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Self Discrimination of People Living with HIV/AIDS

Started Nov 4, 2009 0 Replies

I am a new member of the aids competence. I want to pick up your brain too much. Some PLHAs had a sense of discrimination from environment and surrounding and so they have not dare to participate in…Continue

 

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Gaston commented on Ye Win's blog post Overcoming Pseudo-participation in mobilising the general people in Health and development activities
"Dear Ye Win, great to hear from you again. One way as well is to facilitate the dream-exercise and start from an individual level. How would your dream SHG look like according to you? Have them all reflect and draw the outcome. Then in sub groups…"
Jul 23, 2010
Laurence Gilliot commented on Ye Win's blog post Overcoming Pseudo-participation in mobilising the general people in Health and development activities
"Hi Ye Win, The champion in involving its members is definitely RDCCompétence, the facilitation team in DR-Congo. I spend two months with them in Feb-Mar of this year. What I learned from them? - members pay membership fee as a way to…"
Jul 23, 2010
Ye Win commented on Ye Win's blog post Overcoming Pseudo-participation in mobilising the general people in Health and development activities
"Thanks you friends for your comments. As per Lamorary's comment, introducing themselves is a alternate way for ocercoming this issue. Here, I want to explain briefly about "pseudo participation". 1 of my SHG had many members at 2009…"
Jul 22, 2010
Jean-Louis Lamboray commented on Ye Win's blog post Overcoming Pseudo-participation in mobilising the general people in Health and development activities
"Ye Win, very challenging issue! During the Chiang Mai knowledge fair, we requested people to introduce themselves as humans. We specifically asked not to mention their organisation. In this way, we avoided labels and the generalisattions that come…"
Jul 21, 2010
Laurence Gilliot commented on Ye Win's blog post Overcoming Pseudo-participation in mobilising the general people in Health and development activities
"Dear Ye Win, Could you explain what you mean by pseudo-participation because I'm not familiar with this term? Perhaps you can give one example? Thank you, Laurence"
Jul 21, 2010
Ye Win posted a blog post

Overcoming Pseudo-participation in mobilising the general people in Health and development activities

Dear Friends,Now I am now working with new target groups and new approach (social mobilization or developing village based comittees). So I had learned many experiences from them and I'd tried to apply for these experience to PLHA (Peole Living with HIV/AIDS) self help groups like income generation, group forming, their ownvalues. 1 of my difficulty is pseudo-participation in related groups. So I'd tried to reduce this pseudo participation among these groups by promoting knowledge and awareness…See More
Jul 21, 2010
Ye Win updated their profile
Jul 21, 2010
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Jul 21, 2010
Ye Win commented on Abraham Mutluri's blog post AIDS Orphans are leaving their own villages
"I strongly agree for that blogs. I am now working with Orphans and Vulnerable Children affected/infected by HIV/AIDS in Myanmar. According to my experience, the OVCs had mostly suffered psychosocial problems and nutritional problems. So we are…"
Apr 8, 2010
Gaston commented on Ye Win's blog post Referring SALT to Self Help Group
"Dear Ye Win, good to read this from the other side of the world. I am currently in Latin America where groups and networks are introduced to AIDS Competence and SALT. I am particularly interested in how the SHG have integrated it and their…"
Jan 30, 2010
Sirinate Piyajitpirat and Ye Win are now friends
Jan 26, 2010
Lawan Vejapikul commented on Ye Win's blog post Referring SALT to Self Help Group
"Very well done Ye Win......really glad to hear that you and your team at SHGs are happy with SALT and be able to adapt the idea of SALT to your programmes. You already made a nice day for me with your nice story : )"
Jan 25, 2010
Ye Win commented on Ye Win's blog post Referring SALT to Self Help Group
"Thanks for your comments! I want to share my experiences about SALT sharing to SHGs. Firstly I discuss with the other staffs for sharing SALT because the SHGs members are low literacy. So we had to share the SALT not only iin directly (explain…"
Jan 25, 2010
Lawan Vejapikul commented on Ye Win's blog post Referring SALT to Self Help Group
"Nice to here from you and so happy to hear that SALT has been transferred and started to spread in Myanmar from your experiences with the SALT Visit Programme in Chiang Mai, Thailand that we organised : ) If there is any helps and/or supports you…"
Jan 22, 2010
Marlou commented on Ye Win's blog post Referring SALT to Self Help Group
"Ye Win, great to hear from you. Transferring the excitement about SALT and the potentials for change it brings back in our own context is something many of us struggle with. What did you do, to transfer to your colleagues? Best wishes, Marlou"
Jan 21, 2010
Ye Win posted a blog post

Referring SALT to Self Help Group

Mingalarpar to allI had visited to aids competence office, Chiang Mai at November 2009. During this trip, I could try to understand about the SALT methodology. Then I had tried to transfer these methodology to my staffs, partners and local SHG. So 2 SHG had understand the SALT and then they also tried to apply their activities.Thanks for aidscompetence!!! I think more of SHG will apply SALT and get success in their activities.See More
Jan 21, 2010

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Gender
Male
Name
Ye Win
Organisation
CARE International in Myanmar
About Me:
Just a Humanitarian worker
My dream:
To support the vulnerable people
My concern:
As I can
I'm proud of:
My work
What I think of Community Life Competence:
Very practical and amazing organisation!!
What do I want to do to spread Community Life Competence?
Launch a facilitation team, I want to apply SALT in my own life (S: Stimulate; Support; A: Appreciate; L: Listen; Learn; Link; T: Transfer; Team), Facilitate AIDS Competence in my community, Share about AIDS Competence with potential partners; friends; colleagues
The small secretariat of the Constellation also needs help. Do you want to help? I want to:
Knowledge Management, Share AIDS Competence with potential partners

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Overcoming Pseudo-participation in mobilising the general people in Health and development activities

Posted on July 21, 2010 at 3:09pm 5 Comments

Dear Friends,

Now I am now working with new target groups and new approach (social mobilization or developing village based comittees). So I had learned many experiences from them and I'd tried to apply for these experience to PLHA (Peole Living with HIV/AIDS) self help groups like income generation, group forming, their ownvalues. 1 of my difficulty is pseudo-participation in related groups. So I'd tried to reduce…

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Referring SALT to Self Help Group

Posted on January 21, 2010 at 9:04am 5 Comments

Mingalarpar to all
I had visited to aids competence office, Chiang Mai at November 2009. During this trip, I could try to understand about the SALT methodology. Then I had tried to transfer these methodology to my staffs, partners and local SHG. So 2 SHG had understand the SALT and then they also tried to apply their activities.Thanks for aidscompetence!!! I think more of SHG will apply SALT and get success in their activities.

Self discrimination of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA)

Posted on November 1, 2009 at 7:49pm 4 Comments

I am a new member of the aids competence. I want to pick up your brain too much. Some PLHAs had a sense of discrimination from environment and surrounding and so they have not dare to participate in any social events like forum, self help group. But their surrounding have not desire to discriminate upon them. So may I have any suggestion for this condition and how I do for those PLHAs ?

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At 11:09pm on September 2, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

A very happy birthday Ye Win!

At 8:32am on October 29, 2009, Laurence Gilliot said…
Dear Ye Win,

Welcome to Aidscompetence! Could you please add your picture to your profile as it adds a human touch?

We hope you will enjoy the opportunity to communicate with colleagues and friends in all parts of the world.

Please take some time to walk through this virtual Constellation home.
You will find many opportunities for connecting, sharing and learning.

Connecting: Under the Tab with Members you find people to connect or to reconnect with directly, on their personal pages. The search function will certainly be of help! We encourage you to make your own page your personal ‘home’ which allows for a conversation from human to human - online.

Sharing Experiences: In the blogs we are sharing our experiences with local responses and the competence process. These experiences and stories do not require a discussion or exchange, but comments are welcome! Some stories in the blog link directly to our knowledge asset (see tab knowledge asset).I am sure your experience will be useful to others!

Learning Together: Our Forum is the place where we learn together. If you want to discuss an element of the Competence process, or other issues related to local responses, please contribute to the forum.

Again, we are very happy to have your voice on Aids Competence and look forward to your contributions.
You will find some suggestions and rules of play under the ‘help’ tab.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any assistance. If you have want support for writing your blog, contact me.

Warm regards,

Laurence
 
 
 

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