Three Dot Dash PSA Features Teen Leader’s Sports Equipment Contribution to Uganda

Three Dot Dash PSA (0:30)

Three Dot Dash is a yearlong global initiative of the We Are Family Foundation that supports teen leaders around the world who are doing projects that help promote a more peaceful society by addressing one or more basic human needs: food, water, health, shelter, safety, education and environment.

Every year, Three Dot Dash provides Global Teen Leaders with the tools to expand their impact and learn how to better tell their stories from prominent leaders in order to gain media attention and public support for their projects.

Who Am I? The above PSA features Sebastian Roberts, who, in 2006 under the Bavubuka Foundation, organized fundraising efforts to purchase 300 pounds of sporting equipment and to fund shipment of the equipment to Uganda. In March 2008, he completed another three-month journey to Uganda to distribute over 1000 pounds of sports equipment and to educate the youth in sports and sportsmanship.

He is currently working on an HIV/AIDS prevention campaign called We Got Skillz that included a large-scale event in Uganda the first week of December 2008 that brought together international performers and those involved in music, basketball, dance and fashion to advocate for safe sex (Three Dot Dash).

Video added to YouTube: February 3, 2009