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 The role of vibrant, viable and dynamic media in helping communities address local challenges as they globalize the local and localize the global best practices cannot be gainsaid. The EAST Festival 2022 therefore aimed to ask how journalism in East Africa can sustain productive public conversations, nurture responsible civic responsibilities and, most importantly, help the citizenry address challenges they face and seize the opportunities they have. We were tasked with planning and managing the hybrid conference spanning 5 days, covering Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Broadcasting from Ugands, we put together a professional ‘show ’ to tell media stories from East Africa and to connect the media stakeholders in the region through storytelling and innovation. 

Our Impact by numbers 


main media house represented


in person attendees


countries represented


speakers and presenters


Hybrid event

We are proud to have been the event manager for the second time running for Africa's only all-inclusivity conference - focusing on digital accessibility in Africa. . The failure to provide digital accessibility is a global issue; today more than any other time, web accessibility for all needs to be urgently addressed, which is why InABLE created this event - The annual Inclusive Africa Conference. 


An international team that comprised of TAG, our client and their partners from around the world developed an interactive and engaging program over the course of 2 days that featured inspirational talks, interactive workshops and meetings, exhibitions, and performances centred around policy advocacy to push accessibility and adoption in all sectors. We also hosted the launch of the first government-accredited sector standards in Africa through the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS). 

Our Impact by numbers 


watch parties around the world


in-person attendees in Kenya


speakers (local & international)


Hybrid event

Earlier this year, we teamed up with Africa Health Business (AHB) to highlight the role of the private sector in advancing women's health in Africa. Women are the pillars of their families and communities, they are life-givers, mothers, peacemakers, entrepreneurs and providers of care for children and the elderly. However, they bear a disproportionately large share of the global disease burden and death. Women in Africa are more likely to die from communicable diseases (e.g., HIV, tuberculosis and malaria), maternal and perinatal conditions, and nutritional deficiencies, than women in other regions of the world.

Working in collaboration with AHB, we developed an interactive and engaging program that covered 4 main sessions including side sessions during the one-day event. 

Our Impact by numbers 


organisations represented


speakers at the conference


in-person attendees in Kenya


attendees online around the world


Virtual Events

In Oct 2021, Deutsche Welle Akademie and Media Innovation Center (an Aga Khan University subsidiary) engaged us to work with them to their inaugural East Africa Story Telling (EAST) Festival. This is an annual festival that brings together the brightest minds on media innovation and media viability from the three East African countries: Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya..


Together with our partners across East Africa, we developed an interactive and engaging program over the course of 4 days inspirational talks, interactive workshops and meetings, exhibitions, and performances about everything relating to media innovation.

When we work with an engaged team the success is evident; here are the event numbers:

Our Impact by numbers 


hours of presentations

& panel discussion 


speakers at the conference


in-person in Tanzania & Uganda


attendees online


Virtual Events

The Resilience Learning Activity (RLA) is a five-year, USAID/Kenya and East Africa-funded activity. The goal of RLA is to strengthen resilience capacities, evidence-based resilience programming, and collaboration in Kenya, Somalia, and the Horn of Africa. RLA strengthens resilience capacities by undertaking analyses and building local organisations' capacities to lead, manage, and advance collaboration, learning, and adapting (CLA) that advances USAID’s Journey to Self-Reliance (J2SR) approach.

Since October 2020 to date, USAID has engaged TAG to plan and conceptualise all their virtual events, design the event identity and logos, all the digital assets that were used across the different events – the RLA HoRN Learning Month, Nawiri Project Steering Committee meetings, The Kenya RAPID National and Turkana Learning events, Nawiri Learning events and Internal trainings.