Generation Hip Hop is a global, youth empowerment and development program, initiated by the Universal Hip Hop Museum, and the Africa Rising Foundation. The aim is to establish satellite Non profit organisations, under one Hip Hop brand, across the world.
To date, 27 countries have enlisted, and the ambassadors, are in the process of nominating their committees. These entities will comprise of influential artists, performers and intellectuals from all elements of Hip Hop. They are all, invested and committed to the aims of GHH.
GHH will become an influential movement in the new global village. Youth of today especially, need empowerment through something they can relate to, and believe in. GHH aims to harness the progressive talent of otherwise disenfranchised youth, into a collective, dynamic and productive international program, guided by a central committee.
The aims of the program initially will be to set up infrastructures to deal with the symptoms of the world as it is. Our network will enable us to set up pre structured and designed community arts workshops, youth empowerment initiatives, co operative events, programs for conflict resolution, hunger alleviation, edutainment, and especially, refugee assistance.
GHH is also designed to facilitate sustainable, vital, and transparent CSI initiatives. Blue chip and corporate entities will have the opportunity to partner GHH globally, in specifically initiated Cause Related Marketing (CRM) programs. This means that the funds generated for GHH, through the partner, will be acquired through pre designed CRM campaigns endorsed by credible and current personalities, and organisations. These campaigns will be influenced by our global reach, and will be driven independently in each country as well. GHH will perpetuate the UHHM mandate of Peace, Unity and Love, through our initiatives, and international network.
Rocky Bucano, UHHM Oversight
Ndaba Mandela, Chairman
Terence Barry, Director Strategic Partnerships
Raquel Delgado, Director Communications
Ebeline Davids, Company Secretary
Michelle Charters, Woman’s Advocacy
Stefanus Ong Martadinata, Asian Communications
USA, Teddy Tedd
SPAIN, Raquel Delgado
ITALY, Andrea Lazzero
MÉXICO, Alfredo Martínez
UK, Martin Askem
CUBA, Yosmel Sarrías (Sekou)
UGANDA, Silas Babaluku
AUSTRALIA, Robbie Ettelson
GUATEMALA, Rebeca Eunice (Rebeca Lane)
NEW ZEALAND, Caitlin Robb (Kunoichi)
CHILE, Gabriela Deyas
SOUTH AFRICA, Inyambo Imenda
FRANCE, Sebastien Coulombel (Pizko MC)
LESOTHO, Khabo Tumelo (Pele Feela)
PUERTO RICO, Christian Carrion (Nuff Ced)
COSTA RICA, Natasha María Campos (Nakury)
PERU, Rafael Ramírez (Rafomagia)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, Kashmir Jones
ARGENTINA, Cielo Moreno
VENEZUELA, Clara Guilarte (Apolonia)
INDONESIA, Stefanus Ong Martadinata (M’Dee)
ISRAEL, James Chaim Yativ (Jaime)
SWITZERLAND, Andrew Robinson
KENYA, Hustlajay MauMau
DENMARK, Jonas Elwin
TANZANIA, Jimson Julius Kivuyo (GP Rowdix)