Club Risky Business
This is a USAID case study about Club Risky Business, a 10-episode fictional mini-series launched in 2009 on Zambian television. The series examined multiple and concurrent sexual partnerships (MCP) through the engaging stories of three male friends and their partners in the age of HIV.
The case study explains the formative research, the program objectives, design, monitoring and evaluation, and lists what worked well and what the challenges were. It also lists ideas for future programming and recommendations.
Date of Publication: October 19, 2021
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