Thinking change_David Ng'ang'a





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Uploaded on Jul 13, 2010

During the post-election violence in Kenya in 2007-8, David was shot by an arrow into his chest. He tells his story about how he recovered, but then developed deep resentment for the then rival tribe. Through the LEAP Sport programme, he was able to learn to forgive, but also to become a mediator to help resolve conflict around him. David is now a group leader in LEAP Sport, he has a new life and an important role in his community.

This Participatory Videos was made using the Most
Significant Change (MSC) methodology for the purpose of monitoring and evaluating the Mercy Corps LEAP Sport programme.
Supported by Nike
Facilitated by InsightShare

. InsightShare uses Participatory Video as a tool for individuals and groups to grow in self-confidence and trust, and to build skills to act for change. Our Participatory Video methods value local knowledge, build bridges between communities and decision-makers, and enable people to develop greater control over the decisions affecting their lives.

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