About Eleonore Sylla

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Community Activities, Sept 21-27, 2015

The Babawatoto Centre and the Fit for Life project will conduct next week six street performances in Mburahati. The performances are to educate the community close to the centre about Cholera prevention methods. The artists from the Babawatoto Centre will use Samba Reggae and Acrobatic to raise awareness about proper hygienc habits to stem the spread(…)

The Big Wheel 2015: Impressions of the 1st Week

The Big Wheel 2015: Impressions of the 1st Week

The first week of the international workshop focussed on sustainable technics for the local trainers in acrobatics and juggling as well as the start of the new tailoring class with nine participants. Read more…

The Big Wheel 2015 starts!

The Big Wheel 2015 starts!

International Experts from Cambodia (Sokheng Ngai, Kimlon Khuon) and Germany (Daniela Titze) have arrived for the international three-week workshop “The Big Wheel” in the Babawatoto Centre (1. – 19.06.2015). The Big Wheel is an intensive workshop at the Babawatoto Centre, Mburahati. It is part of “FIT FOR LIFE”, a three year EU-Project to educate vulnerable(…)

Open Stage Performance at Goethe-Institut, Feb 20, 2015

Open Stage Performance at Goethe-Institut, Feb 20, 2015

The fabulous kids of the Fit for Life EU-Project brought to life the 8th Open Stage on Friday, Feb 20, 2015 at the Goethe-Institut Dar es Salaam with acrobatic, juggling and Samba Reggae Percussion. Read more…

BABAWATOTO ACROBATICS – an ongoing afternoon activy at IST School

BABAWATOTO ACROBATICS – an ongoing afternoon activy at IST School

BABAWATOTO ACROBATICS started in September 2014 an afternoon activity at the IST Secondary School in cooperation with the Babawatoto centre and IST children, which will be hopefully ongoing for many years to come. Directed by Mkude Kilosa and Leo Desmarquest. Read more…

3rd Advocacy Forum at Babawatoto Centre

This Friday, Feb 06, 2015,  the third Advocacy Forum will take place from 1.30pm to 4.30pm at the Babawatoto Centre. The following issues has been discussed with parents, relatives and local leaders: children dropping out of training classes new children and youth coming arts and crafts workshops.