Reflections on Africa's Indigenous Knowledge on Parenting part 1 & 2

stella Ndugire- Mbugua
Posted February 9, 2016 from Kenya

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stella Ndugire- Mbugua
Apr 26, 2016
Apr 26, 2016

Part 2 of the positive parenting practices that are almost forgotten due to globalizationshared tomaccompany part 1, previously shared...

Enjoy the regional documentary showcasing positive indigenous practices that are slowly getting forgotten.

You will enjoy this...

Marie-Claire Kuja
Feb 11, 2016
Feb 11, 2016

Thanks for sharing Stella.We need good parenting skills to be back in our communities.I will love to watch part 2.

Kuja.

Sally maforchi Mboumien
Feb 11, 2016
Feb 11, 2016

Stella I love this so much. I admire the great elements of commitment, sacrifice and more that characterize this parenting. The hand down of values from parent to children is very fascinating.

What makes me feel worried is the fact that women who are a determining factor in indigenous parenting is still maltreated.

Waiting for part 2

stella Ndugire- Mbugua
Jun 24, 2016
Jun 24, 2016

Hi Masalien. I hope that you are keeping well and that you were able to go through part 2 of the video.

There is so much that women did and do in our society. They deserved to be kept safe from all form of harm: physical or mental. Are we not products of women, our mothers? Stay strong and blessings,

Stella

kk
Jun 24, 2016
Jun 24, 2016

Africa's culture and life style even pronunciation are very near to India. Our problems and challenges are also almost the same. We should join the hands to overcome all our problems.   

stella Ndugire- Mbugua
Jun 24, 2016
Jun 24, 2016

For sure KK. Thanks for the shout out and glad to hear of the values India, similar to those of our people.

stella