Zambia

The six Mulange One-on-One spots are products of the national HIV-prevention campaign Safe Love. The TV spots address various issues relevant to the three key drivers of HIV in Zambia that the Safe Love campaign is targeting (high levels of MCP, low and inconsistent condom use, mother to child transmission of HIV).

The six Mulange One-on-One spots are products of the national HIV-prevention campaign Safe Love. The TV spots address various issues relevant to the three key drivers of HIV in Zambia that the Safe Love campaign is targeting (high levels of MCP, low and inconsistent condom use, mother to child transmission of HIV).

The six Mulange One-on-One spots are products of the national HIV-prevention campaign Safe Love. The TV spots address various issues relevant to the three key drivers of HIV in Zambia that the Safe Love campaign is targeting (high levels of MCP, low and inconsistent condom use, mother to child transmission of HIV).

The six Mulange One-on-One spots are products of the national HIV-prevention campaign Safe Love. The TV spots address various issues relevant to the three key drivers of HIV in Zambia that the Safe Love campaign is targeting (high levels of MCP, low and inconsistent condom use, mother to child transmission of HIV).

The six Mulange One-on-One spots are products of the national HIV-prevention campaign Safe Love. The TV spots address various issues relevant to the three key drivers of HIV in Zambia that the Safe Love campaign is targeting (high levels of MCP, low and inconsistent condom use, mother to child transmission of HIV).

The six Mulange One-on-One spots are products of the national HIV-prevention campaign Safe Love. The TV spots address various issues relevant to the three key drivers of HIV in Zambia that the Safe Love campaign is targeting (high levels of MCP, low and inconsistent condom use, mother to child transmission of HIV).

Life at the Turnoff is a 26-part radio drama series from the national HIV prevention campaign Safe Love. The radio drama series was designed for a rural audience ages 30-49. The drama follows the stories of fictional Zambian characters living in a rural village and the ways HIV affects them and their community.

The STOP Malaria board game is designed for primary school children but provides a fun and interactive way of learning about malaria for all ages. Based on the well-known game "Snakes and Ladders" or "Chutes and Ladders", participants roll a die and answer questions about malaria to advance from start to finish.

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