DAY 9: Insights of Knowledge Systems Developed by a Community

by Simbarashe Mudhokwani, Mhondoro Ngezi, Chacha Village Zimbabwe, 8 July 2017

Muhacha Tree: used to produce jam and has fruits that feed donkeys, cattle and even humans
Sunrise in Mhondoro symbolizing a new beginning, continuity, another chance and life
Goat slaughtering as the DoL was prepared for a start

FIRST SESSION:

Preparion of Mushiya_”Troth Blood”
Preparation of Intestines
Cleaned intestines
Ready for consumption
Consuming time
Another elder giving instruction to the young girl on method of preparing a unique diet from goat interstines

SECOND SESSION:

Mrs Chacha: Teaching on Foods Preservation
Mr Elliot Chacha: Teaching on producing organic feed for traditional chickens “Roadrunner”
Alovera, that can be used to treat sick-checkens
Mrs Musarapasi: Teaching on small grain (Sorghum) and ways of planting it and preparing indigenous meal using it
Munyaradzi: Teaching on goats
Mrs Chacha, grandmother giving her lesson on “Millet”_Zviyo
Mr Musarapasi: Teaching on keeping of cattle, their health and feed (Holding blackjack)
Chigunguru plant being held on hand
The plant in its Natural habitant
Cactus fruits used used as animal feed
Cactus tree fruits used as animal feed
Maize Cob Shells gatherd and kept as stock feed.
Mr Mpofu: Teaching on ways of Preserving Sweet Potatoes
Mrs Tamayi: Teaching on cowpeas “Nyemba in Shona”
Mrs Mudhokwani: Self teaching traditional ways of grinding
Following the teaching and listening through knowledge exchange
Children following an older-one in the traditional gaming knowledge

THIRD SESSION:

100 DAYS OF LEARNING

A journey from knowledge to wisdom — turning lessons into action

Simbarashe Mudhokwani

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100 DAYS OF LEARNING

A journey from knowledge to wisdom — turning lessons into action