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22 Apr 2009 - 11 Apr 2021
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Photographs taken by our staff and freelance photographers in developing countries bring our work around the world to life.
  • What does good governance really mean? Tanzanian citizens take photographs of the issues affecting them most in their daily lives.  View
  • Photos from a recent training trip in Nigeria - bringing greater governance and accountability through capacity-building of Nigerian media.  View
  • In September 2009 Vietnam was hit by the powerful Typhoon Ketsana which led to the country's biggest floods in decades.   View
  • Budding Iranian journalists have created signs and artwork to reflect their ongoing involvement with the innovative ZigZagmag.  View
  • Natural disasters are endemic to West Bengal; excessive rainfall and flooding is frequent. Rising sea levels are also threatening the legendary Sundarbans delta, with the inhabitants of the islands at risk of becoming "climate refugees".  View
  • In Imo State in the south east of the country, extreme rainfall has contributed to a level of erosion that has led to the destruction of houses, roads and forests.  View
  • In northern Katsina State, desertification has uprooted many communities as the sand dunes take over what used to be fertile farm land  View
  • A new Cambodian film drama targets key populations with messages about malaria prevention including proper medication, treated mosquito nets and where to go to get tested. View stills from the making of "The Village Nurse's Charms"  View
  • Despite the end of the civil war, the UNHCR estimates there are over 3,000 Sierra Leonean refugees still living in Liberia. BBCWST trainees Macdonald Metzger and Olive Thomas visited the VOA camp outside Monrovia, to find out about conditions there  View
  • We are currently working across five projects in India and Nepal covering health, livelihoods and governance & human rights. Colin Spurway, now Project Manager for English in Action, Bangladesh presents a selection of images from his work in these immensely varied countries.  View
  • We are working in partnership with the BBC Bangla Service and television stations in Bangladesh to produce ground-breaking political debate programmes that allow people to question and interact with decision-makers.  View
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