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11 Jul 2000 - 30 Oct 2021
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Millions tune in to Pakistan lifeline
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Radio offers a lifeline to Pakistan as crisis worsens
In response to the devastating floods in northern Pakistan, lifeline radio programmes are to be broadcast in the most severely affected areas through the BBC Urdu service.
Lifeline radio in Kyrgyzstan
The BBC World Service Trust and Internews are providing humanitarian news reporting for victims of ethnic violence in southern Kyrgyzstan.
Communicating Justice in Liberia and Sierra Leone
Award-winning Liberian journalist Joseph Cheeseman has been reporting on the trial of former President Charles Taylor for over two years.
The Bangladesh Sanglap story
Over the last five years, our pioneering TV debate series has helped to develop and diversify the political and media landscape of Bangladesh.
At the Crossroad in Mile 91
“Okada” rides and blackouts: Adolphus Williams, journalism mentor in Mile 91, Sierra Leone describes his work at Radio Gbafth.
Community radio breaks down barriers in Sierra Leone
Sulakshana Gupta on how a new radio show is championing women's issues in Pujehun, Sierra Leone.
India: Tackling bonded labour
The BBC World Service Trust launches a new radio programme tackling bonded labour in the states of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
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