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Case studies
These case studies demonstrate how our research has contributed to the development of the BBC Word Service Trust's media outputs, and has been used to evaluate their impact in the areas of emergency response, education, health, governance and human rights and livelihoods.
Cambodia has been severely affected by the HIV and AIDS epidemic over the past decade. An estimated 1.9% of the population aged 15-49 years is HIV-positive. However thanks to public health campaigns, the infection rate in the general population is declining.   Read more
Since September 2005, we have been working in partnership with the BBC Somali Service, the Africa Educational Trust, the European Union's Rehabilitation Programme for Somalia and a wide range of stakeholders to produce a 30-minute weekly radio programme about livestock.  Read more
Bangladesh Sanglap - 'Dialogue on Bangladesh'
Working in partnership with national broadcasters and the BBC Bangla Service, we launched Bangladesh Sanglap ('Dialogue on Bangladesh') - a ground breaking political discussion programme - in November 2005.   Read more
Darfur Lifeline, Sudan
We work in partnership with Sudanese media professionals and the World Service to broadcasts life-saving information to 6.5 million people in Darfur, including two million people living in the region's 85 camps for people displaced by the conflict.   Read more
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