Anno's Africa is a UK based children's arts charity running educational arts projects for children living in slum conditions in Kenya.

The charity was set up in memory of Anno Birkin (www.anno.co.uk) a young, gifted writer and musician who died in a car crash in 2001, just one month short of his 21st birthday.  

Anno's Africa has been operating in Nairobi since 2006 and there are currently over 1500 children participating  in our workshops and in the weekly clubs run by our sister organization One Fine Day.   We are now also working in Northern Malawi with 500 children.                 

VISIT OUR WORKSHOP REPORTS PAGE TO READ ALL ABOUT LATEST WORK


Watch the short film below for a taste of what we do in Africa.

Children from the Anno's Africa programme in Nairobi performing their end of term production in 2010 - filmed and edited by Harry Holm.