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Since its founding in 2011, PVI has moved from a small NGO inserting PSAs on DVDs for video halls in Uganda to developing three widely popular television shows and dozens of socially responsible segments that spread important messages relevant to the growth of civil society in East Africa, including Tanzania and Kenya. In addition to handling the messaging of smaller, local non- and for-profit groups in Uganda, PVI has also broadened its portfolio to include multinational NGOs as well as the United Nations and government agencies.

In addition to consistently improving our initial productions, PVI has been developing additional ways to target and reach agents of social change.

As a media service for NGOs and other international agencies, PVI doesn’t actively seek the spotlight. Some major news outlets, however, have decided to tell the story behind PVI, its signature show, NewzBeat, and other projects on the horizon.


Read about PVI in the press

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Two Minutes with Paul Falzone: Health Activist. Puppet Master

NYU Student Profile, 27 April 2015

‘Rap-orters’: telling the news in Uganda hip hop style

KWCH12 (Wichita, Kansas), Web Worthy: 9 June 2015