Let me walk in your shoes. Zambia

“Let me Walk in Your Shoes” is a prototype that was birthed out of a group of Ubuntu Cohort 1 team of about 5 people based on our conviction that everyone has an issue that they would need to talk to someone about some time if not most times in their lives. It started based…

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Story telling circles. Uganda

For several decades, the Africa of Empires has experienced an important imbalance of its tradition following the influence of Western civilizations which have until today rendered obsolete certain essential elements composing African culture. In the sole concern of contributing somewhat to the rebirth of endangered African culture, having within it a new generation that ignores…

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Collective Trauma Healing. South Africa

Erikson K.T. (1976) wrote in “Everything in its Path” . . . “by individual trauma, I mean a blow to the psyche that breaks through one’s defenses so suddenly and with such brutal force that one cannot react to it effectively -by collective trauma, on the other hand, I mean a blow to the basic…

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The Circle Method. South Africa

The Circle Method is a researched, established and successful empathy developing practice that allows a healthy way of being as an individual and as a collective. People coming together in circle, to listen deeply to each other, to deepen empathy and speak truths and traumas. We have proven the method is effective for 2 years…

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