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T&T NGO Videos

NGOs in Trinidad & Tobago telling their stories using video, one of the most effective tools in the communications arsenal:

Adult Literacy Tutors Association of Trinidad and Tobago (ALTA)Interview with Paula Lucie-Smith for the 2012 Anthony N. Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence Laureate in Public & Civic Contributions

Art Connect – “An urban art project, where the students of Success Laventille Secondary School, together with McShine embark on a series of dynamic highly creative community murals in an on going visual dialogue on the walls of Laventille donated by Coconut Growers Association.”

Autistic Society of Trinidad and TobagoAdvert for the organisation (first video) and information about autism and the organisation (second video)


Buccoo Reef TrustYouTube Channel

Creative Parenting for the New EraCommunication Workshop of one of their sessions

Fondes Amandes Community Re-Forestation Project (FACRP): Interview with the FACRP Director

Habitat for Humanity Trinidad & Tobago: Short documentary focused on a Habitat home recipients.

KIND (Kids In Need of Direction): Interview with the founder

The Tall Man Foundation – YouTube Channel
Promotional video about Tall Man Foundation

Trinidad & Tobago Red Cross Society: Informational Red Cross video and youth program (first video) and call for volunteers (second video)

Trini Eco Warriors – YouTube Channel
The Legal Slaughter of Sea Turtles in T & T (Trini Eco Warriors)

Tobago flight – Quarrying in T&T (Trini Eco Warriors)

The Heroes FoundationCall for Volunteers

Soroptimist International of Trinidad & Tobago: Informational video about the organization

The Voice of Lupus Foundation-TTFaces of Lupus Project

Youtube Resources for NGOs:

  • YouTube Nonprofit Program: “Tell your organization’s story through videos on YouTube to connect with supporters, volunteers, and donors. Applying for a designated “Nonprofit” channel through the YouTube Nonprofit Program will help deliver your message to the world’s largest online video community.”
  • NGO YouTube Tips“YouTube is an interactive worldwide community—there are a lot of ways to use the platform to inform people, get them to participate, and grow awareness of your organization.”
  • 5 Ways Non-Profits Can Increase Engagement With YouTube: “Non-profits have been engaging with YouTube for years, but it’s still important to have a specific online video strategy. The following five tips can help organizations maximize their YouTube offering for the most impact.”

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