LGBTQI+ Refugees Find Safety and Support

Nature Network Community  supports LGBTQI+ people face violence and oppression simply because of who they love or who they are. We help them get to safety.

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About Us

The Nature Network is a group of talented Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Ugandan
asylum seekers and refugees in Kenya, who through
talents in media, performing arts (Drama, Film, Music
and Dance) and livelihood programs have been able to
form a robust support group. The group was founded by
Brian Sebyala, Ssemaganda Roy, Tom Muyunga Mukasa
and Kasaali Brian in 2015.


  • We have built a strong connection with other LGBTIQ organisations in Kenya such as; HOYMAS, ISHTAR, TNS, CESSO, RFK
  • We are part of the Umbrella organization of all LGBTIQ refugee community based
    organizations, REFCEA.
  • We have hosted several psychosocial support sessions where we invite LGBTIQ Refugees
    and do lots of exercises including sharing sessions, Counseling sessions, Reading,
    watching and Picnic.
  • In 2015, we formed TNN and immediately embarked on providing HIV-prevention
    related services.
  • We connected with Nairobi-based social services such as hospitals, counselling, spiritual
    care, emotional support
  • We have served over 300 beneficiaries in various ways
  • We ran different sports activities e.g. Netball, handball and soccer
  • Inadequate funds, making it hard to pay house rent, utility bills,
    hospital emergencies, Transportation and more…
  • Increased stress and trauma in the community.
  • The growing homophobic attacks in the Kenyan community.
  • Noticeable barriers between LGBTIQ and healthy professionals
  • High expectations from the community members.

What We Do

HIV Care And Senstisation

Vlogs And Podcast

Videography And Photography

Poultry Keeping

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