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World Bank #YouthActOnEDU Spoken Word Competition

World Bank #YouthActOnEDU Spoken Word Competition

The World Bank is supporting countries in West and Central Africa in increasing access to education and improving the quality of learning over the next three years.  As part of this new regional education strategy, the World Bank Group is launching a poetry competition – #YouthActOnEDU Spoken Word Competition. This is to showcase the importance of education and access to quality learning for young people in Western and Central Africa.

The strategy focuses on the common challenges within a highly diverse region. And covers all the sub-sectors of education, including formal and informal, technical, and vocational education, as well as higher education. It prioritizes interventions based on the potential to make the most significant impact within a three-year timeframe. In addition to building on lessons learned and best practices from the region and across the world.

The World Bank wants to hear from YOU! Share a creative, inspiring, and artistic 1-minute video of yourself reciting YOUR ORIGINAL POEM for the chance to get featured on World Bank’s social media channels.
Through poetry, show and tell the world how can education unlock your potential and/or impact your community?

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Eligibility

  • A citizen of a Western & Central African member country (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Ghana, Equatorial, Liberia, Guinea, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Togo)
  • You must be between 18 and 35 years old
  • *We strongly encourage diverse, untraditional, and unheard voices to enter this competition
  • *Bank staff including its consultants and their immediate family members, contractors and their employees are not eligible to participate.

Video Submission Guidelines

  1. Upload a 1-minute video of yourself reciting your original poem.
  2. Your poem should answer the question: how education can unlock your potential and/or impact your community.
  3. Record yourself in a quiet place (no music or background noise). Listen to your audio before you upload to make sure we can hear you well. Please note that no other persons are allowed in the video with you.
  4. Make sure the video is not shaky, the camera must be still while filming.
  5. Ensure your video is artistic, original, and creative. Your videos must not have been previously published or used for commercial purposes. Such purposes may include private sales or videos used in monetized platforms. All your content must be original, including any music in the video.
  6. Do not add any graphics, text, or captions. If you need to perform your poem in sign language, you are welcome to do so.
  7. Film in landscape mode.

See also, The Tony Elumelu Storytellers Fund (Up to $2000 in Funding).

Competition Prize

The top five final selected entries will be published on select social media platforms of the World Bank and awarded a prize.

Application Deadline: July 20, 2022. Apply for the #YouthActOnEDU Spoken Word Competition here now or visit the official competition website here.

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