AFRICAN VOICES PLATFORM (AVP)
CURATING AND DELIVERING AUTHENTIC AFRICAN ORIENTED CONTENT
African Voices Platform (AVP) is a South Yorkshire based independent media production organisation.
Our flagship television show airs across the Sheffield City Region on Sheffield Live TV, twice a week on Sundays and Wednesdays at 8:05 pm. We attract a television viewership of between 35,000 and 40, 000 viewers weekly from the Sheffield City Region.
All episodes including dedicated COVID-19 interviews are available to watch from anywhere in the world on our YouTube channel and this website one hour after being televised
We curate and deliver content that is informative, educational and empowering by authentically portraying African communities on the African continent and in diaspora
From Baillor Jalloh, founding CEO
Most Recent News
Ishah Jawaid speaks to Tchiyiwe Chihana about the “Women of Colour Azadi Collective,” a grassroots project for, and by women of colour to come together in Rotherham & Sheffield to heal and work in solidarity…
The first ever Page Hall Festival will highlight diversity in dance, music, poetry and more. The virtual festival celebrating the Page Hall community on 26th and 27th March 2021 aims to reflect the neighbourhood through..
We spoke to Dr. Justina Mutale, former African Woman of the Year about International Women’s Day 2021 and the work that the Justina Mutale Foundation is doing to support African girls in to tertiary education..
African Voices Platform (AVP) is an independent media organisation. Our mission is to curate and deliver content that is informative, educational & empowering by authentically portraying African communities on the continent & the diaspora.
To curate and deliver content that is informative, educational and empowering by authentically portraying African communities on the African continent and in diaspora.
Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund has helped us to produce dedicated COVID-19 content from the authorities, medical practitioners and the community. Thanks to the Government for making this possible