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6. Data Analysis Our ways of collecting data were using the Daisy Model, inclusive, participatory activities, focus groups, free-flowing and guided conversation, and an observatory approach. There did not seem to be any hesitation on the part of the participants to contribute as we already had previously established relationships, there was trust amongst us, and they were eager to tell their stories. Each group was asked the same questions and did the same two workshops. We gave each group time to think about the issues and then shared them with the groups. Each person was encouraged to give their opinion on each question. Thanks to our first two activities (the Conflict and Peace Tree) discussion, we did not have any problem on the part of the participants to contribute because we created a safe and comfortable environment by establishing a relationship and trust among ourselves. This encouraged many of our participants to tell their stories and express themselves freely. We will divide our findings into Four sessions: Session I: is our
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