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    Call for application : Fully Funded Training in Fundraising for Music Sector

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    Call for application : Fully Funded Training in Fundraising for Music Sector

    All africa
    26 December 2021

    Fully funded training in Resources Mobilisation for Music sector:
    French session from 27 to 30 December 2021.
    English session from 27 to 30 January 2022.
    Eligibility: Music sector artists and professionals from Africa and African diaspora
    Deadline: 12 December 2021.
    Description: CFW is organizing two virtual training programs in “Resources Mobilization and Sustainability”, as a part of the Capacity building Music In Africa Live program, for artists and professionals of the music sector in Africa.
    The training program will be conducted twice one time in French and one time in English and will run each over four virtual sessions from:
    Session one: CONTEXT of Fundraising for the arts and creativity
    Session two: Resources Mobilisation Basics
    Session three: Resources Mobilisation strategy development
    Session four : Resources Mobilisation strategy implementation

    Eligibility:
    Music sector artists and professionals from Africa and African diaspora
    · Based in Africa or from African Diaspora
    · Have at least 2 years of work experience in the Music sector
    · Fluency in French or English
    · Commit to attend the full training program
    Benefits:
    · Fully funded training
    · Certificate of completion of training
    · Automatic and free access to the next RM Digithon meeting (worldwide virtual meet up with art donors and supporters www.rmdigithon.com).
    Application process: no later than 26 December 2021

    About Music In Africa Live

    Thousands of African musicians have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic which has introduced unprecedented lockdowns and restrictions across the continent. African musicians and professionals traditionally make a living from live performances, and now they find themselves in extreme difficulty. The main goals of Music In Africa Live is to support the African Music industry by enabling musicians earning opportunities from digital live performances at a time when many of them have lost their usual income due to the pandemic; to develop critical skills among professionals to enable them to navigate challenges occasioned by the pandemic and lastly to support Music advocacy activities on the continent. The project is supported by the German Federal Foreign Office, Siemens Stiftung and Goethe-Institut. Visit the Music In Africa Live website here: https://www.musicinafrica.net/MIAL