In what ways may we ‘pause’ the population boom?
Celebrated International Women’s Day, , 8 March 2019, with Livestock Trainers at Narowal. Where these women through interactive activities practiced their dialogic speaking provided a comprehensible and convincing argumentation, took turns appropriately in an interaction. Also worked as a team to reach a collective decision regarding who was ‘wolf’ among the villagers. Apart from cooperating, they also learn to listen to statements and information critically, and experience the power of manipulation first-hand. Being Livestock Trainers, they came up with innovative solutions to halting a virus that madman had spread in the community. Showcasing quick adaptability and responsiveness to the solution. It was greatly energizing to see these women talking straight and taking action.