Upon learning that just 1% of women worldwide with disabilities are literate, we set off on a journey to explore how the rights of disabled girls towards education are protected in Africa. Our camera followed through the eyes of our presenter, Sarah, who visited a school for the disabled in Africa.
A filmmaker under shakers Filmz pro also doing graphic design and an advocate with kiryandongo Video Advocates (KVA)
Very passionate about community developmental initiatives and willing to serve and learn from various opportunities available
This short film takes a deep look into the Refugee Women's Alliance Organization located in Seattle, Washington. It focuses on their Youth Program's emphasis on good, equal education for everyone and acknowledges the struggles of their female students and what they do to overcome.
The film follows two girls' lives that turned upside down after getting early pregnancies and where shut out by their men and families. together they united and fought hard for their education and independence against all obstacles and also fought for their fellow girls in similar situations
Savithri, 37 years old, works as a Janitor in many places with an income of less than $100. She struggles to educate her 2 sons and a daughter only to make sure that they get a good job to overcome poverty.