Tecboe sharpens future artists

Tecboe has collaborated with Bank Gaborone to empower people in marginalised communities
Tecboe has collaborated with Bank Gaborone to empower people in marginalised communities

In a move that will make a difference in the community, Tecboe, a Botswana-based storytelling art youth company has come up with a corporate social responsibility initiative to empower marginalised groups with globally competitive art skills.

The initiative dubbed, ‘U r worth living’, will see over 200 children from the Old Naledi location in Gaborone trained in creative writing, drawing for animation, cartoons, caricatures, concept art, comic books and general storytelling. “We call this initiative ‘U r worth living’.

As a way to self-fund our community empowerment initiative in Old Naledi where we teach over 200 kids storytelling art for free, Tecboe has diversified art by coming up with an engaging and light-hearted service to boost team morale in the workplace through the use of caricatures.

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