Exploring character, life skills, and HIV/AIDS through oral dramas and group discussion

Grandma’s Village is a series of 32, 30-minute oral dramas that are available on mobile players or aired on the radio; it was produced by Africans for an African context.  Set in the typical African village of Mwganza, Grandma raises her two grandchildren, Riziki and Bahati, after their parents die of AIDS. The stories from Mwangaza are designed to motivate people of all ages to discover who they want to be and embrace a positive direction in their lives. The stories also reinforce the character qualities and essential skills we all need to reach our dreams.

The Grandma’s Village program content mirrors the concepts and flow of the It Takes Courage! Youth Curriculum lessons and is available in faith-based and general audience versions.  Click here for program comparison to the It Takes Courage! Youth Curriculum.