This is a report of a poll taken of high school students in South AFrica prior to the start of production on Season 5 of "Shuga," a TV series that focuses on young people, HIV, and sexuality issues.
The University of Western Cape created this guide for Shuga Series 3 through a participatory weekend retreat involving university students and professors.
The strategies of bringing the MTV Shuga messaging to live audiences for more personalised involvement of staff and celebrities and for providing actual HIV testing opportunities resulted in the creation of touring festivals/shows.
These radio programs supported and enhanced the Shuga TV series throughout the campaign, using the same objectives and BCC messages as the TV drama. In the original series, developed in Kenya, the 12 episodes were followed by two 25-minute pre-recorded magazine shows which further explored the topics covered with young people, experts from the c
This photonovel is meant to accompany the Shuga TV series. The story tells of a teenage girl who is approached by an older man, who offers to pay her school fees. She ends up in his apartment, and he attempts to seduce her. When she refuses, he beats her. She decides to take the case to court, braving the possibility of her friends' gossip a
This comic book is based on the Season 3 story of the Shuga TV Series which was based that year in Nigeria. It tells the story of a young couple, and covers topics such as domestic violence, reproductive health, HIV, HIV testing, faithfulness, and multiple partners. It is meant to accompany the TV series.
This campaign reaches out to young people in Kenya with awareness and prevention information on HIV/AIDS. The HIV Prevention effort includes the MTV premiere of "Shuga," a fast-moving drama that focuses on the lives of several young adults and university students as they confront the realities of love, jobs, and their families.