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Win the KENAKO Award 2016 in Berlin!

You are active in a project with connection to Africa, either in Germany or in an African country? Would you like to present your work to a great audience? And at the same time have the chance to win a flight ticket to Africa? Then you are perfectly right at the Bridgebuilder’s Fair 2016!

 The Bridgebuilder’s Fair takes place every year in the course of the KENAKO Africa Festival, directly on the Alexanderplatz in Berlin. Its goal is to communicate the valuable and diverse work of organisations, private individuals and initiatives with connection to Africa to a big audience. The KENAKO Festival is visited by around 5,000 people a day!

This year, the Bridgebuilder’s Fair will take place from 10-12 June and participation is free of charge. The highlight of the Fair is as every year the KENAKO Award 2016, which expresses appreciation for the great work of all African organisations.

The two best projects will be selected by a panel of experts and receive each a flight ticket to an African country of their choice, sponsored by our partner Brussels Airlines!

Present your work at a booth, gain new supporters and build new contacts not only with other committed people, but also with representatives of funding organisations and political decision makers.

Apply now online on: www.kenako-festival.de/brueckenbauer

Application deadline is 17 April 2016.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us:

Mrs Antonia Reglin,

Phone: 030-97 89 55 36 (Mo-Fr, 10am-6pm)

Email: brueckenbauer@kenako-festival.de,

We are looking forward to your project!

Antonia Reglin/Afrika Medien Zentrum e.V.

For further information visit: www.kenako-festival.de/brueckenbauer
[Photo: Winners at the Fair in 2015; © Linda Dreisen]

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