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17 Jul 2009 - 20 Nov 2010
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Our work in Angola
The BBC World Service Trust has focused on health, governance and human rights in Angola. We have worked with a wide range of partners to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS. We also worked with the Angolan media to help them prepare for the 2008 national elections. More about our work in Angola
We worked in a range of partnerships to produce a national, mass media campaign to encourage young people in Angola to protect their sexual health.  Read more
The centrepiece of our HIV and AIDS prevention work in Angola was an interactive radio programme for young people, Mo Kamba ('My Mate').  Read more
Public service announcements
In August 2005, we began working in partnership with RNA to produce public service announcements (PSAs) about HIV and AIDS in eight languages.  Read more
Teste Viju (radio quiz show)
In August 2006, we began working with the Angolan Ministry of Youth and Sports, UNICEF and the state broadcaster, Radio Nacional Angola (RNA) to produce and broadcast ‘Teste Viju', a radio quiz show and six music tracks designed to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS among 15-24 year olds.  Read more
Related links
Angola HIV campaign: research and impact
Voices: Imaculada Pimenta Vasco tells her story
More about our work in Angola
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