**The two case studies below are for illustrative purposes only and does not represent actual clients or projects. It is intended to demonstrate the type of work I do and the results I can deliver.
**The case studies below are for illustrative purposes only and does not represent an actual client or project.
It is intended to demonstrate the type of work I do and the results I can deliver.
A UNESCO funded project is aimed at preserving and promoting West African cultural heritage. This project focused on promoting cultural literacy and building stronger connections to heritage for communities in the region.
Two West African communities had limited access to educational resources that accurately represented their history and cultural identity. This lack of representation and cultural literacy was causing a lack of pride in cultural heritage and leading to cultural erosion.
To address this challenge, I worked with local historians, cultural experts, and educators to develop a series of story based learning materials. These materials were designed to be engaging, culturally relevant, and accessible to communities across West Africa.
The story based learning materials were well received by communities and educators, with many reporting that they helped to promote greater understanding and appreciation of West African history and culture. These materials have been widely used in schools, community centers, and cultural institutions, helping to build a stronger sense of cultural identity among West Africans. The success of this project has led to increased support for similar initiatives, further promoting the importance of cultural heritage in the region.
I worked for a non-profit organization focused on promoting cultural heritage and identity among diaspora communities. This organization aimed to help connect diaspora communities to their cultural roots and promote greater understanding of cultural heritage.
West African diaspora communities often struggled to engage with their cultural heritage due to lack of access to resources and limited connections to cultural institutions in their ancestral homelands. This was leading to a sense of cultural disconnection and disconnection from cultural heritage.
To address this challenge, I worked with local cultural experts and community leaders to develop a web-based cultural resource. This resource included historical materials, cultural artifacts, and interactive educational tools designed to help diaspora communities engage with and understand their cultural heritage.
The web-based cultural resource was widely used by West African diaspora communities and was seen as an important tool for promoting cultural literacy and connecting people to their cultural heritage. This resource has helped to build a stronger sense of cultural identity and pride among West African diaspora communities, promoting greater understanding of cultural heritage in the region. The success of this project has encouraged similar initiatives in other diaspora communities, helping to promote cultural heritage and identity globally.