School playgrounds traditionally provide sports areas and imitation games which play an indirect role in reinforcing patterns of exclusion.

Often, a central part of the playground will be allocated for boys to play sports games that require a lot of space, while girls will place themselves in small groups in the surrounding area. Pazapa is a game that aims to address gendered use of space at an early age, teaching children about respectful coexistence. It offers a scalable and customisable environment that lets each child appropriate the space around them fairly, first in the classroom and then in the playground.

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