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11 Jul 2000 - 10 Jan 2022
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Baaba Maal calls for media to be "at the centre of development"
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Event: Making a noise for the MDGs
What happened when an audience debated drama, development and the role of women at a live broadcast from London’s Southbank Centre?
Ten stories of change in India
Last week we celebrated the tenth anniversary of the BBC WST in India. Over the past ten years we have reached hundreds of millions with drama and factual content that is engaging and life changing.
Ethiopia’s Abugida wins top award
Our radio magazine show has been named mass media communicator of the year at the pan-African AfriComNet awards.
Millions tune in to Pakistan lifeline
Millions in Pakistan began tuning in to emergency lifeline radio programming yesterday, as BBC Urdu launched a new service to people in the most severely flooded areas of the country.
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.
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.
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