Financial Times Spotlight on : MTV Shuga Our Executive Director and founder Georgia Arnold, recently sat down with Andrew Jack from the Financial Times to discuss the launch of MTV Shuga’s latest installment : Shuga Babi, bringing the series to Ivory Coast and expanding the MTV Shuga brand to francophone Africa. To learn more about edutainment and MTV Shuga’s latest expansion follow… View Article
Fast Company : Spotlight on MTV Shuga The World Bank determined that across South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, and Ghana, one season of Shuga saves more than $300 million in costs from HIV+ viewers seeking treatment over 30 years. We are thrilled to have our work and impact profiled in Fast Company! With our specially developed peer education resources, we're aiming to reach even more teenagers across the world with life-saving health information.
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We fight HIV globally, funding innovative youth-led programs and producing ground-breaking content for young people around the world.
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To youth-led, grassroots HIV prevention projects
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