More than 20,000 victims are trafficked through Kenya annually from neighbouring countries including Ethiopia, Somalia and South Sudan. Fatuma’s Voice will be partnering with HAART Kenya to do a Screening on Safe Migration.

This will be a free event at with attendance open to all interested people via RSVP. See this report to find out ow the screening went.

  • Pawa 254: 13th May 2019
  • Memorial Park (Bomb Blast): 27th May 2019 – RSVP
  • Kenya National Theatre: 10th June 2019 – RSVP

Safe Migration and Alternative Livelihoods:

Safe Migration - Memorial Park
Safe Migration – Memorial Park
Safe Migration - Kenya National Theatre
Safe Migration – Kenya National Theatre
Film Screening: Safe Migration and Alternative Livelihoods  HAART Kenya and Fatuma's Voice
Film Screening: Safe Migration and Alternative Livelihoods

EVENT: Film Screening

THEME: Safe Migration and Alternative Livelihoods

TIME: 4:30pm – 8:00pm 

CHARGES: Free Entry (via RSVP)

VENUE: Pawa254 / Memorial Park / Kenya National Theatre

DATE: 13th May 2019 / 27th May 2019 / 10th June 2019

Limited Seats Available
Scenes from Safe Migration Film Screening  HAART Kenya and Fatuma's Voice
Scenes from Safe Migration Film Screening

Educating the Community about Understanding Human Trafficking:

The main goal for this screening is to spark a discussion around safe migration, educate participants on the role they can play and share experiences of victims as well as successful rescues.

HAART Kenya, which is engaged in understanding human trafficking through research has partnered with Fatuma’s Voice for a series of screenings on the same topic.

HAART has already been involved in conducting several research projects and are continuing to monitor new research.

HAART Kenya Preventing Human Trafficking by Creating Awareness:

There’s a huge prevention role that can be played by community groups and individuals. However, we need to create more awareness about Human Trafficking and Safe Migration.

One of the ways we seek to do this is through trainings, forums and film screenings. This helps people to easily identify victims of human trafficking.

REVEALED: How Kenyan girls are trafficked from the country:

PWB Photographer Matilde Simas documents HAART Kenya:

PWB Photographer Matilde Simas documents HAART Kenya, an organization dedicated to ending modern slavery (human trafficking) against women and children in Kenya and East Africa.

Simas spent two weeks photographing their workshops, community, and grief-stricken survival stories. HAART Kenya CEO Radoslaw Malinowski, outlines the organization’s mandate to eradicate human trafficking not only in Kenya but for all of Eastern Africa.

Lawyer Ignacio Lepro outlines the dark process of human trafficking. Sophie Otiende, the Program Consultant at HAART Kenya and liberator of over 300 trafficked women and young girls shares her unforgettable experiences and her pursuit of a better future for women across Kenya.

Learn more about HAART here: http://haartkenya.org/ Created by Danielle Da Silva Directed by Danielle Da Silva Photographed by Matilde Simas Edited by David Coulson

Scenes from Safe Migration Film Screening
Scenes from Safe Migration Film Screening

HAART Kenya Office Address location and Social Media Contacts:

HAART is always looking for individuals who want to give their time and talent to help fight human trafficking in Kenya and east Africa. If you would like to give your time or talent please send an inquiry to [email protected]

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HAARTKenya
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/haartkenya/
LinkedIn: https://ke.linkedin.com/haart-kenya
Website: https://haartkenya.org/
Email: [email protected]
Phone Helpline +254780211113 or +254738506264

If you know about anyone who is in affected by any of these issues: Human Trafficking, Slavery and related abuse, please reach out to the police and related institutions for help. Find out more about HAART Kenya and their dedication to stop Human Trafficking.

Scenes from Safe Migration Film Screening
Scenes from Safe Migration Film Screening