iMedia Director Nicola Harford recently travelled deep into the Oromia region of Ethiopia whilst reviewing the work of BBC Media Action, funded by DFID. Here women are gathered at the local health facility to listen to the radio show Biftuu Jireenya (meaning Dawn of Life in the local language Afan Oromo). Led by a female and male presenter […]
Whilst conducting the external evaluation of the EU-funded Myanmar Media Lab project for Internews Europe, Nicola Harford and Gordon Adam met journalists and civil society activists at a forum on media coverage of peace and conflict issues.
iMedia consultants Dr Mary Myers and Pascal Chirhalwirwa are in the Great Lakes region conducting the final evaluation of a media for social change project implemented by Search For Common Ground. The project has been supporting women’s media associations and their members in Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, Central African Republic and Congo-Brazzaville over the past two years. iMedia is […]
Nicola Harford explains how Yegna, a radio drama, uses behaviour change techniques to redefine how girls are perceived and valued in Ethiopia ….
iMedia Director, Nicola Harford, has just returned from visiting Burma to review the work of BBC Media Action. The sprawling headquarters of one of its key partners, state broadcaster MRTV, is located an hour’s drive north of the capital city Naypidaw. Despite Burma’s move towards democracy since elections in 2010 and the installation of a […]