Best Ideas 2021 features all the nominated entries submitted under ‘Submit your Idea’ category. All the entries consist of innovative solutions or propositions for an enterprise that champions the Sustainable Development Goals. They can be on the conceptual, planning, or start-up stage.
Promoting local Musical instruments in our Community.
Published on July 8, 2021 um 17:21
Explain your idea in details:
Question A:- PROMOTING OUR LOCAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS By MR PHILIP OYEBAMIJI EDUCATION (NCE & Bachelors Degree). These are the lists of some of the musical instruments: 1. Primary Rattles (Sekere) 2. Secondary Rattles (Tamborin) These instruments are talking drum, drum set, hone, goje, gong, four corner drums, etc. In view of these, I wish to be selling musical instruments as a distributor in my local community, both western and African musical instruments. People will be coming for training to have knowlwdge about it, also buying the musical instruments in bulk at a cheaper rate, which will enable the young ones to sustain. By doing this, the poverty alleviation will be solved in my commnty and new life changing solutions which serve as social change. All these local instruments promotes traditional and educational system and it could be source of income, large solution in poverty alleviations in our community. The training brings solution in discipline young ones and buying musical instruments at the cheaper rate which could serve as source of income. Active-initially, musical instrument attract both youngs and old when performing on the stage e.g membranophone, chordophone, idiophone, aerophone. It could change the environment or atmosphere. Materials needed a) Getting shop b) Painting c) Big board d) Chairs e) Secretary Explanation of the materials above a) Getting shop:- Renting a shop for the work shop by being some certain some certain amount. b) Painting:- Using different colors which could easily attract the passerby. c) Big board:- Which can easily describe what we are doing, selling or identity, and some construction of musical instruments can be showcase d) Chairs:- These will also add color to the cost of production. e) Secretary:- The secretary will register people and send the form out with necessary informations.
Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development
Question B THE IMPACTS MY IDEA ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 1) Target:- It is to work on both young and adult which could enhance the company and promote the image. The uniqueness of the product can make people to have good relationship. One of the target is to raise up people that can be independence and taking their three meals conveniently. 2) HT student:- One of our target is to build some undergraduate on how to construct our local musical instrument which could be used to sustain their future after school learning. Measure to evaluate success i. Blossom:- When the people in my local community are view the product so far. ii. When I see the life of both the young and adult establishing themselves bas on the new idea. When their social change, creating innovative products presenting new life changing solutions in our community iii. When the impartation is being known in the community, people vow for the products and the company Continuity if there is no gap between the resources and the materials, sure solution of moving from poverty is certain. These will enable an individual to develop their goals this will enable an individual to develop their goals in the local community because there would not be any reason for waking up on beds without laying hands on something. 3) Sustainability of the business:- Presently the company do collaborate with the cooperative society (Oyo future wings) to borrow money for the sustain and develop the workshop. Most of the time the capital used to come from the cooperative to buy some materials in the market while the money will be reformed monthly into cooperative account.
Plans for implementation and sustainability
Question C PLANS FOE IMPLEMENTATION AND SUSTAINABILITY Rattles Procedures:- With the help of the maker, rattle is very simple for any interested person to construct, when the gourds is ready for the use after trimming and polishing, the twine would be tied round the neck of the gourd. Then the bead would be fixed into the twine with the hand or needle depending on the method approach until reaches a satisfactory proportion. After which the twine will be adjusted and tied at the bottom of the gourd. These are the materials for the construction:- 1) Gourd:- Called akeregbe by Yoruba people. 2) Beads:- The two or three colors can be used. 3) Twine:- It is used to hold the beads that surround the body of the rattles. 4) Knife:- This is used to trim the edge of the gourd to beautify before the application of the twine and beads. 5) Candle and matches:- The candle will be used to trim the edge of the twine which will result in gripping the end of the twine going through for the easy presentation into the beads. 6) Vanish:- It is a carpenter instrument used to shine the gourd in other to beautify the rattles (sekere) 7) Needle:- It is a metal of about three inches used to weave the twine going through the beads.
Question D:- INFORMATION ABOUT MY SELF Mr Oyebamiji Philip Oluwole is a native of Ejigbo (ile bara isale) and ancient city surrounded by hills and share its boundary with oshogbo osun state. He attended Apete primary school, Ibadan oyo state. The apostolic grammar school, Ogbomosho, oyo state. They later proceeded to have (NCE) Nigerian certificate in education where he study Music/visually impaired. Also proceeded to Ado-ekiti university, where he obtained (BA ED) in music education. It deep interest in encouraging the young ones to develop Their interest towards local musical instrument both the youths and adult can benefit. He is one of the instructors in oyo music explosion, oyo, oyo state. They always participate a mission wides Baptist, Iwo, Osun state. Henceforth he has trained many people in his local environment. He helds seminars in churches, associations, conferences, and convention at large. Mr Oyebamiji Philip Oluwole is a currently music director, organist, in cornerstone Baptist church, Odo-eran Owode Oyo, Oyo state. He has music school where the following courses are offered e.g keyboard, sekere, conducting, konga, drumset, tambourine, gong, talking drum, four corner drums etc. SAKARA DRUM:- Procedure: - the earthen were made of clay soil which must be a circle shape. The goat skin must be soaked inside the water for some minutes before it can be soften. After which the goat skin is used to cover the clean frame and the threated is used to tighten each around frame. The piece of palm front shape and inserted into the holes created on the skin show as to make tight and firm. The left-over skin would be trimmed in order to make it neat.
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