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300,000 Nigerian Youth to be Trained in Film & TV Production

In a landmark partnership announced today, 300,000 Nigerian young people will be trained in film, television, and motion picture production over the next three years. The partnership is between award-winning Nigerian actor, director, and filmmaker, Kunle Afolayan's KAP Film and Television Academy and the Mastercard Foundation. Read on.

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A young man using a clapperboard, a device used in filmmaking and video production to assist in synchronizing of picture and sound. 300,000 Nigerian Youth to be Trained in Film, Television, and Motion Production through KAP Academy and Mastercard Foundation Partnership.

"The Mastercard Foundation's partnership with KAP Film and Television Academy has the potential to enable at least 102,500 work opportunities for youth in the vibrant creative industry in Nigeria" - Chidinma Lawanson, Nigeria Country Head at the Mastercard Foundation


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