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Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults
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Storytelling Hackathon

We believe that our efforts to promote peace, stability and good governance we should lay a good foundation for future peace by teaching, supporting and encouraging young people, teenagers and young adults to learn from an early age the importance of and the necessity and benefits of respect for pluralism, tolerance and for the acceptance of the cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity of Nigeria.

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Storytelling Hackathon

After the Storytelling Hackathon one of the participants from the indigenous Gbari people of Gbayidina community in Gwagwalada area council of the FCT asked us to come to their community to listen to some of their stories which they felt would help to promote peace and stability. They told us that what caused conflicts and instability in their communities was mainly tussles concerning chieftaincy titles and land matters with herdsmen and farmers. Learn more...

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Storytelling Hackathon

We met the Mai Angwar (Village Head) and he sat with us as some of the youths told us stories. We were entertained by Fulani milk maidens with their “Fura da Nono”. Based on the interest shown by the Gbayidina community we are planning towards training some youth from these rural communities and empowering them to produce their short films in their indigenous languages. 
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Storytelling Hackathon

The films will then be subtitled in English to reach a wider audience. That way we will be able to channel the energies of the youth from these rural communities into positive ventures.

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Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults 

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Storytelling Hackathon

We believe that our efforts to promote peace, stability and good governance we should lay a good foundation for future peace by teaching, supporting and encouraging young people, teenagers and young adults to learn from an early age the importance of and the necessity and benefits of respect for pluralism, tolerance and for the acceptance of the cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity of Nigeria.
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Storytelling Hackathon

After the Storytelling Hackathon one of the participants from the indigenous Gbari people of Gbayidina community in Gwagwalada area council of the FCT asked us to come to their community to listen to some of their stories which they felt would help to promote peace and stability. They told us that what caused conflicts and instability in their communities was mainly tussles concerning chieftaincy titles and land matters with herdsmen and farmers. Learn more...

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults

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Storytelling Hackathon

We believe that our efforts to promote peace, stability and good governance we should lay a good foundation for future peace by teaching, supporting and encouraging young people, teenagers and young adults to learn from an early age the importance of and the necessity and benefits of respect for pluralism, tolerance and for the acceptance of the cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity of Nigeria.  

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Storytelling Hackathon

After the Storytelling Hackathon one of the participants from the indigenous Gbari people of Gbayidina community in Gwagwalada area council of the FCT asked us to come to their community to listen to some of their stories which they felt would help to promote peace and stability. They told us that what caused conflicts and instability in their communities was mainly tussles concerning chieftaincy titles and land matters with herdsmen and farmers.

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults Learn more...

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Storytelling Hackathon

We believe that our efforts to promote peace, stability and good governance we should lay a good foundation for future peace by teaching, supporting and encouraging young people, teenagers and young adults to learn from an early age the importance of and the necessity and benefits of respect for pluralism, tolerance and for the acceptance of the cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity of Nigeria.
. Learn more...

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Storytelling Hackathon

After the Storytelling Hackathon one of the participants from the indigenous Gbari people of Gbayidina community in Gwagwalada area council of the FCT asked us to come to their community to listen to some of their stories which they felt would help to promote peace and stability. They told us that what caused conflicts and instability in their communities was mainly tussles concerning chieftaincy titles and land matters with herdsmen and farmers. Learn more...

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults

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Storytelling Hackathon

We believe that our efforts to promote peace, stability and good governance we should lay a good foundation for future peace by teaching, supporting and encouraging young people, teenagers and young adults to learn from an early age the importance of and the necessity and benefits of respect for pluralism, tolerance and for the acceptance of the cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity of Nigeria.  

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Storytelling Hackathon

After the Storytelling Hackathon one of the participants from the indigenous Gbari people of Gbayidina community in Gwagwalada area council of the FCT asked us to come to their community to listen to some of their stories which they felt would help to promote peace and stability. They told us that what caused conflicts and instability in their communities was mainly tussles concerning chieftaincy titles and land matters with herdsmen and farmers.

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults . Learn more...

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Storytelling Hackathon

We believe that our efforts to promote peace, stability and good governance we should lay a good foundation for future peace by teaching, supporting and encouraging young people, teenagers and young adults to learn from an early age the importance of and the necessity and benefits of respect for pluralism, tolerance and for the acceptance of the cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity of Nigeria.
Learn more...

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

After the Storytelling Hackathon one of the participants from the indigenous Gbari people of Gbayidina community in Gwagwalada area council of the FCT asked us to come to their community to listen to some of their stories which they felt would help to promote peace and stability. They told us that what caused conflicts and instability in their communities was mainly tussles concerning chieftaincy titles and land matters with herdsmen and farmers. Learn more...

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

We believe that our efforts to promote peace, stability and good governance we should lay a good foundation for future peace by teaching, supporting and encouraging young people, teenagers and young adults to learn from an early age the importance of and the necessity and benefits of respect for pluralism, tolerance and for the acceptance of the cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity of Nigeria.  

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Storytelling Hackathon

After the Storytelling Hackathon one of the participants from the indigenous Gbari people of Gbayidina community in Gwagwalada area council of the FCT asked us to come to their community to listen to some of their stories which they felt would help to promote peace and stability. They told us that what caused conflicts and instability in their communities was mainly tussles concerning chieftaincy titles and land matters with herdsmen and farmers.

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

From September 29th to October 4th 2019 we held our story telling Hackathon. We had 75 registered participants who worked together in teams to build and create stories that would be used for the hands-on training. We had stories from participants from Benue state, Niger state, Kano state, Kaduna state, Plateau state, Borno state and Kogi state. During the Storytelling Hackathon we created a special storytelling team that was made up of secondary school students, teenagers and young adults 

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Storytelling Hackathon

We believe that our efforts to promote peace, stability and good governance we should lay a good foundation for future peace by teaching, supporting and encouraging young people, teenagers and young adults to learn from an early age the importance of and the necessity and benefits of respect for pluralism, tolerance and for the acceptance of the cultural, linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity of Nigeria.
Learn more...

Mobirise

Storytelling Hackathon

After the Storytelling Hackathon one of the participants from the indigenous Gbari people of Gbayidina community in Gwagwalada area council of the FCT asked us to come to their community to listen to some of their stories which they felt would help to promote peace and stability. They told us that what caused conflicts and instability in their communities was mainly tussles concerning chieftaincy titles and land matters with herdsmen and farmers. Learn more...

Address

NO, 16 Zone street  Cele Road, Ijayapi
Byazhin Across, Kubwa
Abuja FCT
Nigeria 

Contacts

Email: centerforchangandcommunity development@gmail.com 
Phone:  +234 818 397 0980
+234 803 892 5717  
Fax: +1 (0) 000 0000 002

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