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Report on Third Critical Thinking Workshop in Kanyenze

Posted: Thu, March 15, 2018 | By: Past Projects



by Loice Ngunguro

46 participants attended and mainly we discussed superstition as the major topic as it is the Doubt most communities have in common.

Participants defined forms of superstition in our community as:

Witch craft

Belief in human rain makers

Animal sacrifice by ridgeleaders

Prayer worriors

Out of the above, conflicts have always broken in communities following their findings because some community still believe that their acts are real and final.

Families have divorced and bloodshed has occurred in some areas.

OUR RECOMMENDATION AS A TEAM;

WAS that government should be sensitised about critical thinking such that these acts can be avoided otherwise one small team like Kanyenze can not manage even if we avoid these acts of superstition, other areas will stiil fool them and no positive impact will be realised.

It was seen that only science will work to solve human needs and neither any of the superstition acts.

Science in schools should always be practical and not too much theories for our children to have a future generation which is fully awake on what happens and how to solve them scientifically.

preparing food for participants in the workshop
preparing food for participants in the workshop








































list of participants
list of participants

















list of participants
list of participants


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