Welcome To Talanta Nairobi
Talanta Nairobi was created with a goal of bringing together those less fortunate or able with companies and organisations that can utilize their skills.
With our ever growing wide ranging local and international expertise Talanta Nairobi can provide solutions to your aims.
We are passionate about what we do and are dedicated to providing the service you expect, regardless of the project.
We believe that there is a huge depth of talent within Nairobi as well as further afield. With our extensive network we strive to find this talent and show it to the world.
We've been busy with Christmas but are now able to showcase some of the children from out Christmas Fashion Talent Show at CUEA. Some creative ideas from the children!
They had some training with our expert models and judges and did very well in front of a full audience.
Talanta Nairobi is proud to announce our upcoming event on Saturday 10th December 2016 at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) on Bogani E Rd, Nairobi in partnership with Afrika Nasaha Productions
We aim to showcase childrens design talents with the them of creating fashion items from recycled materials, we hope it will be a great day for the children and parents.
Talanta Nairobi will be sponsoring children from disadvantaged backgrounds to attend the event.
Afrika Nasaha Productions have been hard at work travelling to schools to audition and select students to attend.
Their Facebook page is here
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From the 27th June until 2nd July Talanta Nairobi and the Kenyan Paralympians completed a 500km handcycle challenge from Nairobi to Mombasa.
This was to raise awareness and funds for the athletes as they train for the upcoming Paralympics in Rio, Brasil.
Here is a short video that shows the highlights of the week and some words from a few of the athletes themselves.
On 25th June we held our Boxing Meets Fashion event in support of the Kenyan Paralympics and their athletes, as well as using it to promote our Road To Rio 500km Handcycle Challenge.
The day was filled with various events, ranging from boxing, martial arts, live music from artists such as H_ART The Band, fashion and of course the Kenyan paralympians themselves.
Here are some images from the day.
Talanta Nairobi has been working closely with the Kenya National Paralympic Committee (KNPC) on behalf of the Rotary Club of Nairobi Gigiri to promote awareness of the athletes and organisation itself, with a lack of funding the KNPC is searching for sponsorship and donations to make the athletes dreams of competing in the 2016 Rio Paralympics a reality.
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