Thursday, December 20, 2007

FADE (Fight against Desert Encroachment) seeks camerawoman.

Renowned Nigerian environmentalist- Dr. Newton Jibunoh is leading a bright green trail across the Sahara desert with a group of four. As he turns 70 on January 1 2008, this will be Jibunoh’s third and last trip across the world’s largest desert. The objective of the 60 day expedition is to raise awareness on the effects of desertification on desert dwellers, global warming and climate change. The expedition will attract local, continental and international media coverage as part of its objective to shift desertification to the fore front of international climate change discuss.

This is also Jibunoh’s first time to be accompanied by others professionals including an auto mechanic, an IT specialist, a journalist and a camera person who will work together to make a documentary of the experience.


We are seeking an experienced African camera person who is capable of withstanding the ruggedness of the desert and has experience in documentary film making. A female camera person is strongly preferred.


To apply for this position please email your CV and a short compelling essay of why you should be chosen to ebun.olatoye@fadeafrica.org. Remuneration to be discussed upon application.


FADE- Fight Against Desert Encroachment.

5 comments:

Dotun 1:10 pm  

I have heard of Jibunoh and his expeditions in the past. It good to know he is now an environmentalist. I'm just curious to know what kind of car are they using for the travel, and have they consider the impact of the whole travel on the environment in terms of carbon footprints etc. It will be good if this is considered and they try to offset such impact with the benefit of the awareness. It will be a good idea if someone like Jibunoh can start debates on climate change in Nigeria. Especcially with the American-influence 'yahozee' consumerism in Nigeria now.
anyway, its a shame i'm not an experienced camera person (I can learn though) but I'm not a woman ( that i cannot learn), i would have love to join the expedition free of charge, Ill even pay my own travel expenses as long as it is not more than a month. Ill love to see the documentay when its out.

Kiibaati 2:11 pm  

Camerawoman? The desert is a tough safari for even the ablest of men. But, I guess this is a trip of a lifetime

Wakuku 10:03 pm  

The desert would be paradise compared to the chaos of Lagos, hence i should fit good.
www.wakukuw.blogspot.com

Wakuku 10:04 pm  

The desert would be paradise compared to the chaos of Lagos, hence i should fit good.
www.wakukuw.blogspot.com

Wakuku 7:13 pm  

http://www.wakukuw.blogspot.com

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