We successfully documented events/activities and organized online awareness-raising campaigns, such as:

  • Covered the Talent search competition “Kakuma Got Talent season one to four” to showcase all the talented refugee artists to the world;
  • Covered several youth self-initiatives such as sport competitions, meetings, cultural and arts activities, and others to share information and send positive image;
  • Developed an online campaign to promote gender equality during the 16 days of activism against GBV and for the International Women Day;
  • Documented the meeting between refugee youths and several high profile visitors missions;
  • In partnership with AAHI, DRC, NRC and other organizations, we covered the “Livelihood week in Kakuma” event to gather information on livelihood opportunities for youth and share it with them.
  • We covered the kakuma premier league 2016-2017 and now covering the kakuma premier league 2017 – 2018
  • In 2017 we won the youth initiative fund from UNHCR Geneva through a proposal writing that involved over 200 global youth proposals in Geneva and the fund was implemented to fight against early marriages in Kakuma and establishing a media house where youth will be accessing the internet for online learning and many more research online that will benefit their lives and get in contact with their relatives/ siblings back home
  • On 1st/Jan/2018 the media house that  was  funded under youth initiative fund was officially launched and we got the idea of assisting a number of teenage mothers and orphans with a free basic course of computer and we managed to form a class of 20 students and we also opened a media class to assist our fellow refugees to be able to tell their own stories and it is covering the bellow packages: History of media, videography and photography, script writing and video editing and we managed to form a good class of 15 students in media.
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