International School of Dakar Visits Nioro du Rip

By Peace Corps Senegal
Feb. 24, 2014
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Students from the Nioro du Rip private school Adja Penda Ba take part in a ceremony welcoming students from the International School of Dakar.

Last week, students from the International School of Dakar embarked on a cultural exchange tour across Senegal. In Nioro du Rip, they met with Senegalese students from the private school Adja Penda Ba.

Every year the school takes its students- who hail from Africa, Europe, the Americas, Asia and Oceana- outside of Dakar to explore Senegal.

Peace Corps Volunteer Vivian facilitated part of their trip. Activities included a drum circle and dancing, theater skits, computer skills exchange and painting a world map mural.

International School
Peace Corps Senegal Volunteer Vivian dances at the Nioro du Rip private school Adja Penda Ba ceremony welcoming students from the International School of Dakar.
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Photo provided by Peace Corps Volunteer Vivian
International School
Photo provided by Peace Corps Volunteer Vivian
International School
Photo provided by Peace Corps Volunteer Vivian
International School
Photo provided by Peace Corps Volunteer Vivian

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