Mombasa Hosts Picha Mtaani Picha Mtaani returns to the Coast for two weeks leading up to the election. Heal the Nation film and discussions around voting issues accompany the photos.
Discussions at the Exhibition A discussion begins in front of the exhibition, with passersby and Mudamba Mudamba, Theatre Director and Volunteer Trainer.
Ghetto Radio Spreads the Message As part of the Nairobi event in partnership with Ghetto Radio, Picha Mtaani Founder Boniface Mwangi gives an interview about the exhibition and Heal the Nation film. credit: Robert Munuku
Exhibition Still Evokes Strong Emotions Amani Tour holds a one-week exhibition on Moi Avenue, in conjunction with Red Cross and Ghetto Radio. Glass House Serious Request's theme was VOTE 4 KENYA, VOTE 4 PEACE.
Glass House Serious Request After watching the Heal the Nation film, a volunteer moderator leads a discussion about post-election violence and the coming elections.
Amani Tour Engages Communities Nationwide The tour brings photos, film, social theatre, counselling, and forums to communities across Kenya. Here, a post-film discussion in Rumuruti. In Naivasha and Eldoret, the tour was shut down by local officials. credit: David Mutua
'Heal the Nation' Screenings Across Nairobi's Slums Local volunteers moderate a discussion at one of 1000 screenings of film 'Heal the Nation' organized throughout the slums of Nairobi. Credit: project volunteers
Exhibition Travels to San Diego In San Diego, CA, USA, our partners at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice (University of San Diego) host an exhibition of Picha Mtaani, in the lead up to the election. Click to read much more!