Indigenous People’s Rights

Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Article 3 “Indigenous peoples have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development”

We are a voice for the indigenous people’s rights.

The organization advocates for the rights of indigenous people through acknowledging their cultural values and practices. The organization organizes cultural events every vacation for young boys and girls as a way to enhance the preservation of the good culture to be good ancestors.

Change Stories

It is notable today that many indigenous communities are running away from their culture losing their indigenous knowledge, tradition and cultural practices. ENAI – Africa being an indigenous organization is advocating for this rights through bringing the youth together during cultural events to sustain the good practices through practices of age set systems.   This is also a way to encourage the young generation to the preservation of good cultural practices. We also encourage women to use their traditional beads during cultural events.  Odupoi a young man who participated in a recent cultural event during the school vacations narrated that "our maasai culture is good since we are trained to continue practicing our culture so that we do not forget".