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Alta to produce interactive animated video
Through the use of traditional and new media, Alta continues to develop innovative strategies to build awareness on adult literacy. They partnered with the Digicel Foundation to access grant funding to develop a short film that will help to remove the stigma that is associated with non-readers.
The new Alta venture will focus on how literacy can improve the lives of students through the production of an interactive animated video, a release said.
In order to offset costs, the association applied to the Digicel Foundation’s Community Engagement Programme, and successfully secured $6,000 in funding to produce the video.
Recently, Digicel Foundation project co-ordinator Diana Mathura visited the Alta headquarters in Belmont to meet the team and understand the vision behind the initiative.
Alta was established in 1992 and thousands of adults throughout T&T have been able to access free classes to improve their reading and writing skills.
Through these classes, individuals have gone on to become more self-reliant and have been able to build on their literacy skills, thus giving them a sense of empowerment and a boost to their self-confidence.
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