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Our work in Bangladesh
The BBC World Service Trust is focusing on education, livelihoods, governance and human rights in Bangladesh. We are running a unique multi-platform language learning project and producing a ground-breaking political debate programme. More about our work in Bangladesh
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.   Read more
Over the last five years, our pioneering TV debate series has helped to develop and diversify the political and media landscape of Bangladesh.  Read more
A construction manager explains how interactive educational service BBC Janala helped him speak to foreign clients in English within one year.   Read more
One million calls for Janala
BBC Janala, our innovative English language learning project in Bangladesh, has served a million lessons in just three months.  Read more
BBC Janala project overview
We are working in partnership with BBC Learning English on an educational initiative, BBC Janala, to significantly increase the number of people able to speak English who can contribute to the economic growth of Bangladesh.  Read more
Creating political dialogue in Bangladesh
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.   Read more
BBC Bangladesh Sanglap - video
BBC Janala on Asia Today - video
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BBC Janala project overview
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