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serina 2: the Kenyan culture thrives on the social aspect of humanity
Kobie: Dave - they are learning. They are *huge* and where willing to listen to me and take my hand outs. oo
Sasha: and also urbanites are more endangered?
serina 2: closing schools would help provided the parents understand the info passed to them
Lucas: are schools owned by the state, private, NGOs? who do they listen to?
Lucas: because, you know, they would have to be closed *soon* to have the best impact
serina 2: all the above...financial implications for the private ones i'd assume
serina 2: that's why it's important the info reaches the parents
Lucas: That would be great - talk directly to those who can make decisions.
Sasha: I think that direcotrs will only follow authorities orders
serina 2: wouldn't home isolation be a better more practical option?
DavePollard: Can we reach school principals and get them to understand the importance of closing schools before dithering governments make the decision?
Lucas: and who's their boss, then?
Lucas: This we need to learn more about. From cultural values (I don't know anything about that) to networks of contact (do people congregate more at schools, marketplaces, churches or what?) to how do people learn (school, radio, word of mouth) and who from (authority or trusted figures).