KAMPALA- Last year was the official unveiling of Kyaddala an episode movie that amplifies the challenges students go thorough regarding sexual reproductive health.
On Thursday, October 15, the second edition was launched at the Victoria University auditorium in preparation for the big do on several media platforms.
This is one of the flagship initiatives done by Reach A Hand Uganda (RAHU) together with other partners to disseminate information about sexuality among the youth.
Speaking at the launch, Mr. Joe Kigozi, the board Chairman RAHU and deputy CEO NBS delightfully welcomed the guests that turned up for the yet another banger.
“This was born out of desire to connect with you guys, and it is important to speak their language in a very exciting and appealing way. Through Kyaddala, we have engaged them keenly since 70 percent are are young people and seems am the only one on the 4th floor, and that is why we need to speak the right information to educate and empower young people.” He said.
“We have aired this and continue to play our commitment. Last year was different and this time it is new due to COVID- 19. Kyaddala resonates with the work RAHU does and since the content is the driver in the future, when you think about talent, we are showcasing this to market them as well as providing opportunities which is all dedicated towards the young people.” Joe added.
Humphrey Nabimanya, the team leader at RAHU called upon various stake holders that include; actors or actress and partners to stretch the conversation even after the episodes so that it is continuous.
“We have moved to various regions in the country in places like Karamoja, Kasese, Jinja among others and in some places it is ongoing. We still need you in this journey and all our partners. It is not all about the money but the opportunity we create to this nation which is about 80 percent of the youth.” Nabimanya explained.
Usama Mukwaya, the producer of Kyadalla also revealed that it was fun, challenging and inspiring at the end since they were looking at nurturing new creative talent and so for they had five such as; Ivan Tusabe, Rehema Nanfuka, Josephine Kabahuuma and Louis Muhereza.
Kyaddala is known for formidable acts from Patrick Salvador, Mathew Nabwiso, Martha Kay, Harmonie Kyomugisha together with fresh new talent.
The first season had 10 episodes and second one will have two more with great touch from Emmanuel Ikubese films fused with Incredible Media craft.
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