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As the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations, we aim is to create a ‘friendly knowledge and understanding’ between the people of the UK and the wider world through our work in education and civil society, English language and arts and culture.
I hope this site gives you a flavour of the work we do in Senegal and captures some of the highlights.
Between the sights, smells and cacophony of French and Wolof, it feels like Dakar.
But this is Harlem’s Little Senegal, an enclave of émigrés in New York City.
Tirailleurs were performing at the four-day Festival des Rizieres, an annual celebration of hip hop and reggae in the southern Casamance region of the West African country.
Daaray prides himself on self-sufficiency, but much of his success depends on Coumba.
And boredom is a luxury not afforded to us in Africa.
This site is born out of a recent decision (not quite my own) to return to the country in which I grew up.
I'm Kim, a French-American living, working, traveling, and musing in West Africa (Dakar, Senegal, to be exact). I blog about the intersection between Africa, design, and culture... For the 2012-2014 school years, Kristine has accepted a position at the International School of Dakar in Senegal (West Africa) and is very excited to continue her work in curriculum with teachers at ISD, a dynamic learning community that serves the Dakar-based expat population with an American type education in English. She accepted a new position as a Curriculum Coordinator for her district for the school year 2008-2009. When asked if being a Curriculum Coordinator is an easier job than teaching, she is known to answer, Its just a different kind of crazy.
Her two children will have the opportunity to attend the school as well and the whole family is looking forward to new challenges. Peregrine is a collection of stories and people that I find interesting.