LAKOU KAJOU Season 2 released, focusing on exercise, transportation, and landmarks

Lakou Kajou‘s latest videos are now available on YouTube, bringing a new set of fun, educational videos to children all over Haiti. This series focuses on three themes: exercise, transportation, and landmarks. The season includes videos that teach core skills in math, science, Kreyol literacy, along with socio-emotional learning such as how to effectively cope with feelings and caring for others. Check out a few from this season (with English subtitles) or go to Lakou Kajou YouTube channel for the full series.

Lakou Kajou is an educational video series in Creole for Haitian children and their families. Animated seven-year-old twins Lili and Tilou have adventures in and around their neighborhood that help children develop important skills in math, science, literacy, problem solving and more. The series is developed by a team of Haitian educators, artists, animators, and film professionals. Research on the program’s educational impact has found positive effects on children’s learning.

Lakou Kajou is produced by Blue Butterfly in collaboration with InnovEd (an educational institute at the Université Quisqueya) and Muska Group (a video production company based in Port-au-Prince). The program is supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, FOKAL and individual donors. Lakou Kajou’s offices are at Université Quisqueya.