In August 2005, the BBC World Service Trust, with funding from the British Government’s Department for International Development, began broadcasting ‘Mo Kamba’ (‘My Mate’), a radio call-in and discussion programme dealing with a wide range of issues around HIV and AIDS. The programme is aimed at 15-24 year olds, with a stated aim of raising knowledge of transmission routes, methods of risk reduction, and encouraging greater discussion about sexual health across Angola. This report presents findings from a survey of 15-24 year olds across four regions of Angola; Luanda, Benguela, Cunene and Lunda Norte, carried out in 2006, on the impact of the programmes.
BBC World Service Trust, UK. 4 pp.
Formats, partnerships, and content: optimising the components of an HIV and AIDS media campaign in Angola