For information about the practical application of communication for development – using different media routes and focusing on a range of development themes; including case studies, programme and project reports, and shared experiences from ‘the field’.
New resource - Community Radio in Bangladesh: Achievement and Challenge 29th Sep 2012
This resource is designed to be of use for community media activists, policy makers, academics and development partners working to achieve a free, independent and pluralistic community media sector of voices for the voiceless in rural Bangladesh.
AfricaAdapt/International Livestock Research Institute - Social media guide for climate change practitioners in Africa 5th Sep 2012
A guide to understanding various different types of social media, and their potential role in accessing and sharing knowledge on climate change adaptation in Africa. It offers practical advice on sharing, accessing and exchanging climate change knowledge from and about Africa, using social media.
Training materials - "Improving documentation in the WASH sector for policy, programmes and publication" 4th Sep 2012
SHARE funded a two-day workshop in July 2012 entitled "Improving documentation in the WASH sector for policy, programmes and publication". The workshop aimed to give WASH practitioners the skills, know-how and confidence to communicate their experiences, ideas and recommendations effectively in writing.
WITNESS - Video Advocacy Resources & Tools 22nd Aug 2012
These resources and tools developed by WITNESS in partnership with human rights organisations and activists over nearly two decades, are designed to help organisations create videos for effective human rights advocacy.
C-Change - Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC): Capacity Assessment Tool 22nd Aug 2012
C-Change developed the Social and Behavior Change Communication Capacity Assessment Tool (SBCC-CAT) in two versions--for use with organisations (to assess program and staff capacity in SBCC), and with donors and networks (to assess their own capacity and that of the partners they support and manage).
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