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Our work in Nigeria
The BBC World Service Trust is focusing on improving health, education and livelihoods in Nigeria. We are working with a wide range of partners to improve the sexual and reproductive health of young people and to stimulate debate about key development issues. More about our work in Nigeria
We are working in partnership with a range of Nigerian broadcasters and media professionals to raise awareness and change behaviour around HIV and AIDS among young people in Nigeria.  Read more
Using radio drama to inform and educate
Story, Story, our long-running radio soap, has captured the imagination of millions of Nigerians - but what is its appeal?  Read more
We are working with a wide range of Nigeria partners to produce radio drama and discussion programmes that encourage dialogue and debate about key development issues, including citizens' social and economic rights and the provision of public services in Nigeria.   Read more
We are working in partnership with Nigerian non-governmental organisation, Integrity, to train journalists to better report on how their government spends public money, and to mobilise public opinion around government accountability.   Read more
Related links
Nigeria Stop HIV campaign: research and impact
More about our work in Nigeria
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