This animated Public Service Communication was created for UNICEF Kenya as part of the 2009 international celebrations to mark the 20th anniversary since the establishment of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).
The film tries to capture what it is sometimes like to be a child using the matatus which are a major part of the Kenyan public transport system. Children using public transport are often discriminated against and mistreated. Furthermore, they are often exposed to obscene behaviour and media content.
Children have a right to be protected from this and other similar plights.
Though the issues raised are disturbing, we are hopeful that through the work of UNICEF and other concerned individuals and groups, a lot of progress continues to be made in advocacy and protection of Children all around the world.
© UNICEF — Kenya
Producer: Fiyuhworks Ltd.
Production: RECON-Digital “Bringing African Animation to the World”
UNICEF Kenya PSA. Children have a right to be protected from this and other similar plights.
RECON-Digital. Bringing African Animation to the World.