Narrative Change Organisations

Meet the arts, culture and media organisations that have been awarded Africa No Filter Operational Support Grants to support their work in narrative change. They're based in Africa and the Diaspora. 

Asif Sheikh - A24 Media

A24 Media is a pan-African media agency founded by entrepreneur, Asif Sheikh. It has become a leader in narrative changing and how the continent is perceived. A24 Media's Project Support Grant will support Yebo, a Video On Demand platform that delivers African shows, documentaries and features.

Liz Kilili - Creatives Garage

Creatives Garage is an arts collective and agency that was founded in 2013 with the aim of bringing together Kenya’s creative and artistic community. Today, the agency has a community of 13,000 (and growing) creatives that they connect to work and business opportunities. It was founded by Liz Kilili.

Lesedi Mogoatlhe - African Podcast Workshop

The African Podcast Workshop trains and mentors African storytellers, journalists, and creatives to develop a wide range of podcasting production and business skills.

Sylvia Arthur - Library Of Africa and The African Diaspora

The Library Of Africa and The African Diaspora (LOATAD) is a decolonised private library, archive, writing residency, and museum dedicated to the work of African and Diaspora writers from the late 19th-century to the present day

Ayodeji Rotinwa - African Arguments

African Arguments is a pan-African platform for news, investigation and opinion. The platform seeks to analyse issues facing the continent, investigate the stories that matter, and amplify a diversity of voices. While big news organisations break the news, African Arguments breaks down the news.