Chance for Childhood’s Education, Equality and Empowerment (EEE) project in Rwanda

Posted on 14. Jun, 2015 by in Charity, Featured

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In this film made in January this year, Stroud’s Elizabeth Willmott-Harrop introduces us to disability in Rwanda – where as in much of sub-Saharan Africa it can be a huge hurdle to overcome. For far too many children, it’s the reason they don’t go to school or get a quality education.

Elizabeth writes: “I love the way Chance for Childhood reframes disability: “A childhood should not be defined by disability, instead we believe in ?#?thisability?“. This is the first time I have made a video from start to finish myself – from all the footage to editing the final product. I really enjoyed the whole process”.

See http://chanceforchildhood.org/what-we-do/eee-project for more details about the project.

More films by Chance for Childhood at: https://www.youtube.com/user/chanceforchildhood/videos

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Director and Co-Founder of Stroud Community TV

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