The post 2015 Agenda observed the participation of young people in issues regarding sexual
reproductive health, education for girls, youth being disproportionately affected etc.
Back to School Film Campaign is following up with the Agenda and on that regard, we are seeking more collaborations from both local and international organizations working on health related projects to provide Video updates on HIV AIDS, TB, Poor Nutrition etc. this will help the world make better decisions and determine the most pressing needs of the poor African families.
Our Video Advocacy campaigns on this note will reflect reports on
specific health-related targets
· Take a holistic, life-course approach to people’s health with an
emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention;
· Accelerate progress where MDG targets have not been achieved and
motivate more ambitious targets for the period to come;
· Address the growing burden of mental illness, and other
emerging health challenges.
As usual, our reports will be Updating the United Nations Task Teams, Government Agencies, Civil Society organizations, Individual philanthropists on the actual conditions of the ordinary African people.
We appreciate collaborations we received so far from both local and international organizations and also appreciate the recognition of our Video Advocacy Efforts in the Consultation reports on Universal Primary Education and Gender Equality.
To contact our Documentary crew, simply call George on +2348038843041
Like our Facebook page to follow-up with our Video Advocacy projects across Africa. www.facebook.com/backtoschoolfilmcampaign
To read more of the 2015 Development Agenda, visit the link below.
Ugwuja George Odinakachi
Founder-Back to School Film Campaign