The children’s educational program Team Sayari will air on Disney Channel (DStv 303) at 5:05 pm ET from Monday, December 12, 2022, with one episode each day from Monday to Friday.
This innovative children’s documentary series is produced by Kenyan production company White Rhino Films and is designed to celebrate, encourage and inspire the next generation of environmentalists to interact, care and protect the environment and its resources. The series aims to spread knowledge and encourage action to conserve the world’s biodiversity in a fun way.
Team Sayari is a joint project of The Walt Disney Company Africa along with its partners from the US Department of State, US Agency for International Development (USAID) and WildlifeDirect.
This announcement follows the successful launch and first run of the Team Sayari entertainment and education program at the National Geographic Wild in response to requests from those who have not been able to see it and those who would like to enjoy it.
again for the holidays.
The series is hosted by Misha Hodson (age 13), Marita Lucas (age 12), Shanah Manjeru (age 14), Reilly Mwai (age 10) and Adarsh Nagda (age 12). East and West Africa to provide a team
Sayari viewers with a fun and varied experience.
Recently, on November 5th, some of Team Sayari’s hosts Marita Lucas, Reilly Mwai and Adarsh Nagda, along with WildlifeDirect CEO Dr. Paula Kahumbu and Team Leader Trish Sue, visited the Wildlife Warriors Kids Field Lab in Kajiado as part of a series of events. An outreach program currently being implemented to spread the series’ reach through grassroots outreach in various East African communities. Two episodes of Team Sayari were shown to a group of 115 young people who were thrilled to watch the program along with the hosts of the show.
Afterwards, they interacted with the three hosts, planted trees, and took a walk along the Mbagati River, which serves as the boundary between the field laboratory and Nairobi National Park, the only park in the world located in the capital. . They are
also learned about nature and the environment from Kahumbu and the WildlifeDirect team and expressed interest in volunteering at the Hub. All three also shared their adventurous experiences while creating Team Sayari, answered questions about