AfrikaBurn 2023: 24 to 30 April

Our 2018 Post Working Title Survey is ready!

Want to know how many people came from Kenya? Or maybe what the largest age group of attendees is? How many virgins attended? What happened to the Weekend Warriors? Wonder and wait no more!
All the juicy stats and numbers you’ve been waiting for have arrived – and one thing’s for sure, the data is very different to last year. Surprising even. Hell, anyone who’s got a stake in this little shindig in the desert should give it a read. 
This year’s Survey has taken us much longer than normal to prepare, as there’s been a wide number of people involved this year around – from Dutch and German thesis writers – and this has all made for a rather challenging release, but huge thanks are due to everyone involved.
A particularly HUGE thanks to those of you who answered the survey. The data we get from Survey responses is very important in helping inform the decisions and directions we’re heading in, because the data gives us a great snapshot of what life has been like for the citizens of Tankwa Town in 2018. 
Keen to see the long and lovely statistics and snippets? Click the picture below to get the downloadable PDF. And if you’d like to get involved for next year’s survey, planned to go our one week post event, pop a mail to [email protected] and we’ll put our heads together. 

pssst: were you looking for our 2019 Survey results? You can find those here.

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