Support us Develop Youth entrepreneurship documentary
Support Economic Empowerment in Uganda, Uganda
PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND IMPACT
We want to develop a youth entrepreneurship documentary to capture the challenges of youth unemployment and the success stories of young people that have created their own businesses through our entrepreneurship program. This documentary will be featured in our Youth in Business Summit 2015 and in the media to raise awareness on entrepreneurship, advocate for youth and most importantly inspire creativity and innovation, we also hope to bring more supporters and stakeholders on board. We need someone skilled in videography to help us with this a documentary about social impact in Uganda and the rest of the world.
We expect at the end of the work to have a powerful documentary as a tool of advocacy, awareness and inspiration. The feedback from the viewed will tell the impact.
- Brand Design
- Design (Web or Print)
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Industry: Civic & Social Organization
Mission: Economic Empowerment
Size: Small organization: 5 - 25 persons
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