This film focuses on activists changing Africa. The "Ms. Chana" initiative wants to enrich the community in six Tanzania regions. Over 60 clubs are dedicated to building confidence in girls. Gyumi receives the United Nations prize for human rights. (Credits)
"Fundi Bots" is dedicated to accelerating science learning in Africa. The three core programs on offer are working within the school system, teaching skills for careers, and innovators and changemakers. Betty Kituyi Mukhalu gives a lesson in a rural Ugandan school.
The not for profit organization West Africa Vocational Education is dedicated to income transformation by providing skills and opportunities to students in Nigeria. Lessons include effective communication, problem-solving, and time management. Salma, a women's fashion designer, is a program graduate.
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This fealm features a Tanzanian girls' rights activist; a Ugandan engineer thataccelerates science through robots; and a social entrepreneur in Nigeria who equips young adults with the skills to build a career.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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