Humanitarian Bazaar | Events: Eastleigh Peace Festival
Humanitarian Bazaar produces projects focused on how peope survive war and disaster.
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EASTLEIGH PEACE FESTIVAL

From October to December 2012, Somali hip hop group Waayaha Cusub launched a new round of concerts shaped for outreach to rally youth to turn away from violent extremism in Eastleigh, Kenya. As part of the Somali Sunrise Concert Tour for Peace, Waayaha Cusub combined efforts with Humanitarian Bazaar to produce not only concerts, but also a video and press campaign to help promote peace in Somalia and Kenya. Thanks to hosts Poeri Hotel.