Today organisations demand high creativity as part of the core skill set. This demand will rise sharply as automation plays a bigger role in the near future.


We have created for you the course that develop your creativity and teach you how to apply creativity in real life. 

MASK: Creativity rules! Create & innovate for a better future

We are an award-winning charity that builds the next generations' capacity for creativity and innovation.  We help young people to unlock their potential to generate transformative solutions and create a better world.

 

Creatively-minded people shape the future. Yet, schools seldom teach creativity. This is where MASK can help. We are on a mission to set young people like you on the path to success by teaching you how to pioneer new ideas and turn them into reality. 

 

So, wherever on the planet you are, join MASK opportunities today and take your first steps towards self-empowerment and success.

#1 Children and young people: discover your creativity and apply it in real life

#2 Schools & students: celebrate your creativity at our international MASK Awards

Attracting over 8,500 entries from Africa with global audiences over 650,000 people, MASK Awards celebrate and reward your creativity and innovation with prizes and exhibitions.


Find your talent! Voice your ideas! Showcase your creativity to the world!


Enter MASK Awards before 1 June.

All entries are free.

#3 Business leaders: employ our best creative talent

Partner with us and we will connect your company with our most entrepreneurial talent that will make a real difference to the future of your organisation.

For 15 years, we have trained and supported high-performing young creatives in Africa. From engineers and programmers to architects and artists, MASK’s inspiring minds will be a true asset to any company.

Our news

January 2021: MASK is awarded "Most Innovative Learning Organisation 2020" by SME News Magazine, UK



The MASK Awards 2021 is now open. Enter online before 1 June. Prizes are announced on 20 October in Nairobi. All entries are free.


On this page: art by our talent - Margaret Ngigi, Frank Kibicho, Haji Ibrahim, Jesse Otumba,  Louis Nderi, Muchira Muraguri, Regina Mwihaki and Anne Njeri, Caroline Mochoge.

MASK has been one of leading organisations in the field of education for creativity. Support us to make a difference to thousands young people and educators. Find out how you or your organisation can help equip them with creativity they need to shape a better future.

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