In mid Feburary 2011 Anna Klang, Anna Lundberg, Hampus Regnér and Rikard Rehnmark arrived in Kisumu initialy looking for a project within the field of Arcitecthure. Instead we came in contact with a local organisation, Kakamega Environmental Eduation Program (KEEP), based in the Kakamega Forest working with environmental education for the children in that area; and later another organisation called Wild Life Clubs of Kenya (WCK). Soon we fell in love with their passion and the beauty of the forest and started to discuss potential design project that would benifit the local community and the organisation. Their focus on active learning and new creative ways to teach the children inspiered us all and we decided together with KEEP to design a new educational experience for the children, in the form of a game. With a limited set of tools, pens, material, technology and work space we started design the educational game soon to be named KEEP IT! in the backyard of a friends small restaurant in Kisumu.