This video features two entertainers who help children in Zambia. XYZ Entertainment nurtures local talent. Slapdee signs seven-year-old Dizmo to a record contract. Mwila Musonda uses his celebrity status to raise awareness about public health and organizes donations for Wons Ministries International Orphanage.
Slapdee encourages children across Lusaka to stay in school. Pestalozzi is a residential school that attracts students throughout Zambia. Music allows an individual to communicate with others across languages, tribes, and nationalities.
Barefeet Theater is a non-governmental organization where homeless children learn traditional songs and dances. Garden compound is one of the most vulnerable populations in Lusaka. Tembo works with individuals to tell stories from books; a picture tells a thousand stories.
Barefeet Theater launches a performance to examine sustainability in Zambia. Chilufya John discusses a youth camp. International debuts have occurred in Zimbabwe, South Africa, England, and Poland. Dancers prepare for an international children's arts festival in Lusaka.
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Award-winning hip-hop artist Slapdee uses his voice to help raise funds for orphanages; at the Taonga dance studio, the founder helps kids dance their way to a better life.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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