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reaching the outliers

surpassing the status quo

changing hearts and minds

inside a video hall watching crowdpullerz

Testing the reach and effectiveness of information

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Developing signature “edutainment”

and unique public service messaging

Outside a video hall

Traveling beyond traditional borders

and realms to attract audiences

Katwe puppets in the salon

Innovating creative solutions

to identify opportunities that have the greatest impact

Reaching the outliers - Surpassing the status quo - Changing hearts and minds

What we do

PVI uses media, technology, and popular culture to catalyze social change in East Africa. Working in a multidisciplinary team and together with partners, PVI designs and tests communication on health, livelihoods, and citizenship for hard-to–reach and marginalized populations. 

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February 17, 2018 at 8:31am
In this weekend's episode of #NewzBeatUganda we're talking about agro #entrepreneurship and how it can help #youth escape poverty and unemployment. @selfhelpafrica
Tune into @ntvuganda Sat and Sun 1:20pm and 6:50pm https://t.co/WfGxpe4tqg
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February 8, 2018 at 7:46am
Studies show that #youth in #Uganda have real #SRH issues that need to be addressed! #ChickenAndChipsOnNTV addresses adolescent sexuality, challenges stereotypes and stigma, and promotes healthy behaviors. Watch trailer here: https://t.co/LMYpKUOg1N
February 6, 2018 at 4:01am
The theme song to our #ChickenAndChipsOnNTV youth TV show, "Looking 4 Love" by Adungu Life ft. MC Yallah, premieres today on the most popular music program in Uganda @NTVTheBeat at 5pm! @DouglasLwangaUg @eastafricanrecs https://t.co/uYgrViZLI3 PVIMedia photo
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Did you know Agriculture can help youth escape poverty and unemployment? Check out the Newz Beat AGRI ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPECIAL to find out how!

"Lady Slyke: Whoa, I know it’s been getting hotter
but that hat makes you look like a farmer.

Jay Sentino: That’s because I am and it’s not a hobby
Tending my land will lead to prosperity

Lady Slyke: How? It feels like you’re moving backward.

Jay Sentino: Actually, agriculture moves us forward.
The land provides food and payment,
it can even solve youth unemployment.
(...)"

#newzbeat #uganda #selfhelpafrica #entrepreneurship #farming #followthebeat

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Tammy Duckworth: First Senator to Have Baby in Office

Tammy Duckworth is a trailblazer:
a veteran of war and a working mother
In the US army, she was a helicopter pilot.
She lost her legs during combat
then became the first disabled woman in the Senate

Here is another first for her:
Duckworth will soon be the first senator
to give birth while in office.

#TammyDuckworth #usa #africa #uganda #followthebeat

Follow more: www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwjQdIvISl4&t=2s
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Happy Valentine's Day 2018 from Newzbeat!

With more open talk we cut down on stigma
around adolescent sexuality in Uganda.
We communicate better with our partners
and create equality between genders.

True, it takes care and good communication
and I know where we can get this education.
Check out Chicken and Chips, season 2
this pop culture production can give us a clue.

#ChickenandChipsonNTV #uganda #followthebeat #Valentine

Follow more: www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwjQdIvISl4
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#Powahall Campaign is Lighting up Bidi Bidi Camp

Lady Slyke: Uganda hardly has the resources and facilities
to support all these refugees.
One major challenge is light and electricity
but this is changing at the hands of Esteeri.

Esteeri Kabonero was raised in America.
She worked in Rwanda then returned to Uganda.
She wanted to help with the refugee situation,
her heart was moved by the terrible conditions.

#newzbeat #followthebeat #uganda #refugee #bidibidi

Follow more: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYSmzLIHe7g
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