Celebrating The First International Day of the Girl Child in Africa

Posted October 9, 2012 Avatar Ugwuja George Odinakachi

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We are greatly involved in the issues of girl child education in Africa. Concerned with the persistence of gender preference, early marriage and child trafficking, we have initiated a Video Advocacy Campaign to address these issues and to push for the accomplishment of UN Millennium Development Goals across Africa. Our back to school film Campaign is made up of youths from different countries, pursuing a common goal. We wish every girl child in Africa could have a compulsory primary education....


Back to School Film Campaign

Posted August 28, 2012 Avatar Ugwuja George Odinakachi

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Millions of Children living in rural villages across Africa are up to Ten miles away from Primary School Locations. Some villages are seperated by rivers and streams, how do these children achieve their basic primary Education. what are the challanges facing their future...in our Back to School Film Campaign, we use films and Documentaries to show the challanges these children face and suggesting possible ways to help them achieve their dreams for the future

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Because we cannot live in expectancy anymore, every day we see children hawking during school hours, and the other children are affected by civil crises, they are displaced and are begging in the streets. We believe the stakeholders have not seen these challenges. That is why we have initiated a campaign to use films and documentaries to show to the world the challenges affecting United Nations Millennium Development Goals in Africa. We have visited a lot of remote villages in...


No More War

Posted September 19, 2011 Avatar Ugwuja George Odinakachi

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EPISODES OF PEACE is a TV Drama I designed to campaign against violence and terrorism in the world. NO MORE WAR is the first Episode .The conception of this series is to use Drama, to inform the citizens on the dangers of violence and terrorism in the lives and economy of the World. With strong team friends from different youth forums like UNICEF Voices of Youths, I picked research materials on the best way to tackle this social unrest in the world. Basing my stories in different regions and t...


Abuja Bomb Attack on the UN Building - Our Nostalgia

Posted August 27, 2011 Avatar Ugwuja George Odinakachi

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I was in-between a scene in my screenplay when I heard an explosion, I quickly rushed to my Radio because I suspected that something had gone wrong. Minutes later, news of an explosion inside UN house a few kilometers away from me filled the air. At first, I was shocked to hear the news and a lot of things filled my mind, I thought of all the effort our new administration is putting to revive our economy and regain confidence for us in the international community, I thought of what other youth l...


The Effects of Climate Change on Achieving Universal Basic Education in Africa

Posted August 10, 2011 Avatar Ugwuja George Odinakachi

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As an African youth, I have been very much involved with in one of the United Nation’s Global Project “ACHIEVING UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION”. I am excited about the mission because it is supposed to enhance the development of African continent. Without the achievement of Education for all in Africa, our plight for science and technology, medicine, philosophy and economics can never be achieved. Earlier this year, I launched a research with other youth leaders across the globe to investi...


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    A youth leader, Activist and a screenplay story writer


    Member since August 10, 2011


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