Date(s) - 28/12/2018 - 10/01/2019
8:45 am - 5:30 pm
Categories No Categories
Wildlife of Africa Conservation Initiative, in conjunction with the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival Inc., brings a 10-day workshop to teach Wildlife Photography and Wildlife filmmaker techniques in Nigeria. The training will include practical sessions and free film screening to members of the Nigerian Public, government officials and Students within the period of the Workshop.
This is a Paid Training Workshop. Please Fill the form below this post to register and contact us on 0817WILDAID if you need help in making payment. We, however, do hope that in the event we are able to find sponsorships, we can provide assistance to some category of registrants to participate in the form of a grant. We urge such categories of people to please apply for a grant in a private email to email@example.com indicating if they are a student/photographer/filmmaker/other (Please State), indicating their institution, department and/or course. The grant committee will look favourably on applications that can justify why they should be fully or partially funded and those that can demonstrate efforts to secure additional sources of grants.
We use this opportunity to call on Government and it’s agencies, corporate bodies, marketing agencies, and other Wildlife and Environmental Non-Governmental agencies to consider sponsoring and partnering with us to bring this unique opportunity to Nigeria. This would not only bring awareness on the Wildlife – Plants and Animals of Nigeria but bring alternative livelihoods that abound in the field of Wildlife Photography and Filmmaking in the International community as can be seen in the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival Screenings Worldwide when sights and sounds of Wildlife of Nigeria and others parts of Africa reaches the International stage.
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