Following the success of NiñosPAZificos in 2005, the Prince Claus Fund supported an educational programme in Nuquí called Casa Chocó-Late. The idea was to give children an opportunity to learn from their elders – and experts from outside the region – about their cultural traditions.
Between 2006 and 2008 workshops took place every weekday for anyone wanting to join in. Three hundred children between the ages of five and sixteen attended music, dance, theatre and percussion classes each week. The town participated in two large events organised through Casa Chocó-Late to celebrate creativity, music and traditional dance.