Beneficiaries’ Engagement and Breakfast Forum

HEVA Fund believes that successful effectiveness in the design of our various programs considerably lies in the adoption of a Kaizen approach that enhances our financial models, as well as the experiences of all involved creative enterprises. And so, we invited beneficiaries of the Cultural Heritage Seed Fund and Women in Creative Enterprise to an Engagement and Breakfast Forum on Saturday 6th July at Tribe Hotel. This was also as a followup to our meeting to celebrate their selection as our first cohorts in both funds, which was graced by the Honourable Cabinet Secretary for Sports and Heritage, Amb. Amina Mohamed.

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HEVA Hosts a Luncheon for Cultural Heritage Seed Fund Finalists

On Tuesday 16th April 2019, HEVA Fund hosted a luncheon for the Cultural Heritage Fund finalists at the Trademark Hotel to celebrate their success. The luncheon was graced by the Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage, Amb. (Dr.) Amina Mohamed, EGH, CAV.

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Selected Projects for the Cultural Heritage Seed Fund!

In collaboration with our partners the British Council, we’re excited to announce the inaugural group of selected projects for the cultural heritage seed fund - a new facility looking to support the seeding of dynamic creative industry projects, which pioneer new ways of creating inclusive and sustainable growth through the sharing and preservation of Kenya’s cultural heritage.

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Uhuru Market Action Research: Project Partner Briefing

HEVA recently signed an MOU with the Government of Kenya to conduct an action research and Centre of Excellence pilot project with Uhuru Market stakeholders. In order to quickly discuss next steps, the British Council convened a meeting in concert with us at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Upper Hill on Friday 8th March 2019. This meeting was to brief several existing and prospective partners for the project.

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