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“Shuga and Torogai-shi agree that they will meet at the even day at springtime at the place of celebration with what they have deciphered and Shuga is resolved to save Chagum by then.”
“Part of the MTV project was a TV series called Shuga, which first aired in Kenya in”
“In a world where technology can often be seen to be leapfrogging social development (in Nairobi 78% of young people have mobile phones, yet only 54% have indoor toilets), there is a crucial opportunity for campaigns such as Shuga to get under the skins of our audience.”
“Speaking in New York, MTV execs said they hoped "Shuga" would jumpstart a debate on topics that are often taboo in much of Africa.”
“MTV, which has been a partner of UNAIDS (the United Nations Joint Program on HIV/AIDS) since 1996, produced "Shuga" rights-cleared so that it could be distributed at no cost as widely as possible.”
“Actress Lupita Nyong'o in a scene from the Kenyan TV drama "Shuga".”
“Nyong'o said "Shuga" had already helped her and her co-stars take a long look in the mirror.”
“Shuga" created a buzz at preems in Nairobi and Lusaka, Zambia late last year.”
“Shuga" follows young people living with the specter of HIV/AIDS in Nairobi”
“While popular dramas like 'Shuga' will not end the epidemic on their own, they can lead to dialogue about the risks of HIV infection.”
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