About

Janvier Nahimana

I started Mutcho TV to give voice to our community and to connect people from different walks of life. And that’s how I hope to give back: through the sharing of stories

I believe sharing stories is a glue that ties communities together. I founded Mutcho Radio and Mutcho TV to give voice to his community in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and to connect people from different walks of life. I do not miss a chance to open a conversation whenever an opportunity presents itself. Sharing stories is his way of celebrating life. My background is in arts and multimedia. I built my career as a multimedia professional, photographer, Web and Graphic designer traveling around the world. I worked five years as a communication manager at the Centre national de coopération au dévelopment in Belgium and was the co-founder and Art Director of the community journal  IWACU Burundi, a project supported by the European Commission. Recording US African diaspora stories Washington, New York Austin Texas for a magazine. Janvier is now based in Halifax since 2014. I worked at the African Diaspora Association of the Maritimes (ADAM) and with the support from African Nova Scotian affairs. I created the Mutcho Cultural group, a non-profit organization to develop a project in celebration of the Decade of People of African Descent (DPAD). I hold a Master’s degree in Arts from Moscow Arts Academy and a certificate in Leadership and Multimedia Project Management.

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