Earlier this year YouTube premiered Super Sema, produced by the Nairobi-based children’s edutainment media and technology startup Kukua, on its Originals channel. What’s a Sema, you ask? It’s Sema herself — a young girl who runs a secret laboratory with her twin brother. They use their discoveries not just to improve the quality of life in Dunia, the city they live in, but to defend it from the evil schemes of a robotic villain. The series takes place in a futuristic version of Africa (which is where the show was made).