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2019 Summer Camp

Our first-ever kid's history summer camp held between the 29th of July and the 2nd of August 2019.

Venue: Sage School, Abuja, Nigeria

The African History Kid’s Summer Camp is a 5-day holiday program that is designed to enable young children between the ages of 6 and 13 explore the subject of African history in an immersive way, that is interactive, exciting, and yet highly informative. It is organized in fulfilment of our mission to help kids maintain a positive and meaningful connection to their identity as Nigerians and Africans, as they go about developing critical skills for the 21st century.

Our 2019 maiden edition: ran from the 29th of July to the 2nd of August 2019 with over 30 campers registered for the event. The five-day event was packed with different camping exercise that saw our campers fully engaged in learning, excavating, scavenging, group interactive events, singing, drama and lots more. The theme of the camp was the “Great Empires of Africa”, and our campers were able to learn about the ancient African city of the NOK culture in Nigeria, the Kingdom of Aksum in Ethiopia, the Kingdom of Kush in Egypt, Empires of Mali, Ghana and Zimbabwe.

Do enjoy our photo gallery of the 2019 summer camp below along with a video recap:

 The 2019 camp was delivered through a co-venture involving Gawani Africa, Read 21 and Wahamba. Here are a few messages from the organizers.

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