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11 Jul 2000 - 10 Jan 2022
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Marking World AIDS Day in India and Nigeria
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The future of aid: reflections on Busan
Director of Policy James Deane reports from South Korea on the outcome of the fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness.
A message from our Executive Director
Caroline Nursey explains how the work of the BBC World Service Trust will be strengthened with a new grant from DfID.
The media of Somalia: a force for moderation?
A new Policy Briefing from the BBC World Service Trust argues that the Somali media is likely to play a moderating role in society.
Sajha Sawal celebrates 200 episodes
Journalists and production staff in Kathmandu celebrated a major milestone this month as the 200th episode of Nepali discussion programme Sajha Sawal ("Common Questions") went to air.
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