Closing streets in Libreville for children to play
Libreville lacks dedicated play areas for young children, and streets are typically unsafe for them to play on. However, there is a tradition in Gabon of closing streets for a few hours for certain ceremonies, such as marriage celebrations. This raises the question of whether streets could also be periodically closed for children to play.
The project will trial the idea of closing identified streets on certain days to organise games and play for young children, potentially involving movable structures such as sand pits. A movie will be produced to showcase how the idea works.