Schedule

KAN Festival Program/Schedule

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TICKETS

ALL Tickets will be sold at the gate – festival venue.

Day Pass
$10
  • Workshop Session
  • Film Screening
  • Performance
  • Discussion
  • Networking

Daily except for Friday

Festival Pass
$30
  • Workshop Session
  • Film Screening
  • Performance
  • Discussion
  • Networking

For 4 Days

Friday Ticket Only
$20
  • Closing ceremony and performance by Aslay

 

Children below 15 year accompanied by full paying adult free

Student Rate for Friday Only
$10
  • Workshop Session
  • Film Screening
  • Performance
  • Discussion
  • Networking

Also In Attendance Will Be:

Valerie

Valérie Ekoumè

Afropop Artiste

BIOGRAPHY

Stepping into Valérie Ekoumè’s world will be one of the most interesting and fulfilling experience you may have. In her colorful world, Love is king and Afropop is the music she choose to express.

After the great success of her first CD “DJAALE” and CD release performances that brought her from Japan to big European stages as Afrika Festival Wurzburg or Den Atelier Luxembourg, she is now about to release her second opus “KWIN NA KINGUE”.

In this new album, Valérie EKOUME digs more into her cameroonians roots. The result are powerful and original songs mixed with Bikutsi or even Essèwè- traditional Cameroonian music- . So get ready to dance !

After 8 years of backing vocal ( c’est le bon mot ?) with Manu Dibango in Soul Makossa Gang, Valerie continues to stand and use her own voice. Welcome into her colorful world, where traditional music is a real base and love is the answer.

Raymond Mosha

Prof. Raymond S. Mosha

DVCAA, Mout Meru University

BIOGRAPHY

Prof. Raymond S. Mosha is currently the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (DVCAA) at Mount Meru University, (MMU) Arusha, Tanzania, and a member of the Arusha City Council.
His area of specialization and expertise is Philosophy, Ethics, African Philosophy and Culture, Research Methods, and the general Humanization process. He has taught at several universities in the USA, Kenya, Finland and Tanzania.

He has profound interest in the area of Education, which for him means a holistic formation of the human person: spiritually, intellectually and physically. He believes that education should inspire and motivate a learner to attain the following foundational cornerstones: become intellectually engaged, socially responsible, ethically grounded and globally connected.

Besides serving the people of Lemara Ward in the Arusha City Council, and as DVCAA at MMU, Prof. Mosha also teaches part-time at DePaul University Chicago, USA (online); Tumaini University, Makumira, Arusha; Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology; and Jamk University in Jyvaskyla, Finland.

He published his first book in 2000, and has written two book chapters in two books, all published in the USA, in addition to numerous publications in recognized international journals. He plans to publish his second book in 2018.

Mama Africa Arusha

Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie

Pan-Africanist

BIOGRAPHY

For the past 28 years, Rosemary Olive  Mbone Enie, a Pan Africanist, Geologist, Environmentalist and Gender Ambassador, has been actively involved in Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, Environmental Education and Management projects across Africa.

She has initiated several Pan African projects such as the Pan African Eco-communities Network (PEN), Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE) Nigeria, Pan African Climate Education (PACE) Centre, Ghana, First Ladies Action of Climate Change (FLACC) Africa, Green Schools Campaign, Tanzania, Tunza Afrika Program (TAP) etc.

Ms Mbone Enie has 23 years experience, working on Gender and Development issues across African communities.  In March 2014, the European Union (EU) under the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP), nominated her as an exceptional woman representing Africa. She has been following the International Climate Negotiations for the past 19 years participating in the Poznan 2008, Copenhagen 2009 and Durban 2011 Climate Summit.

Her main interest is working with the Most Vulnerable Groups (MVGs) such as women, youths, children, the elderly and people with disability (PWD). Her specific interest is to promote green economic development, ethical and fair trade, working with African women, youths and children as agents of change to promote sustainable livelihoods, sustainable development and resilient community building across the African continent, for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Africa Agenda 2063.