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    KI-KATUNI CDEA aims to deepen its work on social justice programming through the KI-KATUNI Critical Debate platform, focusing on leadership and governance. The project aims to stimulate artistic innovation through an Audio-Visual Incubator process between cartoonists, filmmakers and musicians. CDEA will broadcast the audio-visual content through Midundo Online Radio and YouTube. Through CDEA’s Facebook page, […]

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    Working at the intersection of culture and human rights, the project will create three multidisciplinary (music, spoken word, dance and food) public platforms for freedom of expression and community engagement at Creatives Garage (Nairobi), AfriKera Dance Theatre Hub (Harare) and Bluez Cafe (Bulawayo). The project strives to present the potential of the arts as a […]

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    LakeHub plans to create a professional environment for makers and a ‘playground’ for them to experiment in. The group will put out a call for makers and creatives from six predetermined categories to showcase their work at an exhibition. The exhibition will focus on the following themes: storytelling, poetry and spoken word, music, visual art, […]

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    Makarao ‘Makarao’ is a satirical 2D animation series that revolves around two fictional police characters, Sgt. Kosgey and Cor. Kip, who are based at Cendrol Police Station in Nairobi. The stories use humour to address social topics that are relevant to the average Kenyan, depicting them in the show through the main characters’ interactions with […]

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    #KenyaTop10 ‘#KenyaTop10’ will take the form of a weekly audio-visual production and social media campaign. Tribeless Youth intends to monitor, research and crowdsource ten of the most critical social issues that are in the spotlight each week and to develop social memory campaigns and digital trends based on specific moments. These might take the form […]

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    Mini-Series Drama Twaweza Communications wants to develop an eight-part miniseries on leadership and integrity that will challenge viewers to expect and demand more integrity from their leaders. The series will explore how the protagonists respond to the moral dilemmas of life and which choices allow them to eventually achieve their goals. The different storylines will […]

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    See to Say The ‘See to Say’ project promotes the right to freedom of expression, education, accountability, transparency, and democratic values and ideas. Zimbabwe has been experiencing a new government management since the November 2017 ‘coup’. Bustop Tv believes that these new developments need to be monitored and that all issues should be made clear […]

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    Tsitsi/Exe-Cute Afro Tokyo will produce a 3D animated short film that addresses the issues faced by people in African society who have the rare skin conditions albinism and vitiligo. The film will follow the story of Tsitsi, a Zimbabwean girl born with vitiligo. The plot follows her journey through life, fighting her way through social […]

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    My Urban Committee ‘My Urban Committee’ is a programme that will feature one presenter and a panel of young people discussing different issues arising within their community. They will cover topics such as survival and crime in ghetto areas, gender equality, and the role of women in society. ‘My Urban Committee’ will provide a platform […]

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    SHE LEADS The Women’s History Museum will create a 20-minute podcast that explores female ‘hidden figures’ in Zambia’s history, who have contributed to the narrative of Zambia’s historical and contemporary trajectory. The group wants to explore how this narrative challenges the notion that gender inequality and women’s exclusion from leadership positions is a cultural norm. […]