Our story

We are amplifying young people’s voices and ideas for sustainable change and development.

our work

Our core focus is to give perspective to issues including but not limited to climate change through creative communication and storytelling.

The mission of our work is tied to Sustainable Development Goal number 4 target 7 – to strengthen culture and creativity as a key driver for sustainable development.

our impact

>More than 500,000 people in underserved communities have been engaged in solution-focused discussions around policies and sustainable practices.

>Trained more than 220 young artists in music performance and storytelling for sustainable change and development

Meet The Team


Joseph Pupe

Joseph Pupe’s music on climate change, social inequalities and sustainability grew out of his upbringing in a support yet struggling family. Joseph Pupe has utilized the power of music to support and facilitate creative communication and storytelling around climate change, social inequalities and sustainability. In the spirit of leaving no one behind, he founded Music Inspires Foundation. Joseph links part of his career success to leadership and storytelling training supported by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust. His artistic work for climate change earned him a Queen’s Young Leaders Award by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. As an associate of the United Nations Information Center (UNIC) in Zambia, Joseph Pupe has performed his music in China, Egypt, South Africa, and Zambia including a special performance graced by HRH Prince Harry. He has worked with United Nations Zambia, UNLEASH Innovation Lab, Queens Commonwealth Trust, Initiative on Communication and Sustainability at Columbia University's Earth Institute (USA), and Children’s Radio Foundation. Follow Joseph Pupe on