Project Television Broadcast

Television Broadcast
November 21, 2016 Ashley Sullivan
Super Kodo with his friends

Super Kodo to the Rescue

One of the best ways to promote conservation is to educate children at a young age, especially in the places they get information the most – like television and film. JGI is achieving this through our television program “Super Kodo”. The show follows the heroics of a young boy named Kodo, who is given superpowers which he uses to protect his beloved forests. Super Kodo explores issues of wildlife conservation and has increased the environmental awareness of both kids and adults.

Originally produced in Monokutuba (a language that one fourth of Congalese people speak), the show has been translated into French in order to expand its reach to other central African countries. Super Kodo has the potential to reach up to 100 million viewers, inspiring them to become heroes of their own forests and the world.

The Super Kodo TV show is broadcast on a big screen in Pointe Noire, Republic of Congo

Photo credits on this page, top to bottom and left to right: JGI/Fernando Turmo

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