Participatory Media Projects

Participatory Media Projects

PARTICIPATORY VIDEO TRAININGS

Participatory video as a monitoring and evaluation tool
Process enables the capturing of valuable qualitative data often missed or escapes traditional monitoring and evaluation methods. A projects life cycle and the most significant change stories overtime and space are captured.

Participatory Video as a research tool
Effective in mobilizing and engaging participants. Participatory video and the most significant stories and Best Practices Aim Enables participants to select and document most significant stories and Best Practices.


Participatory video and women/girls rights

Objectives:
Raising awareness on the provision in law/constitution and international protocols regards women/girls rights Raise awareness on the laws aligned to the constitution and the implication to women and children Using participatory video in a Campaign to end Girl Child Marriages

Read More: The Girl Child-Ending Obstetric Fistula Amoung Girls/Women

Participatory Video and Women’s and Children’s Voices
Objective: Amplifying women’s and Children’s voices


Participatory Video and Empowerment

Aim
To expose participants to a process of media production which does not place emphasis on the end product (the video film) but on the methodology of media production which builds confidence, skills and provides information, builds community solidarity and provides space for participants to make collective decisions to tackle their own development.


Participatory Video and Civic Education

Aim

  • Promote Participatory Civic Education
  • Promote constructive citizen engagement with government/non-government institutions
  • Participatory Video and the Constitution
  • Citizens more informed about their rights as enshrined in the constitution of the Country

Participatory Video and Health Education/Promotion

Aim
Tool used in public awareness, educating, providing information particularly on sensitive issues, promotion of good health practices and raising awareness of preventative measures related to specific diseases or health issues.

  • The Girl Child-Ending Obstetric Fistula Amoung Girls/Women. Read More
  • The Girl Child and HIV/AIDS. Read More
  • Retention in Care and Adherence to Treatment. Read More

Participatory Video and Policy Development/ Implementation

Aim
Enabling participants to raise issues of concern to them in relation to policy issues and its implementation and how they are impacted. Participants able to influence policy development and implementation.


Participatory Video and Indigenous knowledge and practices

Aim
Documenting indigenous knowledge, culture and traditions of communities and sharing with other communities.

  • Recent Projects

  • Participatory video as a monitoring and evaluation tool

    Aim
    Process enables the capturing of valuable qualitative data often missed or escapes traditional monitoring and evaluation methods. A projects life cycle and the most significant change stories overtime and space are captured.

  • Participatory Video as a research tool

    Aim
    Effective in mobilizing and engaging participants. Participatory video and the most significant stories and Best Practices Aim Enables participants to select and document most significant stories and Best Practices

  • Research and documentation

    Aim
    production of material for use during national campaigns Documenting and publication of most significant stories and best practices. Conducting research on topical subjects in-order to determine packaging and content of campaign messages

    Consultancy is offered in the following areas but not limited to:

    • Drafting of an organizations communication strategy
    • Production of print and audiovisual campaign materials
    • Research, data collection and analysis

Our Mission

Africa Women Filmmakers Trust works to advance gender equality and justice through the use of information and communication technologies by facilitating
content production and dissemination that supports girls, women and disadvantaged communities to take informed choices.