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November 2020
 
 
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PMC Fall/Winter 202o Newsletter

 
Thank you for keeping up with PMC news and updates. Our Fall/Winter 2020 newsletter is now available online with new stories from the field — including the story of a PMC show listener who walked 104 miles to pick-up a t-shirt he won during a broadcast of  Kwishilya (“Over the Horizon”). 
 
 
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PMC Works in A RANGE OF political environments

 

PMC President and Founder Bill Ryerson reflects on the global political environment and why our work matters now more than ever:

 

It’s essential that powerful entertainment and communications be utilized to raise awareness, open new perspectives and discussions, and change behaviors. One way to do this is to create shows that allow people to emotionally bond with characters they never would have otherwise befriended. 

 
 
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GROWING POPULATION WILL DEVASTATE THE WORLD'S PLANTS AND ANIMALS UNLESS WE ACT

By 2050 the Earth’s population is expected to reach 9.7 billion. This growth will devastate our flora and fauna, with each additional person contributing to already critical levels of habitat destruction and pollution.

 
 
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NEPAL’S POPULATION TO CROSS 30 MILLION

 The 2001 Nepal census put the population at 22 million, and the last census in 2011 had shown it to be 26.6 million. Next year’s count will likely total Nepal’s population to have crossed 30 million.

 
 
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ETHIOPIAN GIRLS TRAPPED IN SEX TRADE AS COVID-19 DEEPENS DESPERATION

Outreach efforts and police raids to find children trapped in the sex trade stopped in April in some parts of Amhara as authorities focused on enforcing a COVID-19 state of emergency.

 
 
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VENCER EL MIEDO WINS FOUR TVYNOVELAS AWARDS

The Vencer el Miedo, co-produced by Population Media Center (PMC) and Grupo Televisa, won four awards during the live TVyNovelas broadcast on October 31, 2020. 

 
 
 

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