...

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I am co-founder of elParlante (www.elparlante.es), a non-profit organization formed mostly by Communication...

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i have worked with society for family health , engaged with school development communication practices field trip, community theatre projects and the PLA tools practicum. im now interested in...

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West Bengal's rural parts deserves much more attention in case of community media....

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I am an active Latin American and North American enthusiast...I believe strongly in the advancement of education of women, the use of the home to further crafts, cooking, social skills and family...

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I have lived and worked in the Spanish speaking world for decades. I wish to expand my friendships and listen to new topics.

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Writing & Material Development Specialization- Develop a number of Communication materials (Written a number of Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Scripts, for different media including TV,...

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Cooperation, education, reserch, development, indicators, write, books, art, child, central america.

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Associate member Nigerian institute of Public relations 

Associate member of African Institute of Public Relations

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American...

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I am interested in learning more about media for development

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A leading practitioner of participatory video with over thirteen years experience of participatory media and development communications. Worked in three of the leading organisations in the field...

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Expertise: advocacy, communications, research and analysis, report writing, conference organization, project coordination

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Convinced that music is important for the development of people and communities I undertook a three year period of research in Ethnomusicology. Research outcomes provide...

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Culture Works! Training Institute offers professional development and technical assistance that makes...

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Promote methods to enhance agricultural and involve more youths

Better agricultural methods

How to encourage youths to be more involved in the agricultural industry in their region...

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Protegiendo a Través de la Educación. 

Trabajamos con jóvenes en varios países de América Latina. 

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-      From 1/4/2014 till now

Company name:  Arch – Art Program

Position: Co- Founder &...

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Mobilisation of citizen to fight corruption

Advocacy  for public awareness about development policies

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Black Box Sounds is the largest development communications company in Pakistan. It was formed in February 2006. We specialize in productions aimed at social and developmental issues, behavior...

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I'm a master student in the process of writing my thesis. I working on a study that analyses the CSR programs of the companys in barranquilla to propose a way to use CSC to increase the impact and...