YOLO TV Series: US Embassy claims sponsorship, pledges to support Ghanaian youth

YOLO TV Series: US Embassy claims sponsorship, pledges to support Ghanaian youth

- The US embassy sponsored the most watched YOLO TV series

- The series aims to teach on sexual reproductive health

- US Ambassador to Ghana says her outfit is eager to do more for Ghanaian youth

The US Embassy in Ghana says it funded the “You Only Live Once” YOLO television series.

The Series addresses important issues of concern to young Ghanaians including sexual reproductive health and economic independence.

YOLO TV Series: US Embassy claims sponsorship, pledges to support Ghanaian youth
YOLO TV Series: US Embassy claims sponsorship, pledges to support Ghanaian youth (Photo: US Embassy Ghana)
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This funding was made through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the National Population Council (NPC), and the Ghana Health Service (GHS).

“I know the pandemic has been particularly difficult for you. Yet you’ve persevered and learned to adapt. Keep making smart choices, choosing the right relationships, showing respect and integrity both offline and online, and believing in yourself and your future,” the US Ambassador to Ghana revealed.

YOLO TV Series: US Embassy claims sponsorship, pledges to support Ghanaian youth
YOLO TV Series: US Embassy claims sponsorship, pledges to support Ghanaian youth (Photo: US Embassy Ghana)
Source: Facebook

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