Footage Africa is a human-interest investigative Media base of the youth in technology and arts network (YOTAN) dedicated to in-depth reporting on developmental issues facing Liberia and Africa that are evidence-base.  We pursue stories that have potential for impact and help bridge the gap in the underreporting of human interest and development stories to give Liberians and the world fair and objective coverage of what happen outside of the wall of politics.

Footage Africa produces investigative stories and news cores on the social needs of ordinary people and matters of public importance on gender, environment, education, urban and rural development, the economy, Citizens issues and more.
We brings new dynamism in the way issues affecting communities are gathered and reported through storytelling to ignite and influence national development agenda.

Goal: Our goal is to promote ethics-based media reports on human interest and development stories to fight poverty, improve livelihoods, and build a vibrant society.