Our Grantees

Our community of Narrative Champions consists of researchers, academics, artists, storytellers, creative hubs and media organisations that we have partnered with through our grant-making.

Narrative Change Convenings

Meet the organisations and platforms we’ve partnered with to deliver robust and timely exchanges, conversations, dialogues and debates about narratives of Africa and how these narratives are built and sustained.

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The next generation of XR creators in Africa

The Future Africa: Telling Stories, Building Worlds is a partnership between narrative-change organisation Africa No Filter (ANF) and Meta, aiming to centre African stories in future technologies. The program, launched in December 2021 as part of ANF's work of supporting storytellers, also sits at the convergence of innovation and storytelling and how XR can tell compelling African stories that are contemporary, narrative-shifting and immersive.

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Kekere Storytellers Fund Champions 2022/2023

Meet the next generation of content creators, wordsmiths, performance artists, visual artists and journalists who have been awarded grants by the Africa No Filter Kekere Storytellers Fund. The storytellers are from Morocco, Madagascar, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Uganda, Nigeria, Guinea, Zambia, and Ghana.

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Kekere Storytellers Fund Champions

Meet the next generation of content creators, wordsmiths, performance artists, visual artists and journalists who have been awarded grants by the Africa No Filter Kekere Storytellers Fund. The storytellers are from Morocco, Madagascar, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Uganda, Nigeria, Guinea, Zambia, and Ghana.

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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. 

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Narrative Change Projects

Meet the Narrative Champions ANF has partnered with to fund storytelling projects that are using art, culture and media to challenge prevailing stereotypes about Africa. 

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