Discovering Africa provides diverse learning opportunities across a range of educational subjects Specialising in the diversifying of the curriculum, our online and in person workshops aim to highlight Africa’s contributions to global advancement.
“The Discovering Africa Education” encourages us to become better global citizens through its diverse programs. Enabling students to garner a mutual respect for others and to develop their cultural understanding. ”
There are 2 major Programs:
- The Discovering Africa Initiative: A whole school initiative that can be delivered over the course of up to 6 weeks. This includes resources, school guidance and an authentic African History workshop that can be delivered either in person or virtually.
- Discovering Africa Education: With a commitment to displaying Africa’s contributions to the world, through our diverse curriculums we offer virtual/online lessons in five subjects, including Science-Nutrition and African Literature.
|African History||African Music|
|African Geography||Spirituality in Africa|
|African Traditions||African Contribution to the world|
|African Kitchen & Nutrition||African People in the world|
|African Languages -Swahili||African Monarchy|
|African Storytelling||Kwanzaa Principles|
Welcome to the taste of Kenya
We do cooking workshops, Take away and incidental catering only on appointments. Book a Workshop/takeaway/catering service
Kenya lies on the East African Coast. A coast on the Indian Ocean that was already busy with traders from Persia, Middle east and India as early as 400 BC. This can be seen through the language Swahili, Architecture and food.
Kenyan food has a mix of Asian and Arabic recipes. They go hand in hand with traditional African foods.
Mukimo is a tasty staple food among the Gikuyu people and is cooked by mashing green peas, potatoes, maize, and pumpkin leaves or spinach leaves all together. It is usually accompanied with beef curry or beans
This is fermented millet porridge. It is delicious . Usually served in a calabash.
These are soft and layered flat breads that are eaten in many East African homes. It is very light and is eaten with tea, beef stew, beans, lentils or vegetables.
Samosas are triangular-shaped pastries that are deep-fried and usually filled with minced meat. The fillings can also be potatoes or lentils. This dish is very flavourful, and it’s a perfect evening snack to have with wine.
Sweet potato mashed with brown beans in a clay pot. A delicacy among the Abaluhya community.