Examples how people in Western Uganda use GALS tools
This is a series of video’s that can give you a deeper understanding of how participants in Western Uganda have used and adapted the GALS tools for their own situation. Unique about these video’s is that you see people explaining in detail what the meaning is of the drawings they made. You hear them speaking in their own language, with someone at the background translating. Some of these take some patience to watch, which is really worth it if you want to have a deeper understanding of the way people use the tools. The tools included in this series are:
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