Since ancient times, the African oral storytelling tradition has been deeply rooted in the natural world and woven from the human experience.
These tales serve as windows into ecosystems worldwide, revealing the delicate balance of our interconnected world and inviting you to explore the threads that bind us together.
Beyond mere stories, they are invitations to recognise our shared responsibility.
There is something worth cherishing when two generations collaborate at different stages of life.
Intergenerational Learning and cognitive development for children are particularly powerful when grounded in the reality of meaningful activities and relationships with the older generation.