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Programme Data Last Updated: 07/06/2019

IATI Identifier: GB-CHC-1076235-GB-1-202629

Description

Support towards meeting the information and communication needs of people living in poverty with a particular emphasis on fragile states. The Global Grant is expected to reach over 200 million people in 14 target countries (with a particular focus on fragile states) with media and communications outputs that contribute to creating better governance, healthier populations and an increased ability to cope with crises. Specifically, individuals, communities and governments in 14 target countries will be better informed and more engaged in tackling challenges in governance, health, and crises through: · Strengthened communication platforms for domestic accountability and public dialogue · Enhanced access to information and engagement around reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health · Enhanced access to information and communication aimed at improving communities’ resilience to humanitarian crises (with a focus on climate-related risks) · A strengthened evidence base on the role of media and communication in democratic development, including the role of donor support;

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  • BBC Media Action

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