The Dilemma game educates and empowers users on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. The dilemma game invites users on a journey to Freetown, Sierra Leone where the user can explore the big city’s School, Market, Health Clinic, Church and Mosque. Throughout the game, users are met with dilemmas and learning flows, where educational quizzes, storytelling, interactive videos and mini-games will educate and engage users in learning about Sexual Rights, Puberty for boys and girls, Pregnancy, STI’s and Contraceptives.
Depending on which choices you make in the dilemmas you will be faced with throughout the game, your decisions will affect your future in a good or bad way. This teaches users that decisions may have consequences and that decisions might affect several factors in life.
The game language is English recorded with a Swahili-accent to ensure a great learning experience for the target audience: 10-25 year old East African girls and boys.
The visual design, the stories, main characters, and guiding characters, as
well as the background music, sound effects and the voices of the game, has
been co-created in partnership with Save the Children, BRAC Uganda, creative
and dedicated students of Limkokwing University and talented girls and boys
from selected communities in both Uganda and Sierra Leone.
The Dilemma game can be played individually, in a small group, in a youth
club, girls/boys club or in a classroom setting. When played in groups, the
Dilemma game works as a dialogue tool - empowering users with a language
to discuss SRHR amongst each other, and a safe learning space where taboo
topics become fun and normalized through games and storytelling.