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Meet ISPA's 2016 Global Fellowship Program participant Plot Mhako!

Plot Mhako


Artistic Director, Jibilika Dance Trust

Plot Mhako is a journalist-cum-creative social entrepreneur. He is the founder and director of Jibilika Dance Trust a non-profit organization promoting popular culture manly dance for youth engagement and development founded in 2007 in Zimbabwe. Plot's organisation is empowering the voices of young people through innovative programming, multimedia activism, mentorship and volunteering in schools, communities and works on strategies and trainings to professionalize young upcoming artists. His work includes community outreach, dance training and civic development in an effort to expose teens and youth to new opportunities and potential livelihoods in the face of unemployment, HIV and Drug Abuse. 

We asked Plot to tell us a bit about himself and anything that he would like to share with the ISPA family. Check out what he had to say:

Plot was featured in the “Fellow Spotlight” article in the February 2016 issue of our members only e-newsletter Network. Click here to read the article.

Thank you to ISPA’s Patron and Challenge Campaign Donors for their generous support of the Global Fellowship Program. Learn how you can help support the Global Fellowship Program.