Rei Foundation will support the Joint Technical Symposium in March 2016, an international symposium for audiovisual professionals working in the fast-evolving fields of preservation and access.
Menes La Plume tours his new album, Far From Home, throughout Malawi. The tour will take him all over the country and culminates at the Tumaini Festival, which Menes himself organises each year at Dzaleka Refugee Camp, where he resides.
Weekly storytelling starts this weekend at the children's section of Malawi's National Library Service headquarters in Lilongwe. Do not miss the stories, told in the Chichewa language, by our favourite Dyson Gonthi.
The social enterprise Fiola Fairrari has found a new retail home in Lilongwe, Malawi. Fiola Fairrari is a social enterprise, supported by Rei Foundation, which provides training and employment opportunities for women in Lilongwe and Dzaleka Refugee Camp.
Watch Al Jazeera's documentary Trésor and the Camp Musicians, about Congolese musician and poet Menes La Plume.
A show broadcasting Malawian folktales rolls into its second season, featuring folktales collected from all over the country.
The first auditions are being held this week for folktale storytelling sessions at the Malawi National Library Service.
Malawi Folktales Project Exhibition featured at the UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development in Japan this November. An audiovisual exhibition was staged in Okayama showcasing the beautiful storytelling of Malawi at the conference.
Rei Foundation will support side events at the UNESCO meetings in Okayama, Japan this November.
Rei Foundation has supported NGOs to attend the forum which took place 15-17 September 2014.