Vloggers (video bloggers) around the world are registering for the Faces2Hearts vlogging experience. 20 enthusiastic Vloggers will be chosen and taken to unusual destinations across the world to report on how the European Union is changing people’s lives for the better.
The European Commission Department for International Cooperation and Development organised the Faces2Hearts vlogging experience and its main aim is to help end poverty and create a safer, fairer and more prosperous for all.
The first Faces2hearts experience was last year and it took 4 young bloggers on a 5-month journey across 29 countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. The second edition will be this year and this time 20, not 4 vloggers will be taken to Argentina, Bhutan, Cape Verde, Jamaica, Myanmar, Namibia, Pakistan Paraguay, Sierra Leone and The Gambia.
“Due to great interest from enthusiastic vloggers around the world, we have decided to extend the competition until the 27th of May 2019 noon GMT +2.
During the extension period, we will also open the door of Faces2Hearts to younger adventurers starting from 20 years of age.
Good luck and GOOD VLOGGING!”
Last year’s Vloggers were Ariel Contreas, Jean Luc Habimana, Ellie Tomassi and Lauren Kana Chan. They visited 29 countries and revealed often unreported stories of the fascinating people they met and inspiring places they visited, stories of positive change and hope.
If you are in Sierra Leone and you are a video blogger and interested in reporting the unusual this is your opportunity.
Faces2Hearts is looking for you!!!!