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AFRICAN SOLUTION TO GLOBAL PANDEMIC: UBONGO

The GFC & AAN have African solution to global pandemic in partnership with ECD-specialist Pan-African social enterprise & edutainment creators, Ubongo.

FUPiVERSiTY: THE ABC'S OF AN AFRICAN ANIMATION CAREER

GFC & AAN COVID-19 RESPONSE: FUPiVERSiTY

FUPiVERSiTY mini-workshops map a path for learners to develop skills in animation (Animation Hacks) and writing for animation (Writing 101) with the curricula developed respectively by Thinus van Rooyen and Garland-Waide Bradford.

The Social Enterprise

The African Animation Network is a pro-profit, talent-driven social enterprise that endeavors to build a sustainable African animation industry.

Core Mission

The African animation industry has the potential to be self-sustaining. The African Animation Network’s primary objective is to empower African animation creators and producers by providing support and advancing social cohesion within the African animation sector.​

Skills Development

Africa has ​a wealth of untapped human capital that only requires training and/or mentorship to unlock its full potential.

Access to Audience:

To procure finance for Afro-centric animated content requires access to audience across multiple territories or countries in Africa.

Finance:

Once human capital is unlocked via skills development and with access to audience, investors will more likely finance projects in Africa with a potential ROI.

OPEN NETWORK PLATFORMS

The African Animation Network has created a series of open network platforms to acheive the goals set out in its core mission.

OUR TEAM

Nick Wilson

Nick Wilson

Head of Projects & Content (South Africa)

 
Garland-Waide Bradford

Garland-Waide Bradford

Head of Communications (South Africa)

 
Comfort Arthur

Comfort Arthur

FUPiTOONS FESTiVAL Director (Ghana)

 
Les Allen

Les Allen

DISCOMICS Head of Business Development (South Africa)

 
Thomas Imboywa

Thomas Imboywa

DISCOMICS Head of Gaming & eSports (Kenya)

Mbuotidem Johnson

Mbuotidem Johnson

Head of Advertising (Nigeria)

 
Mounia Aram

Mounia Aram

Head of Content Acquisitions & Channel Distribution (Morocco)

Doh D. Daiga

Doh D. Daiga

FUPiVERSiTY Head of Skills Development (Burkina Faso)

 

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