Emmanuel Wabwire, the Founder of Faraja Africa Foundation (Picture: Courtesy)

At the close of this week, Faraja Africa Foundation launched a Digital TV tagged FarajaDTv.

With a focus on creating a youth-centered space, Faraja has created a digital television and platform to amplify African young people’s voices and creativity. Faraja Television (also known as FarajaDTv / FDTv) is opened therefore for all young people in Eastern Africa and the rest of Africa.

FarajaDTv will be available online and on various social media platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and on Satellite cable.

Speaking at the launch event, Emmanuel Wabwire the founder of Faraja Africa Foundation said: “It is such a platform as we Faraja Africa Foundation have created to arise and air out youth voices in East Africa.

“One of its major missions is to promote a social entrepreneurial culture among the youth development initiatives by targeting not only a young audience but also that of key decision-makers and development practitioners,” he added.

“Therefore, Faraja Television seeks to create a platform for youth to inform, inspire, and empower each other through relevant, trustworthy, and regional-class quality television programs and services. Television is an open platform for all young people regardless in East Africa and not limited.”

Founded in 2013 and registered in 2016, Faraja Africa Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization based in Kampala Uganda.

It focuses on social entrepreneurship, leadership pieces of training, and civic engagement with the use of technology and digital tools. Its studios are located at Queen Chambers, Parliamentary Avenue, Kampala.

FarajaDTv is also available online; I mean it is a digital Digital TV, duhh! Visit their site online by clicking here.