Experience Family Friendly Multicultural Stories that Bring you Home

DreamAfrica™ is a digital African-themed platform that delivers engaging and educational family friendly storybooks, comics, audiobooks and videos/animations as featured in “The Next Africa,” by Jake Bright and Aubrey Hruby (McMillan, July 2015).

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We seek to address the lack of global distribution and access for African and, in general, diverse digital content for children at home, in the classroom, and on the go. "An example of African solutions to African problems. It doesn't come better than this." - @TonyOElumelu


For Home

Connect to your children and family through a shared cultural heritage, with timeless experiences.

For School

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Educate globally with relevant local research and multicultural content.

For Publishers

Instantaneous global distribution and monetization for storybooks, comics, audiobooks, animations and film.

For Sponsors

Connect to a culturally aware audience at home, at school and on-the-go via the DreamAfrica Platform and Awards.

Innovate@DreamAfrica: Discover More Stories

DreamAfrica is the only interactive mobile platform for children that contains the largest ever-growing collection of African, Diaspora and multilingual children's content. With a monthly or annual subscription, families across the world have access to culturally relevant and local multicultural stories, books, videos, and music from contemporary African, Diaspora and emerging storytellers, anytime, anywhere. While embodying multiple cultures and heritage, curated by location, this collection of stories speaks to everyone, and we invite you and your family to start your story and DreamAfrica today.

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Imagine@DreamAfrica: The Storytelling Tradition

Rooted in the oral tradition of storytelling, African storytelling is rich and varied and is meant to be a communal activity in which everyone sits, listens, and participates in the interactive experience together. Stories are passed down from generation to generation and often include folklore, myths, and songs about wisdom, courage, and truth. Similar to many stories told around the world, African stories teach morals and promote cultural values, making them important to children as they learn about themselves and their community.


Learn@DreamAfrica: Our Mission

In an increasingly global community, DreamAfrica wants to share Africa’s stories with the world and keep the storytelling tradition alive. Whether you want your children to stay in touch with their cultural roots or want to expose your children to more culturally diverse content than what is readily available in public schools and mainstream entertainment, DreamAfrica seeks to be a common entertainment and educational platform in the household and classroom.
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