John "Rapasa" Otieno grew up listening to his grandmother sing and dance to traditional Kenyan music. The experience inspired him to embark on a quest to revive the instruments his ancestors had played. Now he helps young people master them.
Bees have always been Kholde Kalume’s passion. He keeps wild bees nearby his village on the Kenyan ocean shore. It has been a worthwhile effort. His income has quintupled and the number of his customers is growing.
Joseph Kangethe is one of Ghetto Radio’s hosts. The former street kid is a true role model of what the radio station stands for. He uses the media to fight for the rights of young Nairobi slum-dwellers.
Kenya's economy has a huge unregulated, informal sector. It includes workers who possess good traditional skills but have trouble marketing them. A Kenyan online entrepreneur is helping them to find work.
From school dropout to an internationally renowned artist and environmentalist: Kenyan Cyrus Kabiru creates beautiful artworks out of trash. He believes that everything deserves a second chance in life. Even junk.
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