FilmAid Kenya (FAK), founded in 1999, has been a part of Kenya's Refugee Operation since 2002. FAK harnesses the power of film and employs a variety of innovative channels to disseminate lifesaving, practical, educational, and entertaining content, and information into the heart of communities. Through the production and dissemination of film, radio, print, SMS, and digital media created in collaboration with communities, FAK reaches over 400,000 refugees, asylum seekers, and host community members every year in 13 languages. FAK also empowers the next generation of storytellers, particularly youth and women, through media and skills-based training.

Annastasia Mulwa

Field Manager Kakuma

Annastasia is a senior-level development professional with experience in program development and management, partnership and organizational development, and promotion of sustainable development. A strategic and analytical thinker, a promoter of participatory approaches and social inclusion.

Magû Ngumo

Magû Ngumo

Senior Advisor; Communications & Stakeholder Engagement  

Magu is a seasoned communications specialist with experience in managing media brands in the private sector. Magû’s media experience has seen him work in advertising, media house brands (Kameme FM/K24, NTV/QTV - NMG, 3KND Melbourne, Marketing Powerhouse-Mortimer Harvey), and as an adjunct lecturer at Africa Nazarene University & Daystar University. 

REF FM Foundation, established in 20018 and based in the Netherlands, helps to establish community-based radio stations run by and for refugees and host communities in refugee camps.  The foundation helps refugees and host communities to make these stations self-sustainable within one year. Refugees are more and more required to become self-reliant. Community-based radio for refugees and host communities can inspire and empower refugees to become more (economical) active and more adaptive to their circumstances. The radio station in Kalobeyei that REF FM Foundation initiated in 2020, is the first REF FM radio station.


Kevin van Dijck

Radio Expert

Kevin is a Kenyan-Dutch DJ and a former teacher at a secondary vocational training institute in The Netherlands (ROC Amsterdam Zuid), a social entrepreneur (part of the board of Sarakasi Trust, facilitating the growth of the performing arts in Kenya), and a ambitious radio professional having worked for various stations in Kenya.

Geert van Asbeck

Managing Director Geert van Asbeck
Geert is a Dutch journalist and consultant, with a wide experience in establishing/running media projects with social impact. Geert co-initiated for instance the Kilimanjaro Film Institutes (training centres for underprivileged youth in Tanzania and Zambia), Home/Life (a worldwide photo project for street children in eleven big cities ), and Guneyi (a children’s magazine in Senegal).