Proposals in Indigenous Communities
This is a proposal that brings us to promote the use of tz'utujil Mayan language in social networks. The tz'utujil speakers do not write in Mayan language in social networks. If they do send messages in Spanish. We hope that by the end of it increase the number of people communicating in their native language writing and social networking. An awareness campaign on the network will be developed and sensitization workshops were moved to the use and strengthening of the language in the media. Especially work with promoters tz'utujil language and youth leaders of each community. Traslate of google
Project Description: Create sustainable sources of employment in time for young entrepreneurs who are loacted in poverty. Consolidate as two successful young entrepreneurs to microentrepreneurs. One of the major problems faced by thousands of young people in Guatemala is the lack of work and oprtunidades, especially in the most humble walks of being relegated but have great ability, skill and values to work successfully in a desenvolverce. That's why this project is aimed at supporting young entrepreneurs from different cities of the country for which I play to work and I got to meet wond
The project will support video and audio production by indigenous peoples in remote northeastern Cambodia. This is so they can document their issues across language barrier (by using dubbing and sub-titling) and upload the video on blogs and websites to reach both national and international audiences. This possible now because a small number of indigenous people have learnt video and audio production, a community advisory group formed, and an indigenous peoples’ media support NGO is being created.
The project will engage indigenous Mbororo women in Akeh Village in the North West Region of Cameroon to voice out the local challenges their community is experiencing due to the adverse effects of climate change using citizen outreach media. We hope to attract actions both locally and internationally to support their adaptation efforts. We intend to offer capacity building on the use of audio recorders, camcorders and other ICT tools for the women to develop their own stories. Their stories will be shared through the Community Radio and online to support their community advocacy efforts.
My proposed project aims at raising the voices of local communities in Block 1 (Exploration Area 1) of Uganda’s oil-rich Albertine Graben. We would like to mentor at least three youth citizen journalists from each of the nine sub-counties that border the block. Block 1, operated by French oil giant, Total, has 75 percent of the 3.5 billion barrels of oil discovered in Uganda. We would like to mentor them on a) how to collect vital information on community issues, concerns and grievances, b) how to use mobile internet and use mobile phones to disseminate such information to the local media, c)
Youth Media Center will provide a platform for disadvantaged youths to discover their talents, develop their skills by training them in the field of multimedia and ultimately securing their life by creating opportunities for employment. Through our programs we will inject and instill the sense of professionalism in their work so that they find a place to market their talent. Helping the youth to become a responsible and productive citizen will be our continuous effort.
We will mobilise the indigenous people, off and online, promote our and rights under the UNDRIP, self-determination development with cultural identity. Use social media like to advocate and assert for our rights, promote & protect our culture, land & resources, manipulated/encroached by dominant cultures and the State – raising our voices to be heard. Organize public rally & online campaigns to implement the Right to Information Act. Make attractive banners/slogans to protest to the government demanding full access to information under the Act. Create platform for internet users.