ImagiNation Afrika creates programs that encourage innovative learning for children. Through our Kër ImagiNation, Nomadic Learning, Labs and Generation 2025 trainings, IA empowers children to think differently and realize their dreams.
Kër ImagiNation is comprised of ImagiNation Afrika's stationary exhibitions, that have been housed at Musée Theodore Monod de L’Art Africain (IFAN), the Institut Leopold S. Senghor Institute in Dakar, Senegal, and the Brooklyn Children’s Museum in New York. These exhibitions were the core of our beginnings and continue to be a focused source for reinforcing our philosophy of discovery and play.
Nomadic Learning is ImagiNation Afrika’s commitment to out-of-classroom learning. This program allows us to reach children, both inside Senegal’s capital city Dakar and those in other cities and regions across the country. Nomadic Learning brings creative education to children who are isolated geographically or who cannot travel to our exhibitions.
ImagiNation Labs help children develop critical decision making skills and thought process from idea generation to project completion. This hands-on program encourages children to think differently and creatively in solving complex problems. ImagiNation Afrika facilitators help children with leading questions and encourage them to work together with their peers.
Generation 2025 programs develop changemakers in Africa through intensive leadership programs that develop practical and emotional intelligence.