"Cannot wait to hear the stories and take these experiences to the next step, where we actually start tracking changes in the communities, and report on the benefits from CLC in our communities. See you soon!"
"All the best with it, Ruben!
And this is taking place in the JH School of Public Health, where I studied in 1981-82!
Of course, don't hesitate to call upon us for any help with the session and with follow up! "
"Friends: I only saw this posting now. As a staunch supporter, advocate and user of the CLCP, using and applying the principles widely, in my work with UNAIDS and as a lecturer and mentor in academia, I must participate in this important discussion.…"
"Welcome to Guyana competence group! I liked what you spoke about Caribbean competence. This is the trend I see in 2011. From country teams we are moving towards regional teams. We already have Asia Pacific Competence where country teams are drawing…"
"David! Large things start with a thought, a wish, and inspiration. It takes believing and follow-up actions to make any dream come through. I KNOW, and now you know, that 'Caribbean Life Competence' will transform local and nation-wide…"
Welcome to Guyana competence group! I liked what you spoke about Caribbean competence. This is the trend I see in 2011. From country teams we are moving towards regional teams. We already have Asia Pacific Competence where country teams are drawing a lot of inspiration and support from each other through skype meetings and now we even have a group here.
Through this platform and coaches travelling to different countries we learn about what other country teams are doing and there is a growing interest to learn from each other. India competence will very much like to learn from Guyana Competence.
Welcome to Community Life Competence! What a pleasure to send you this message:-) Guyana Competence rocks!
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