Nu Chika Enabuka Children’s Center: Nurturing Minds, Celebrating Culture

The Excitement Continues

Mark your calendars for the much-anticipated 6th Nu Chika Enabuka One Color Festival, taking place on December 2, 2023, at the iconic Meskel Square. This family day extravaganza promises an array of children’s games and natural entertainment, where participants of all ages can immerse themselves in the joy of play and discovery. From traditional crafts with mothers to experiencing the essence of Ethiopian culture, this festival promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Since its establishment in 2019, the Nu Chika Enabuka Children’s Center has been dedicated to imparting indigenous knowledge to young minds in a structured and engaging manner, while bringing families together in the process. Through innovative media initiatives and captivating events, this organization has become a beacon of creativity, art, and education for children across Ethiopia.

At the heart of the center’s media endeavors lies the enchanting children’s television program, Hamrawi. Launched in collaboration with Ethiopian Children’s Television and YouTube, this program ignites young imaginations by exploring themes of creativity, art, and recycling. It serves as a platform for children to embrace their artistic talents while learning about environmental responsibility.

The Nu Chika Enabuka Children’s Center has not only enchanted young hearts through their media initiatives but has also brought joy to thousands through their grand events. From the vibrant celebrations held at Bole Fana Park in Addis Ababa to the majestic “Nu Chika Enabuka Special Family Day” at the great palace unity park, these gatherings have united over 7,000 and 5,000 participants, respectively.

The organization’s recent events at Meskel Square on October 16, 2021, and November 5, 2022, were nothing short of extraordinary. Drawing in an awe-inspiring total of over 22,000 children and parents, these events garnered attention from both national and international media, shining a spotlight on the organization’s remarkable efforts.

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