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.

Livestock Trainers Playout Sceniories to Stop the Virus from Spreading