A new current affairs documentary looking at issues across Tanzania that bring citizens and their leaders together.
Produced with BBC Media Action in Tanzania
This film looks at how BBC Media Action in Tanzania is helping strengthen the media through journalism training and radio programmes that foster debate and participation. A new radio show produced by BBC Swahili in collaboration with BBC Media Action aims to bridge the gap between leaders and ordinary Tanzanians, and support local and national media to bring the voices and opinions of people to the fore. BBC Media Action has previously worked in partnership with the Tanzanian Broadcasting Corporation to support its transition into a public service broadcaster, particularly in the run-up to national elections in 2010.
This film for BBC Media Action shows how the BBC Swahili Service’s “Haba na Haba” radio programme is facilitating dialogue between ordinary people and their leaders in Tanzania.
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Up to 1 million people from across west Africa gather for the weekly market at Maigatari in northern Nigeria. This film looks the security challenges and how improvements in policing and justice are helping the market to develop.