We work with creative talent in every region of the continent to craft, develop and implement meaningful and measurable awareness-raising campaigns.

We work with a dynamic and growing network of creative agencies, media, corporates, tech companies and civil society organisations. We enjoy the support of talented musicians, actors, sports personalities, fashionistas, artists and well-known activists.

We celebrate creativity and innovation that inspires progress for the collective good. We give equal attention to the distribution of the campaign as we do to content creation.

“Nicky is passionate, utterly committed, totally delightful – and meeting with her cheers me up no end with ideas and plans that make things in the world a little better.”

– Richard Curtis, writer, director and founder of Comic Relief & Project Everyone

“I am in awe of what you pulled off. Your vision, tenacity, and persistence made magic happen.”

– Yasmin Kathoria, Unilever’s Brand Development Director

“I thought you were absolutely brilliant – organised amidst the chaos – and you showed amazing passion for taking Africa to the global stage.”

– Yasmin Kathoria, Unilever’s Brand Development Director

“We have received immense compliments from high places for the Unilever Global Goals campaign in Africa.”

– Yasmin Kathoria, Unilever’s Brand Development Director

“Nicky was a most creative and dynamic member of our team. Her approach to launching the global goals in Africa, by creating a song from different artists from several countries, was the most extraordinary achievement.”

– Gail Gallie, Co-founder of Project Everyone & CEO Jamie Oliver Food Foundation

“The Tell Everybody song gave a positive and lasting start to the goals campaign in Africa. I look forward to working with Africa Creates on such projects in the future.”

– Gail Gallie, Co-founder of Project Everyone & CEO Jamie Oliver Food Foundation

“It was a great experience working with Lisa and Nicky who are passionately leading the way in bringing African creatives into global charitable campaigns.”

– George Beke of Geobek Entertainment




Nicky Wimble is a South African based in London with over 20 years experience creating and delivering national, regional and global campaigns. She has worked for Oxfam, Comic Relief, UNICEF and Project Everyone. She has consulted for the last 7 years on various high-profile projects, most recently helping Richard Curtis make the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals famous in Africa.

She has a vast network of creative talent on the continent and is an expert in simplifying complicated policy into popular messaging which serves to either raise mass awareness or funds for the client. She also uses this strategic creative expertise on smaller-scale but powerful advocacy campaigns.



Lisa Henry is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, founder of Left Hand Films, and founder and organiser of the Jozi Film Festival. She is based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Lisa sits on the board of the Jozi Film Festival, an NPO created to provide a platform for local filmmakers and supporting the African film industry. Over the past 6 years, Lisa has grown JFF into one of the foremost international film festivals in Southern Africa. In 2017, the festival began a partnership with Discovery Networks to launch an annual continent-wide search for emerging African filmmaking talent.

“Together, let’s harness African creativity as a force for good”



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