NAICCON, Our Cultural Heritage Seed Fund's Latest Grantee

NAICCON (Nairobi Comic Convention) is behind East Africa's biggest comic convention and our latest Cultural Heritage Seed Fund grantee! In the past, NAICCON has successfully held 6 events with over 6,000 enthusiastic artists, illustrators, comic book lovers, animation artists, you tubers, cosplayers, gamers and movie lovers being in attendance.

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HEVA Fund's Ota Delivers First Project

Ota, HEVA’s programmatic focus on women in creative enterprise run its first project this past week (read more about Ota here). In partnership with the Urgent Action Fund - Africa, we held the Mombasa Edition: Business Strategy Workshops, which focused on growing Mombasa based, women-led and women-owned businesses in a range of creative industries.

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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.

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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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