Kenya

ChildsPlay International worked and will continue to work in a village in northern Kenya, where there are a very high percentage of orphaned children, mostly due to HIV-AIDS. The person on-the ground, Edward Kabaka, is committed to making ChildsPlayInternational a sustainable event.

For the first time, we conducted a video workshop headed by Sarwar Mushtaq and three colleagues, and gave them three cameras and tripods. This proved to be highly exciting to the children, and they have been making many short films about their lives.

In addition, we worked on telling personal stories and local folk stories. The culminating events took place in February 2014.

ChildsPlay International worked and will continue to work in a village in northern Kenya, where there are a very high percentage of orphaned children, mostly due to HIV-AIDS. The person on-the ground, Edward Kabaka, is committed to making ChildsPlayInternational a sustainable event.

For the first time, we conducted a video workshop headed by Sarwar Mushtaq and three colleagues, and gave them three cameras and tripods. This proved to be highly exciting to the children, and they have been making many short films about their lives.

In addition, we worked on telling personal stories and local folk stories. The culminating events took place in February 2014.