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Alhassan Abdul Washeed

Tamale, Ghana
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About Alhassan
Alhassan Abdul Washeed is a multifaceted journalist and regional correspondent for United Television (UTV-Ghana), based in Tamale, Ghana. His reporting has shed light on significant health issues, such as the challenges surrounding kidney disease, with a particular focus on the difficulties faced in terms of affordability and accessibility in Ghana's Northern region. Alhassan's dedication to journalism is matched by his passion for the film and television industry, where he has made considerable strides in development, especially in Northern Ghana.

In addition to his journalistic endeavors, Alhassan is a skilled cinematographer and filmmaker, proficient in using post-production tools like Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Photoshop. His journey in media was marked by overcoming financial and geographical obstacles, which fueled his determination to succeed in video production. He honed his skills at the Academy of Screen Arts and furthered his education through online platforms such as Creative COW.

Alhassan's commitment to media education is evident in his role as a lecturer in video editing and cinematography at the Tamale Film and Television Academy (TAFTA). His vision for TAFTA is not only to establish it as a digital hub for journalism and production training but also to empower the local youth and promote their culture. Through his work, Alhassan aims to provide opportunities for aspiring media professionals in the region, ensuring they have access to the knowledge and tools necessary to excel in the industry.
Languages
English
Services
Interview (Video / Broadcast)
Skills
Current Affairs Film & Theatre Entertainment & Celebrity
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Portfolio

The Rise of Video and Television Production in Northern Ghana

04 Apr 2024  |  creativecow.net
The article discusses the burgeoning video and television production industry in Northern Ghana and the establishment of the Tamale Film & Television Academy (TAFTA). The author shares a personal narrative of overcoming financial and geographical barriers to pursue a career in video production, including studying at the Academy of Screen Arts and learning through online resources like Creative COW. TAFTA was founded to address the lack of accessible media education in Northern Ghana. It offers practical training in various aspects of film making and has produced graduates who have gone on to work in media or start their own businesses. The academy started with minimal resources but has grown to include more equipment and facilities. The author envisions TAFTA as a future digital hub for training in journalism, video, and television production, empowering the youth of Northern Ghana to share their culture and find employment in the industry.

As Cases of Kidney Disease Rise in Ghana, Patients Face High Costs, Limited Access to Care

30 Oct 2023  |  voanews.com
The article discusses the global issue of kidney disease and its impact on mortality rates, highlighting the lack of affordable and accessible care as a major problem. The National Kidney Foundation in the US points out that kidney disease results in millions of deaths each year worldwide. The article then focuses on Ghana, specifically the Northern region's Tamale Teaching Hospital, where there is a rising number of kidney-related cases. The report suggests that the challenges faced in Ghana are reflective of the broader issue of cost and access to kidney care.

Promo for the Washing Bay TV series

History and challenges of the Northern movie industry of Ghana

New born care in Northern and Savanna Regions

Documentary on the impact of the Complimentary Basic Education program in Kpandai district of the Northern Region

Video Documentary for the Women Development Integrated Organization (WIDO) on building capacity for the rural poor

Video Documentary on irregular migration in the Bono East Region of Ghana

Documentary for Kosmos Ageitech Challenge 2023

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