The WIFTIN Film Club is as an extracurricular activity for Adolescent Girls in public and community secondary schools. WIFTIN Film Club, therefore, offers adolescent girls in community secondary schools the needed platform and practical tools to succeed in life.
Due to their low-income background, these adolescent girls might never be able to afford to continue to acquire higher education. However, through this Film club, they will avoid pitfalls such as teenage pregnancy that befall other young girls.
The Film Club is a scalable poverty alleviation and entrepreneurship project. It has been structured to run concurrently with the traditional school curriculum. It provides beneficiaries with a definite option for success. By virtue of being a member of the film club, they can start working on movie locations immediately after secondary school.