Marlou
  • 49, Female
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  • France
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SALT in the Family

Started this discussion. Last reply by ABEDNEGO KITHEKA MUTUNGWA Aug 31, 2016. 8 Replies

SALT for Spices

Started Jan 22, 2015 0 Replies

 

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Profile Information

Name
Marlou
Organisation
Constellation for AIDS Competence
Skype and telephone
marlouderouw
About Me:
I have the privilige to work in the Constellation Support Team. Besides that I am Marlou. Born in the Netherlands 42 years ago, now having my home in France together with Raymond and our four children. Most of all I enjoy the days where the worlds of 'work' and 'life' meet.
My dream:
A Constellation of people and communities making this world a bright place to be. Starting from my own little stars at home.
My concern:
I am truly convinced that here is where the start for Life competence is: in our homes, with our every day community. If we are able to live peacefully together and allow every-one to be happy and valued in our own house, we can reach out from there. It is not easy! But there is more hope then concern.
I'm proud of:
My friends in so many places of the world, all working towards the same goal - all in our own context and from our own strength.
What I think of Community Life Competence:
Let's Strive for It!
Website 1:
http://communitylifecompetence.org
What do I want to do to spread Community Life Competence?
I want to apply SALT in my own life (S: Stimulate; Support; A: Appreciate; L: Listen; Learn; Link; T: Transfer; Team), I want to share my experience on my blog in Ning

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Marlou's Blog

What will you do to make our dream come true?

Posted on June 12, 2017 at 1:00am 4 Comments

A community conversation in Majpara, Assam, India. With 38 degrees and 98 percent humidity in the air we have come together in the nursery of this village. The heat is almost unbearable and all our faces, hair  and clothes are wet. We look at each other and laugh. "If you can hold on, so can I", we seem to think. The conversations give the energy.

New facilitators are finding their way in asking encouraging authentic questions and…
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ARE YOU IN ? Working towards Constellations dream

Posted on March 6, 2017 at 5:00pm 5 Comments

“Is it possible to imagine [...] a world where individuals and communities recognise and respect their common humanity, and live out their full potential to contribute to society as a whole?”

Many among us as participants in this Constellations virtual platform will surely feel we are contributing to creating that world. We do so in our own way, with our own means, in our own context.…

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Global Support Team in 2017: It will be all about Members, Beacons, SALT online and Connections

Posted on February 14, 2017 at 9:10pm 1 Comment

 

Like every SALT team, the Constellation’s Global Support Team (GST) made its action plan for the year, focusing on three priority practices that should help us get closer to our joint dream. GST members will be contributing their best towards those actions, and we are inviting all who are interested, to join in. Here is where our focus will be:

 
We cultivate memberships of people owning the Constellation dream
Constellation…
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French youngsters mobilise their strengths to support SALT team Sankuru

Posted on December 14, 2016 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

What is the link between this young Motown band in Divonne (MMD) and the SALT team in Sankuru?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEQuetF8gKE&t=51s 

They are both mobilising strengths to support communities in RD-Congo to fight monkeypox! The youngsters are preparing a charity concert end January to contribute to the efforts of the…

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Sankuru: Movilizando nuestros propios recursos en primer lugar

Posted on December 5, 2016 at 5:12pm 0 Comments

“Movilizamos nuestros recursos en primer lugar” es un principio importante en el proceso de competencia ante la vida. Este principio ayuda a garantizar que una comunidad emplee todo su potencial trabajando en la consecución de un sueño. Los miembros de la comunidad movilizan todos sus recursos humanos y financieros para conseguir alcanzar su propio éxito.

Por ello estamos encantados de recibir las últimas noticias sobre Sankuru, Républica Democrática del Congo.

El Equipo de…

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At 9:47am on September 19, 2015, Marie Sandrine Lo Hun said…

Thank you Marlou and Rituu for your support :) 

At 6:38pm on November 7, 2014, Paul LOKOTO ONYUMBE said…

yes malou together we are compétenty

At 1:19pm on May 29, 2014, Hutchison florence said…

Marlou Nice to find your message! Merci de me contacter  pour me donner  des infos qui pourraient m'intéresser . Je ne suis pas  très disponible actuellement, comme le sait Rituu, mais  de prendre déjà des contactes  me permettra de mieux tracer ma voix le moment venu .  Belles pensées à vous Florence

At 6:27pm on October 12, 2012, Delroy Nesta Williams said…

thanks Malou... as always, salt in all we do

At 1:03pm on July 6, 2012, Y.VENKAT RAO REDDY said…

Dear Malou,

You are doing an excellent job.

With regards,

Venkat Reddy

India

At 7:43am on May 16, 2012, thuon nary said…

Dear Malou

Thank you so much for supporting. I remain transfer  SALT Knowlegde to my college and

other NGOs's staff who are working with HIV/AID.

 

Many Thanks

Nary

At 11:04am on October 29, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Lovely photo, Marlou!
At 6:49am on February 16, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…
A warm welcome to the peace competence group! You are our 50th member:-)
At 12:47pm on November 26, 2010, Gusto Aihan said…
terima kasih
At 10:57am on September 21, 2010, Gusto Aihan said…
Dear Marlou

Around March 2009,at the room 234 of general hospital of NTB. There was a house wife, whom her first husband heritage her HIV. Her husband passed away caused by tuberculosis infection opportunistic (it could seem the trigger is HIV). She lived in the countryside; it took 10 hours ride by car to reach her village. She worked as the farmer for some else rice field. Her first husband was a migrant worker (in Malaysia as coconut plantation keeper). In her second married, she started having frequent illness. She detected had HIV. Her second husband is staying negative up to now. She got the treatment for IO and also had the ART. When she had better condition she went back to her home village. On May 2009 I met her again in the same room, she told me that her husband prohibited her to consume ARV. Her husband thought, that ARV gave her wife another diseases (the fact that was only light side effect). They are both uneducated and low knowledge of heath and hygienic life and also part of poverty. Half an hour before, she released her last breath. She apologized to me because she broke her promised to keep the adherent in her days. She also gave me a question about her child future. She passed away right before my eyes. And my tears flew when I heard the cried of her mother( the only person whom took care of her while she was as hospitalized) and her seven years old son( also accompanied his mother and grand mother in hospital). That situation inspire me to empower PLHIV.
 
 
 

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