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11 Jul 2000 - 06 May 2021
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BBC World Have Your Say, live from Freetown
When the discussion programme BBC World Have Your Say came to Sierra Leone, BBC World Service Trust staff got the chance to work on a broadcast for a global audience.
UK’s Minister for Africa meets the team behind 100 Dúvidas
December saw the UK’s Minister for Africa visit one of the BBC World Service Trust’s programmes in Angola.
On the 'front line' of climate change
BBC journalist Ed Butler reports on the experiences of the Mursi people of southern Ethiopia.
Annual review 2010
The 2009-2010 annual review provides an insight into lives that have been changed by the BBC World Service Trust’s work.
World AIDS Day 2010
The BBC World Service Trust marked World AIDS Day with a look at our work on HIV and AIDS around the world.
BBC Janala receives Tech Award for educational innovation
BBC Janala has been awarded the prestigious Microsoft Education Award at the 2010 Tech Awards in Silicon Valley, California.
Baaba Maal calls for media to be "at the centre of development"
Senegalese music star joins forces with BBC WST Africa in call for a renewed focus on the creative use of the media in combating poverty.
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?
Mark Thompson praises our work in Afghanistan
Our work in Afghanistan and Haiti has been praised by BBC Director General Mark Thompson in a speech to the New America Foundation.
TV drama and game show teach families English
English in Action has launched two television programmes in Bangladesh - a drama series and game show - to enable millions of children and adults of all ages to learn English.
Emergency radio reaches millions in Pakistan
Within days of the monsoon flooding that devastated Pakistan at the end of July, the BBC World Service Trust in partnership with BBC Urdu began broadcasting emergency radio programming to millions of listeners through Pakistan Lifeline.
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Trainee Lillian Ochoo preparing to contribute to a programme in Sudan alongside BBC World Service journalist Damian Zane
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