The Tangaza project is a youth skills empowerment project working in developing digital skills in film shooting, video editing and production and making inquisitive online contents sensitizing, educating and informational materials focusing on development agenda for the young people in Kenya and around the world. We work on addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) majorly the impact of Climate Change and Gender Equality in the Sub-Sahara Africa.
The Outreach Project aims at equipping children and young adults with artistic skills in performance like dance, music and Acrobatics from the slums of Nairobi in Babadogo, Kibera, Kivuli, Kariobangi, Babadogo and Dagoretti corner.
The project's overall objective to keep children occupied in activities hence distracting them from tough life situations in the slums. This project is supported by Per Agnese, Rome - Italy.
GLOBAL STAY TOURS
The Global Stay Tours project (GST) is a project enhancing digital media to connect young people from Kenya and Denmark through the use of Zoom video conferencing. This project came in 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic which cut off school programs and made traveling impossible thus giving an opportunity to social experiences between groups of young people in Kenya and other parts of the country thus earning a living doing it.
The project gives the young performers from the Outreach Project who have completed school into professional circus performers who later get opportunities in making performances to crowds in Kenya and in Europe. The project prepares themed shows addressing cultural issues and global issues experienced at home. These performances are made in community squares, schools and theatres in Europe
More than 25 children get an educational scholarship through Nafsi's education project supported by Friends of Nafsi in Denmark, Germany and Italy
Nafsi added more female performers through the Manzi Rada project supported by Spor Media which introduced music into Nafsi's activities which had majorly been dance and acrobatics leaving more girls out.
Nafsi Africa in collaboration with Art360 Kibera, Jyderup school and Spor Media made sketches of biodiversity in Kenya focusing on animals and plants in the verge of extinction in Kenya and Denmark. The children took a tour to the Nairobi national park to make the connection.