On Monday, I went with the Community Capacity Building team to Kitaima to facilitate the community's "first interaction." This team was "right up my ally" of what I studied in my graduate social work program with a focus in Community-Centered Integrated Practice, which is a fancy term for community organizing. Like most group facilitations, we began by assigning members different roles (chairperson, secretary, time keeper, etc.) and setting group rules and expectations. As you can see, group expectations of the interaction range from "how to interact with people" to "how to keep indigenous and exotic poultry." Of course with any good capacity-building, you need a good team building exercise! Pictured below is a group playing a game which is probably familiar to you--the human knot. Personally, I find more enjoyment in "supervising" than "participating," after factoring in the variable of whether or not the participants chose to practice personal hygiene on this particular morning.