The Irede Foundation provides prosthetic limbs for children in Nigeria; 80% who visit the foundation had a mismanaged fracture that required amputation. Chigbu explains how her daughter Bulah inspired her to help others. Anukam Victor molds Kamsy's leg to ensure a perfect fit.
Impoverished children in rural Lagos gather to practice choreography. The "Dream Catchers" are nine children who currently live with Oluyole; she provides food, clothing, education, and shelter. Naomi Campbell visits the dance academy and brings food and school bags.
"WeCyclers" creates a viable business model for plastic recycling in Nigeria. Adebiyi-Abiola relinquishes day-to day-operations to her brother and accepts a position with the Lagos government. The King and Queen of Belgium present the non-governmental organization with the King Baudouin African Development Prize.
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Topics for this film include providing prosthetic limbs for amputated children; giving children a better life through dance; and WeCyclers' incentivized collection program that has people in Lagos excited to recycle.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
Prices include public performance rights.
Not available to Home Video and Publisher customers.
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