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Started this discussion. Last reply by charles esibikhwa edward Jul 20, 2014. 8 Replies

hallo fellow members,am intrigued to be part of this group and i just wanted to know how do you engage with new members who join the group and would like to be actively involved or take part in your…Continue

 

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"hi http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profile/MarieLamboray, Bedi's grandparents lived in Western Kenya,its quite far from Turkana. I have illustrated for you on the map below just to show you how far the two places are,have you been to…"
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"Talented youth for community initiatives in Giheta commune (Burundi)"

"This is so encouraging http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profile/EricUWINTWAZA but i would like to urge you to also look into the inner talents and skills of this young people apart from just their economic needs ok.We have a wonderful program…"
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"Hello Charles, I'm curious; where did Bedi's grandparents live? Near lake Turkana or Natron? Please see Eric Uwintwaza's pictures (income generating project with youths in…"
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"Mzee Bedi's story has been a changing force in Kangemi where he lives,it was so inspiring to see mzee Bedi inspire even the youth to take charge of their lives.Many felt like they have been wasting much time looking at the government to provide…"
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"Thanks for this great story Charles. I particularly liked the conclusion. What happened after Mzee Bedi narrated his story? Also where was this narrated? What was the affect on all present? Warm greetings!"
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Traditional Soda Ash ProductionNGAO Society/ABCD Kenya has just embarked on a journey to map the assets, strength and capacities of individuals, associations and institutions within Kangemi. Here is our first story of the one Mzee Dunstone Bedi.  Being in charge of Asset Based Community development at NGAO society, I needed to go to…See More
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"Yes Rituu,we have just began our asset mapping journey.Having one on one with community members trying to find what is it that they can do better,what is their strength?We understand that when people do what they love most,they are self motivated,we…"
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Gender
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Name
charles esibikhwa edward
How did you know about Constellation community?
i knew it through the internet.i was reffered to by someone else in this group of ABCD approach to community development
Organisation
community organizing youth kenya
Skype and telephone
+254 717172293
About Me:
am a community organizer who was trained in the year 2010 and since then i generated the passion to bring and inspire change in the community and so i came up with an organization to champion for change.this organization mobilizes youth in the slums to take charge of their life and not to wait to anyone to come and do for them.am currently the director of the organization.
My dream:
my dream is to see everyone living an abundant life that is free or poverty and oppression.we can change the world if we come together and thats my mission.
My concern:
my concern is those young people living in the slums whom their dreams have been shattered and they have no way to make their life important.somebody need to tell this young people that life has a purpose and they have to work hard to achieve that purpose.somebody has to support this young people and someone has to act as a role model for this young people.
I'm proud of:
am proud of every human being who sees the importance of another and realize that the only way we can be a winning team is by involving others regardless of where they come from or who they are.
What I think of Community Life Competence:
this is the best methodology to use to facilitate community empowerment programs.
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Facilitate Community Life Competence in my community, Launch a facilitation team, Join a facilitation team, Share about Community Life Competence with potential partners; friends; colleagues, 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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At 9:07pm on July 1, 2014, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Thanks for uploading your profile photo..nice! You might like to join the Kenya group here http://aidscompetence.ning.com/group/kenyacompetencegroup

Looking forward to stories of local responses in your community

At 7:38pm on July 1, 2014, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Dear Charles,

Welcome to Community Life Competence! 

Could you add your picture as it adds a human touch to your profile? (go to 'settings' then 'upload photo')

 Connect with members: We hope you will enjoy the opportunity to communicate with friends in all parts of the world. Under the Tab with ‘Members’ you can find people to connect with and members who share similar interest.

Post your experience: You can share your experiences with local responses and the competence process through putting up a blog. To post a blog, first sign in, then go to top of the page and click on the blue button ‘Our Stories’ and click on ‘+ Add ’. You can also comment on blogs posted by other members.

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Again, we are very happy to have your voice on Community Life 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 want support contact rituu[@]communitylifecompetence.org. To know more about the Community Life Competence approach, please visit http://www.communitylifecompetence.org 

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