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In 🇺🇬, Irene and her fellow teachers are #TransformingEducation through their commitment to learners and ensuring they don’t fall behind.

Read the story of how they adapted to the pandemic by creating an educational 📺 show: https://bit.ly/3UOwGNp

With @PVIMedia and @ntvuganda

There is an outbreak of #Ebola in Mubende District. Ebola is a deadly yet preventable disease.

Read more to know how it is spread. Report all suspected cases to the nearest health facility immediately! #EbolaOutbreakUG

🇺🇸 Embassy Kampala issued a Health Alert related to an outbreak of Sudan Ebolavirus in Mubende District in Central Uganda. On Sept. 25 @MinofHealthUG reported 34 cumulative cases (16 confirmed, 18 probable) and 21 deaths (4 confirmed, 17 probable). <a🧵> https://ug.usembassy.gov/health-alert-u-s-embassy-kampala-september-26-2022/

As #Ebola cases grow in Uganda, we're sharing our PSA on how to prevent catching and spreading the disease: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4gX0UCWD4k @MinofHealthUG

Today is World Gorilla Day! Our young N*Gen explorers were lucky to track these majestic creatures with @DoctorGladys, expert wildlife vet and conservationist - watch the trailer here 🦍 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5Ps1EWi5Uk

As #Ebola cases grow in Uganda, we're sharing our PSA on how to prevent catching and spreading the disease: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4gX0UCWD4k @MinofHealthUG

Today is the International Day of Sign Language - watch this clip from N*Gen about how people with a hearing disability can play music 🎵 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSQTAlvs-rM

Photos from our launch of BRAC Girls Talk yesterday! Our new partnership with @BRACworld @brac_uganda @ViamoGlobal - read more here: https://bit.ly/bracgirlstalk 🇺🇬

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What we do

Peripheral Vision International (PVI) is an award winning media NGO that combines the strength of a creative media agency with the latest technical knowledge and training on Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC). PVI’s mission is to use media, technology, and popular culture to catalyze social change in Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. Working in a multidisciplinary team and together with partners, PVI designs and tests communication on health, gender, livelihoods and citizenship for hard-to–reach and marginalized populations.

How we do it

Innovation

Using Human Centered Design and relevant technologies for maximum impact

Content Development

Creating signature “edutainment” to educate and entertain

Distribution

Going where other media don’t

Research

Testing the reach and effectiveness of media

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PVI reaches a mass audience with limited access to traditional media by using appropriate technology and designing relevant and engaging content through innovation and adaptation.

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