Amani Project supports local organizations around the world to provide opportunities for young people to embrace music-making and social and emotional learning as a way to explore emotional health, connectedness, and community engagement.
We build robust programming that is adaptable for Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) and their communities. We do this by focusing on Creative Youth Development (CYD) while also weaving together the expertise of local stakeholders across profession, role, gender, and age. We continue to build capacity with our partners and community members to ensure the longevity of our collective impact.
We believe the combined power of music-making and emotional learning has the ability to help young people understand and effectively communicate their emotions, and develop the resilience and the skills needed to become action-takers and decision-makers in their communities.
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Why donate Bitcoin?
A world where young people use music to amplify the power of their emotions to feel connected with one another. Amani means “Harmony” in Swahili; and while that is a musical term, we also think about harmony as what it can be like to live in a community where everyone has access to what they need to thrive.