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Kenya

1st Edition
Kenya joined the region in 2018 and hosted a successful first festival through the Discovery Centre in Nairobi. For five days groups from schools and even a childrens’ home attended screenings and did activities at the Discovery Centre premises. A total of about 100 audience members attended. The festival received attention from the Y254TV channel, a subsidiary of the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation that produces educational youth content for TV shows, as well as a visiting government official who encouraged the centre to expand the festival outside of the city’s borders. After each screening, the centre’s facilitators discussed the film’s themes with the audience to make sure the children understood what they had just watched. They then proceeded to an activity and these included curdling milk, building a solar system model and making your own fidget spinner.

 

Film Selection 2018

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Over 30 pre-jury members with expertise in science education and science communication in the participating countries and in-depth knowledge of the local target audience are closely involved in the selection process. All films are translated and synchronized or subtitled into local languages where necessary to offer access without language barriers.

Our Partners and Sponsors in Kenya

Partners and sponsors

Kenya Discovery Center
UniZulu
Christoph Meyer Science Center
UNESCO
iziko - Museum of Africa
National Commision on Research Science & Technology (NCRST)
Namibia - Scientific Society - Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft
South Africa - St. Andrews School
Coat of Arms
World Feed Programme
Frensch National Research Institut for Sustainable Development (IRD)