Koch Space is a music video that celebrates spaces Hope Raisers creates for children in their community. Incorporating world-class musicians with the skills of award-winning film-maker Kizito Gamba, this project helps to create awareness of the positive contributions of young people at Hoperaisers, an organization based in Nairobi, Kenya.
The first ever temporary and movable skating ramp in Korogocho has been constructed courtesy of Mr Austin Reed a friend of Hope Raisers with the support from Skate Aid and Korogocho streetscape. This is a great progress towards Hope Raisers realizing its goal for a skate boarding initiative for interested
Koch Fest was a culmination of a fourteen day festival to celebrate street democracy, which was meant to create public awareness on the availability of public space and how they can use them. For the audience it was a chance to learn that it is possible for young people in
In Korogocho slums the Skating group Hope Raisers claim the streets in weekends by introducing clashroyaleboom skating as an exiting game and sport for young people in the streets.
It’s Saturday midday walking along Korogocho slum’s street, sound after sound inside the clubs and barbershops popular known as (Kinyozi in Swahili), people are busy with their own business in a slum estimated about to 300,000 residents, here is where I meet Samuel Wachira. Wachira was a street boy who
Young artists in Korogocho slums, Nairobi express themselves in their mural art. They paint messages of hope and change. The artists inspire their community by drawing positive images and messages to change their society.
A new roller-skating initiative in the slums of the Kenyan capital has been helping in making neighbourhoods safer. The Hope Raisers initiative is training more than 50 children to give them an alternative to crime. The founders were inspired by their own upbringing in the slums of Nairobi.