Radio

These spots were produced as part of the Breakthrough ACTION Zambia's campaign to promote use of insecticide-treated nets, educate about malaria in pregnancy, and advise against misuse of nets.

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.

This song is part of the Safe Love campaign, a comprehensive HIV prevention campaign that addresses key drivers of HIV/AIDS in Zambia, including multiple and concurrent sexual partnerships, low and inconsistent condom use, and mother-to-child transmission of HIV.

This ad is part of the Safe Love campaign, a comprehensive HIV prevention campaign that addresses key drivers of HIV/AIDS in Zambia, including multiple and concurrent sexual partnerships, low and inconsistent condom use, and mother-to-child transmission of HIV. The ad encourages men to take part in protecting their unborn children.

This radio spot was used as part of the Mothers Alive campaign to help communities see the role they play in safe motherhood. The spot emphasizes that mothers are the foundation of the community and that the community needs to protect mothers.

This radio spot was used as part of the Mothers Alive campaign to promote the importance of antenatal care. The spot focuses on a mother and her daughter. The mother visits her daughter and the daughter announces that she is pregnant. The mother then encourages her daughter to begin taking care of herself.

This radio spot was used as part of the Mothers Alive campaign to show parents that spacing and having fewer children helps ensure their children's health and education. The spot is a conversation between a husband and wife discussing the benefits of having only three children and spacing them at least two years apart.

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