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Health communication changes lives by reaching millions
April 18, 2017

Health communication changes lives by reaching millions

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Author: BBC Media Action's Acting Head of Health and Resilience Sophia Wilkinson, originally posted on April 10 2017 - To mark the launch of our [BBC Media Action's] Global Health Stories site, Sophia Wilkinson explains how health communication ...

How can media inspire accountability and political participation? Findings from massive BBC programme
March 10, 2017

How can media inspire accountability and political participation? Findings ...

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Author: Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Advisor, Oxfam GB on March 1 2017 - A recurring pattern: I get invited to join a conversation with a bunch of specialists on a particular issue (eg market systems). Cue panic and some quick skim-reading of ...

Koch FM: The radio station in a slum
October 16, 2015

Koch FM: The radio station in a slum

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Author: Diana Njeru, October 16 2015 - On Global Handwashing Day, Diana Njeru looks at how a radio station constructed from a shipping container is helping people improve their health in one of Kenya's largest slums. On the banks of a slimy grey ...

"I want to go to university to become a doctor"
October 13, 2015

"I want to go to university to become a doctor"

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Author: Apune Jacob Alfred, October 13 2015 - The theme for this year's International Day of the Girl Child is the power of the adolescent girl and the vision for this generation of girls in 2030. As the day approaches, Apune Jacob Alfred ...

Reflecting on development practice the Burkinabé way
May 20, 2015

Reflecting on development practice the Burkinabé way

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Author: Valentina Tartari, May 20 2015 - My name is Valentina Tartari. I am not a journalist, nor an expert on African politics, but an international development graduate with a strong research interest in African communities.

How people behave really matters to health
October 7, 2014

How people behave really matters to health

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Author: Caroline Sugg, October 6 2014 - The Ebola emergency in West Africa shines a fresh light on the way in which peoples' everyday actions are critical to maintaining public health.

"Didi, please don't let Mehendi die!"
October 16, 2013

"Didi, please don't let Mehendi die!"

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Author: Radharani Mitra, October 8 2013       "Didi, please don’t let Mehendi die!" So begged Jyoti Bhadoria, a young mother of three from Madhya Pradesh, at a truly special event last week in Bhopal.She had travelled ...

In Memoriam: Panos London
December 11, 2012

In Memoriam: Panos London

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Author BBC Media Action's James Deane, December 5 2012:       Part of an organisation I helped set up is no longer going to exist. The Panos Institute London has announced that it no longer has the resources to ...

A gutsy new DFID White Paper puts the politics back into development
March 21, 2011

A gutsy new DFID White Paper puts the politics back into development

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The UK Department for International Development published its latest

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