Safarni brings the traveling experience to children who otherwise could not. We believe in living, listening, dancing, tasting, playing and laughing as the most powerful uniting factors.
wice a month, Safarni workshops take children on an imaginary journey to a new country, where they are introduced to the local language, food, games, dances and songs. They have the opportunity to meet people from this country, and interact with them through playing, dancing, and sharing. These journeys open new doors in the children’s minds and encourage respect for all human beings and cultures.
The workshop is open to Ard El Lewa residents between 5 and 15 years old. To sign up, come to 13 Mohamed Ali El-Eseary Street in Ard El Lewa, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01288108880.
Raphaelle Ayach is a French/American documentary filmmaker. After studying Film Directing in Paris and working in production in Spain, she currently lives and works in Cairo, Egypt (though often finds herself in Latin America for documentary related projects). Raphaelle is inspired by social issues and quirky cultural phenomenons, as well as beauty and awkwardness in everyday life, around the world. She also facilitates courses and dialogue sessions, and is videographer for organizations and cultural events.