Sawa Shabab (Together Youth) is a peacebuilding radio series aired by nearly 30 local stations across South Sudan. The series follows the daily lives of young South Sudanese as they face unique challenges while learning how to become peacebuilders in their communities.
PeaceTech Lab partnered with Media Ink to produce a radio series to educate youth on how to build peace in Jubaland and Southwest states of Somalia. Called Hirka Nabadda (Peace Frequency), the fifteen-episode radio drama aired on four local stations in Baidoa and Kismayo in the Mai and Mahatiri dialects of the Somali language.
Salam Shabab (Peace Youth) began as the first real life television program made to promote the empowerment of Iraqi youth. Filmed and produced in Iraq, Salam Shabab followed 54 Iraqi teens from six different provinces as they produced their own short films, performed on stage, and used teamwork to win sport and educational challenges.