Taïgue Ahmed, Taïgue Ahmed, initiator and therefore, 1st chorographer of the “refugees on the move” program, is going back to the field, within the camps Belom and Belom 2, in order to close the program.
In keeping with traditions, closing the program does not mean ending it, but making it sustainable. Those last dance workshops will aim at training dancers who are going to be able to implement and hold the next workshops, once Taïgue and his team will be leaving.
In practice, the organization Ndam Se Na, made of Taïgue and 8 trainers from different dance disciplines, are holding the dance workshop during one month. By the end of this month, six participants are going to be selected, based on their motivation as well as their technical and teaching skills. The second month, a theoretical as well as practical training will be hold in Ndjamena, within the community centers.
Back to the refugees’ camps, the 6 ex-participants will therefore be ready to become trainers themselves and will be able to continue the dance workshops, performances and thus, sustain the creative capacity and mobilizing force, carried by the program.