About Us

Mai 2, 2011
What is rope ?

Rope is an organization that provides a platform for Youths to express themselves mainly by using the tools of Art. “ROPE” is an acronym for (Reach Out, Organize, Practice, Experience It stands for extending a hand / extending (creating links between young generations) as well as an extending/combining link which sets platforms help in a way that it can be used for self-expression and cultural exchange. | Read more »

Where we work ? 

We offer our services to Schools, Youth Centres, Communities and institutions as such. (Africa-Europe) This project is to create awareness on these topics/issues, to promote peace in the society. The project also focuses on promoting leadership qualities in participants. Children will be open and not fearful to have visions that they can realize for the benefit of their community and immediate surrounding. | Read more »

Working Process? 

Since Rope should be an organization that provides a platform for Youths to express themselves mainly by using the tools of Art.  “ROPE” is an acronym for (Reach Out, Organize, Practice, Experience It stands for extending a hand / extending (creating links between young generations) as well as an extending/combining link which sets platforms help in a way that it can be used for self-expression and cultural exchange. | Read more »

History and Future… 

Rope was set up by Genda (Ahmed Nyei) and Nneka born in Nigeria, born in Liberia. From different places, different backgrounds, different cultures, with different life histories but seeing with the same eyes. Waking up, they saw the same needs and came together to do what they could:” We are musicians and use our words and music to raise awareness but we want to do more than raise awareness. We want to find solutions”. | Read more »

Aim? 

At the outset, rope’s main aims were Developing and Nurturing Leadership Skills and increasing the Cultural Knowledge of those we work with. We also focussed on providing recreation workshops for children and youth. | Read more »