Monday, 8 April 2013
Jaison Pasadi shown interest in developing Writing Talent.
The name Jaison Pasadi is familiar in areas of empowerment, indiginization, farming and social and economic projects in and around Harare. He have supported a number of areas of livelihood from farming , the disabled, the talented in sport and other areas of social concern and community development. The entrepreneur burn to realize the development of young people and their interests.
Mr Pasadi have shown again his interest to support the creative writing talent in schools. He has so far joined hands with the project Urban Colleges Writers Prize. The project seeks to identify, motivate and develop creative writing talent in school going generation in Harare and other cities. Mr Pasadi will be sponsoring seminars, media events and other prizes of the Schools/Colleges Writers Contest.
After series of consultative meetings with the project founder and director Mbizo Chirasha. The businessman and renowned politician proved satisfied by the project and its goals ,especially the need to develop creative writing talent and literacy/readership culture in schools. He has already indicated his will and interest to support this noble project.
Urban colleges’ writers’ prize is a project founded by the GirlchildCreativity and they are working with ILSA College and ILSA is a hosting and coordinating partner.
So far the project have gone a long way on its calendar . Since the beginning of March the Organizers have so far held the familiarization seminar with schools and familiarization seminar was followed by a preparatory creative writing workshop for participants so far the organizers will be hosting the judges induction meeting , series of media familiarization , the grand media launch and the Awards and prize giving night towards the end of May 2013.
The workshops have been highly supported by Stationery Box a stationery retail company that is doing a lot of cooperate social responsibilities and have proved their interest in promoting literacy and talent development by supporting GirlChildCreativity since its inception.
The project is taking its shape by time and the coordinators of the event are proud to be working with Mr Jason Pasadi as its Sponsor.
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