The Cameconde Children’s Garden represents the fulfillment of a citizen’s dream. The African village is 287 km from the capital Bissau, has 20% of its population comprised of children aged three to six years old and are in a precarious situation with difficulties in accessing basic resources and services, among them the pre-school education. The event will address the process of elaborating the architectural design of this location, which has been developed by Brazilian professionals in a remote and voluntary manner in partnership with the Association of Friends of Schools in Guinea-Bissau. It will take place in a recorded lecture format, where contextualization, development explanation and the speech of local residents will be discussed.

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