Verses against Hunger/POETRY FOR SOMALIA Special project.
Girl Child creativity Project will on the 29 of September hold a fringe special program ,Verses against Hunger /Somalia to bring the sense of creative social/community responsibility to 20 young female students from its clusters around Harare who have a talent in writing poetry.
Timeline of the Event Sept/ October 2011
Introduction of the Event
-girl child creativity is a project designed to mitigate the Underrepresentation of young female artists /writers in areas of Creative enterprise, performances poetry, literacy and readership Culture development and then Verses against Hunger/ Poetry For Somalia Project come in our Calendar as a special fringe project and arts in using creative social responsibility model through workshops, writing and reading with students in our Clusters
-[ 20 female students] -Hopely farm school -Premier College in Hatcliffe -Chiedza Childcare centre -TAG LIFE ,International
Out reach to the community using creative youth voices Promotion of community engagement through creative arts social responsibility Promoting motivation and readership /literacy through creativity of young girls To cultivate community leadership in young girls -to take a social responsibility in assisting other young people through arts
Writing skills and Verses against hunger workshop September 29
beginning of October /Book printing
Mid October/Book launch
DVD/CD On the fundraising project to be sold for further
Girlchildcreativity project and used
- For community development
- Female poets poetry anthology in Zimbabwe on Verses Againist Hunger/Somalia to develop Children and readership culture and cultivate a perception of social Responsibility
- Half of the money discovered to improve the girl child creativity concept, in terms of its projects, admin, activities and other ideas to further develop the young project.
mbizo chirasha Producer/Initiative Coordinator
0734332309 Or Kudakwashe Shambira Special Projects Asistant email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org