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This paper is intended to fill the gap that has emerged in the scholarship on the changing nature of intergenerational practice in Sub-Saharan Africa. In particular, it addresses the emergence of compassion and sorrow as irreducible minimum in intergenerational practice. The paper attempts to confirm the common assumption among practitioners that in every community, whether in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia or the Oceania, intergenerational practices notably try to capture the mostdoi:10.1080/09718923.2008.11892614 fatcat:bw5i5xucn5exxexjka4ytdpsfm