Ambassador Stephanie Sullivan with solid of YOLO collection at the premiere of Time 5
The United States Ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie S. Sullivan, has lauded the producers of megahit neighborhood Television sequence, “You Only Stay Once” (YOLO) for their good affect on society.
At the premiere of Year 5 of the sequence at the Silverbird Cinemas in West Hills Shopping mall on May 1, she also commended federal government, its businesses, and their media associates for making adolescent health a precedence.
The series is a aspect of the “Good Existence, Reside it Well” campaign that encourages positive overall health behaviours in a broad assortment of parts to involve reproductive wellbeing, malaria prevention, and nourishment by equally traditional and digital media.
She also remarked that “Youth participation is essential to advancement and can add to more sustainable investments to close cycles of poverty, construct resilient, democratic societies, enhance well being and nutrition results and bolster economies.”
The Ambassador joined reps from the Ministry for Drinking water Sources and Sanitation, the Ghana Wellbeing Company, and the Nationwide Populace Council to mark this milestone.
Since 2016, the United States, through the U.S. Company for Worldwide Progress (USAID), has labored with the Ghana Well being Service and the Nationwide Inhabitants Council and presented fiscal support to produce the YOLO collection.
The YOLO Television set series was released in 2015 by the National Populace Council with the aim to educate youth on healthful reproductive conduct and equip them with techniques to deal with peer tension and the other issues that affect their daily lives.
The series has hundreds of thousands of viewers in Ghana and all over the planet including Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.