AFRO-fusion band Jesa, pictured, will be the headline act at the new monthly Arts Inclusive Youth Fellowships to be held this month.
Head catalyst Tatenda Gwenzi said the new monthly fellowships have been created in a quest to ignite sustainable development goals conversations among citizens.
“Yolk Fellowship is a monthly gathering platform for social change catalysts supported by United Nations,” said Gwenzi.
She told the Daily News that the Yolk Fellowship is a community development movement. It is a gathering platform in partnership with Music Crossroads Academy whose music products/students shall be providing live music performance at all monthly gatherings.
“This month of February we are focusing on SDG11: Sustainable Cities and Communities and the goal is to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable,” Gwenzi said.