Proposals from February, 2013
The project aims at training community media personnel to run an indigenous community blog that will provide updated news about all the development programs and events that take place within Namayina community. The project will empower the media personnel with communication and news reporting skills, use of internet and website blog uploading and pave a way to reach a larger community and share news and experiences in community development.
Kijiji Homes is a project that aims to network children's homes in Kenya in a bid to have them share ideas, opportunities, information and solutions to the challenges they face. Through digital storytelling, the project will focus on telling the stories of the children's homes and the children at the homes to the general public and to the rest of the world. As the homes share with each other, they will better be able to support abandoned children
The project seeks to strengthen the abilities of a group of adolescents and youth who are currently child domestic workers (CDW) or former CDW on the development and dissemination of stories through a radio program and a blog. Adolescents and youth will address issues related to CDW in order to create awarness among the Cajamarca comunity. The issues addressed through the radio and blog will serve to inform, follow up, and intervene.
This project aims at creating an interactive map that pinpoints the too widely scattered community development projects in Cuba. It will contain basic information of each one and the description of its activities through short videos and photo galleries made by journalism students of the University of Havana as part of their training to cover local stories.
The project will provide smart phones to 40 already existing AHURIO network of Legal Aid Community Resource persons (LACORPS) and trained in using web 2.0 tools and other smart phones mobile technologies to monitor, document and report cases of human rights violations in Rural Kyegegwa and Kyenjojo districts. After the training cases of human rights abuses will reduce.
The project entails the recruitment and training of 20 mothers aged between 40-45 years to monitor the activities of the mayor of their locality and report, using their local languages called pidgin to all the councilors and to the central unit of CHAMECC for eventual publication in a blog that will be created for this project. The project will run for six months immediately the municipal elections in Cameroon are done by August 2013.
This Project will be accomplished by the 10 young human right activist through video documentation. CHANAN will trained both male & female from 5 districts of Pakistan. These activist will trained as Video Documentation Officers and will make some video documentaries on the issues of Domestic Working women's Labor issues in Pakistan. Theses documentaries will be presented in front of government, media, civil society etc for the border impact.
College-aged youth involved in Media Clubs will be trained to produce audio podcasts during the Summer 2013 Elections. These podcasts will educate Bhutanese about democracy and cover stories from Bhutan's second-ever democratic elections. Our organization will then create an online hub where all these stories will be posted and distributed to local radio stations. Overall, we hope this project will engage rural youth in Bhutan's young democracy.
The blood revenge is an old painful patriarchal phenomenon which still exists in the Albanian society as a means to establish self justice according to Kanun(law) This project will support women and girls from families in blood revenge to overcome their traumatic experiences by providing them psycho social assistance , vocational trainings in cooking sewing and computer to empower them to be active part in family and society
Our project aims to empower the women of the Nima/Mamobi community, one of the poorest communities in Accra. We hope to train these women to use social media to give them the platform to present their issues to a wide audience enabling them to make a change within their community.