National daily Republica writes about SSMK radio program

In a Kathmandu recording studio, young workers sift through piles of letters from Nepalese teenagers seeking advice on everything from unrequited love and homosexuality to drug abuse and HIV.

Two presenters in their early twenties talk animatedly into microphones as they record the latest episode of "Chatting with my Best Friend" or Saathi Sanga Manka Kura (SSMK), one of Nepal´s most listened-to radio shows. 

The programme, a blend of discussion, drama and music, was launched nine years ago as part of a project funded by the UN children´s agency UNICEF to spread awareness among Nepalese teenagers about the dangers of HIV and AIDS.

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