MASK Awards celebrates the creativity and innovation of young people. Pioneered in Kenya in 2013, it now reaches 15 countries in Africa.
Media Partners: The Star (Kenya),
Citizen TV & HOT 96 Radio
(exclusive media partners for TV & radio )
According to Global Goal 10 'Reduced Inequalities', too much of the world’s wealth is held by a very small group of people, leading to discrimination against the majority. How can we make equality and prosperity available to everyone? How can we make every individual self-sufficient?
Two-thirds of Africa’s young people are unemployed or vulnerably employed. While
10-12 million youths enter the workforce each year, only 3 million formal jobs are created annually. Have you considered entrepreneurship as a career option? Can you generate your own job which you care passionately about?
According to Global Goal 15 'Life on Land', a flourishing life on the land is key to our life and survival on this planet. We have caused severe damage to it through deforestation, loss of natural habitats and land degradation. How can we use our ecosystems in a sustainable way? How can we preserve our biodiversity for future generations?
Winners receive a MASK Awards trophy, cash prizes, and best ideas will be presented to the business and policy communities.
It takes just one idea to change the world.
And it could be you who shapes the future!
Winners receive a MASK Awards trophy, cash prizes, and representation on our MASK Art Gallery with participation in our national and international exhibitions
Innovation shapes the world, but it starts with art.
When people think creatively they think in images. This is why art is essential. Art shapes creativity. Creative people shape progress. When art flourishes the world thrives.
MASK Create is a UK charity No 1128734
Most Innovative Learning Organisation 2020
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