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Team Sayari Kids Program To Premiere On September 24

Team Sayari Kids Program To Premiere On September 24
Team Sayari will lead by the program’s goal to inspire meaningful, impactful behavioral change in young viewers across the continent and create the next generation of environmental conservation leaders

The highly anticipated National Geographic Kids program Team Sayari will start airing every Saturday from 24th September 2022 on National Geographic Wild at 2 pm.

This was announced by Walt Disney Company Africa, together with its project partners, National Geographic, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and WildlifeDirect.

Nairobi-based youths Mysha Hodson (13), Marita Lucas (12), Shanah Manjeru (14), Railey Mwai (10) and Adarsh Nagda (12) will serve as studio hosts for the show.

From the Sayari basecamp, they will link to field presenters that travel to East, West and South Africa to explore intriguing facets of the environment, interview experts on the ground and learn what is needed to protect and conserve the natural world.

The show will also have acting field presenters who will be Sheilah Sheldone (13, Kenya), Toluwanimi Olaoye (12, Nigeria), Christian Mekhi (10, Rwanda), Atule Mazane, Khahliso Khojane, Thandolwethu Fani, (13, 14, 15, South Africa) and Sabrina Kilumanga (10, Tanzania).

Team Sayari Kids Program To Premiere On September 24
Team Sayari will lead by the program’s goal to inspire meaningful, impactful behavioral change in young viewers across the continent and create the next generation of environmental conservation leaders

Team Sayari show will lead by the program’s goal to inspire meaningful, impactful behavioral change in young viewers across the continent and create the next generation of environmental conservation leaders, each episode begins with a DNA-inspired computer named Funzi giving our young presenters missions to complete.

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Speaking about the show, Christine Service, General Manager of The Walt Disney Company Africa said, “At National Geographic, we believe that when people understand the world better, they care more deeply for it. National Geographic has been igniting the explorer in all of us for 133 years, and Team Sayari is a bright example of this mission and purpose. We cannot wait for viewers across the continent to share in this engaging and entertaining local series, with the hope that it will help develop them into a passionate community of young explorers, inspired to learn about the world in which they live and strive to protect it”.

Team Sayari is a first in so many ways. African children and experts presenting the continent’s wealth of biodiversity treasures have never been seen before. Our child trail blazers reporting from different parts of Africa bring the continent together to work on solutions to the challenges that threaten our wildlife. The power of the series lies in the voices of African children calling each other to action.” said Dr. Paula Kahumbu, CEO of Wildlife Direct.

This sets the scene for adventurous journeys, in which the wonders of the natural world, and the need to live more lightly on the planet, are revealed. On their travels, Team Sayari will meet National Geographic Explorers and trailblazers in the fields of conservation, science, nature, wildlife and the environment, learning valuable lessons regarding how to reduce their impact, protect and restore nature in a fun way.

“At National Geographic, we believe that when people understand the world better, they care more deeply for it. National Geographic has been igniting the explorer in all of us for 133 years, and Team Sayari is a bright example of this mission and purpose. We cannot wait for viewers across the continent to share in this engaging and entertaining local series, with the hope that it will help develop them into a passionate community of young explorers, inspired to learn about the world in which they live and strive to protect it,” said Christine Service, general manager of The Walt Disney Company Africa.

The series is produced by Kenyan production company White Rhino Films with the aim to celebrate the environment and raise awareness of conservation and associated issues in a fun and relatable way.

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