WAYout provides digital media training to young, disadvantaged people in Sierra Leone. Now, due to user demand, we want to open a hub where editing systems are permanently set up, electricity is constant, support is on hand, cameras and kit are available and people can meet and share ideas
It ran from 12:00 AM, 1 March 2012 to 12:00 AM, 1 February 2013
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1123777)
Sierra Leone has 70% youth unemployment and many of them live on the street. Partly due to the big give last year, WAYout offers hope to some of those disadvantaged young people in providing arts, media and music training- both to give people a voice and a chance to express themselves and explore issues important to them and to provide training to a professional level to enable some of these young people to get jobs in media or music. Getting them off the street and into meaningful employment
We provide a space with mac computers for design and editing, cameras for shooting and a music studio to record and learn music. It is a place where training is provided to a high standard and where people can meet and share ideas and get the support they
Anyone who wants to create an arts centre for street youth is brilliant, especially if it is sustainable and run by people in the community.
We learnt so much from Brian and we appreciate everything, we thank him very much. Please try to send another person to come and teach us.
Why should someone on the streets not dream of being a musician or filmmaker? Could they dream of this if the facilities were not available to them?
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