YEVU is a brand that was inspired by, and developed in Ghana in 2013, which also means ‘foreigner’ in the Ewe language. The idea was to celebrate and harness the beauty of West African wax prints and the craftsmanship of Ghanaian tailors and seamstresses, to create unique and fun apparels.
Question: how do you get safe sex messages to young people in Ethiopia where cultural attitudes make sex a difficult issue to discuss?
Answer: form a fierce dance troupe, gather a crowd, and then share information on HIV prevention and testing.
Addis Beza use their talents for music and dance to communicate serious health messages and to encourage members of the public to know their HIV status.
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Elephant at Victoria Falls, Zambia
Estelle’s Story by refugees United