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Monday, May 25, 2015



WILBARO 2.0/GWIAN -Climate change is REAL!!!

Wilbaro 2.0 is a continuation of the first performance titled the same that was performed at our performing arts platform called Kipawa Sato, at the Kenya cultural Centre in 2008. Due to its tremendous success, we are the pioneer advocates of climate change in Kenya using performing arts.

Wilbaro 2.0  involves the use of different performing art forms like dance, live music, drama, and acrobatics… to spread out GWIAN‘s vision about environmental issues.. 

WILBARO 2.0 comprises of a powerful team of 20 artistes, fusing their talents to bring UNITY to combat Climate Change.
GWIAN is an association of artistes who have come together to develop artistic approach towards environmental education,  reduction of  poverty level through providing Eco-friendly activities that will uplift a common life in the community. GWIAN is more than awareness and educative program, but a fundamental development initiative.

Graph shows the drastic rainfall drop across Africa as a result of climate change

Climate change is one of the world major threats now. Responsibility of educating the community, creating awareness and coming up with Eco- friendly activities that will  work with an aim of keeping  the environment clean.

Drop in rainfall results in droughts that affects farming
 Talents are neglected in many regions. There is a great need to identify nature and develop these talents to international standards.
GWIAN with its projects works to create Eco-friendly opportunities that help educate, empower and grow the community to a healthy sustainable safe future.

Subsistence farming is the main source of food in Africa

By involving local artistes in our workshops and performances, GWIAN wants them to become Agent of Change. Artistes can spread information about global warming issues through their performing art and reach the entire population.

Here is a preview from WILBARO 1.0 ;

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