Dear friends, share this about Uganda .
Tha AIDS Support Organisation (TASO ) Uganda 2008.TASO Vision
A world without AidsTASO Mission Statement
TASO exist to contribute to a process of preventing HIV infection, restoring hope and improving the quality of life of persons, families and communities affected by HIV infection and diseases.TASO… Continue
Added by Njoh Angwi Constance on February 24, 2010 at 4:48pm —
Just wanted to share my passion
From my experiences working with strenghtbased development with teenagers, individuals and families for many years and from my experience as manager and now consultant in leadership organisational and community development... I believe that it is all about the same thing
How can we make people feel that they are important for the whole? How can we support people to create meaning in their… Continue
Added by Kicki Oljemark on February 24, 2010 at 3:41pm —
Samedi, 6hr du matin. C’est le weekend, mais le réveil sonne parce qu’aujourd’hui nous allons accompagner une nouvelle équipe des facilitateurs à Kinshasa. Sur invitation d’UNICEF 50 relais communautaires étaient formés par l’équipe de rêve (‘Dreamteam’) RDCCompetence. Ils ont appliqué l’approche sur 5 pratiques de la sante en famille, inclut la malaria, les maladie/… Continue
Added by Gaston on February 22, 2010 at 2:30am —
CHP, Care Foundation, Galaxy Club, Kripa Foundation and Prodigals' Home recently launched the Knowledge FAN project in the north eastern states of Manipur and Nagaland with the support of UNAIDS, India.…
Added by Ash Pachauri on February 19, 2010 at 8:30am —
Apart from standard medication and food, there some plants in the world that can help boost the immune system of PLWHIV.
-Galic ( Allium sativum
) . This plant is noted for it antibiotic, antiseptic antiviral, antifungal and anti diabetic properties. It is known to slow down the progress of herpes simplexI which is a virus that stimulates HIV.We are encouraged to include much raw galic into our daily meals.
Added by Njoh Angwi Constance on February 18, 2010 at 4:02pm —
Added by Onesmus Mutuku on February 16, 2010 at 1:00pm —
As I was sitting at Georgetown airport, waiting for my flight, I overheard a guy some distance away saying on the phone “This country is very corrupt …”. I couldn’t help looking up at him and thinking, “The poor guy! He didn’t know what he missed!” I didn’t know what he had experienced while here and what ‘lens’ he’s been using, but obviously he must have been using a different… Continue
Added by Usa Duongsaa on February 14, 2010 at 9:59am —
(voir plus bas pour le français)… Continue
Added by Laurence Gilliot on February 12, 2010 at 8:59pm —
Human capacities are the foundation of actions we take. This core capacity needs to be built through conscious and constant review, reflection, learning and practice. This is inclusive of processes to support, stimulate, appreciate, ask about the actions taken, listen, learn and link them with appropriate sources, work in teams and transfer learning from one community / organisation to others. This will enable capacity building not just within a particular organisation or constituency but with… Continue
Added by Indumathi Ravi Shankar on February 12, 2010 at 6:15pm —
"What is the secret of Guyana?". This was the question my colleague asked me yesterday after seeing, hearing and reading the results after 9 days of learning event on AIDS Competence in Guyana. Apart from excellent organization, logistics, good preparation and impressive UNAIDS leadership, there was something else that made this event such a success. Continue
Although Guyana is nr 114 on the ‘Human Development…
Added by Gaston on February 11, 2010 at 8:02pm —
My work day did not begin standing in a circle with familiar friendly faces sharing "what the weather is like inside" as has been the ritual of the last few days. But apart from the circle and the friendly faces...I found myself going through this process as I sat in my Office.
What a great way to start your day! Identifying your "weather" helps you to acclimatise your mind for the day ahead, it also helps you to consciously change your weather conditions… Continue
Added by Ashanta Osborne-Moses on February 11, 2010 at 7:22pm —
I don't see salt just as method or tool but rather a way of life. This mean once we adopt it within our lives we become salt and hence we ourself become the tool for change.
Added by Lloyd Pat Edun on February 11, 2010 at 6:05pm —
In many of the villages where Samraksha is involved with the communities, after the completion of , people have spoken about people they knew, sometimes their relatives who have had HIV and how they would like to help them and other people like them, and they now knew how to help them.
One woman spoke amidst much tears about her son, who had died due to HIV 10 years ago. She said she had cared for her son, when his wife had left him at the mothers house. SHe had bathed him, fed him… Continue
Added by Arun Bhandari on February 11, 2010 at 6:00pm —
Ø Do it outside the office environment to help people relax.…
Added by Ryon Rawlins on February 10, 2010 at 2:21am —
Voici un témoignage que m'a confié un ami burundais pour le partager avec vous. Nous avons, bien sûr, pris quelques précautions pour préserver son anonymat, compte tenu du contexte. (English translation follows).… Continue
Added by Jean Legastelois on February 9, 2010 at 10:00pm —
What we Learn in Guyana from the Self Assessments, River and the Stairs Diagrams
- Self Assessment Framework: Helps us to access how well we re doing now, what levels we're at, and to set targets for the future.
- The River Diagram: Helps us compare our performance and progress with others…
Added by Korey Anthony Chisholm on February 9, 2010 at 7:26pm —
Its my privilege to apply the SALT after being ignorant of sum facts. Now, as a team, we will continue to empower prisoners and those in the rehabilitation center so as to produce better Continue
rounded individuals who will be reintegrated into society. When the message goes into the home then we
are better equipped to deal with the community, it will then spread like a
disease making our work much…
Added by Marc on February 9, 2010 at 7:27am —
The People Living with HIV Self- Assessment was very inspiring. Their were so much stories and great dreams sheared on how person have overcome the problems to have great strengths today which was a learning experiences for the other members of the group. The assessment showed how the community felt base on their strengths and we were able to zoom in on what was right and how we can move as a group. Conversations were stimulated on how people living with HIV act or react to various situations… Continue
Added by Korey Anthony Chisholm on February 9, 2010 at 3:00am —
Today I had an opportunity to be a tourist and do some sightseeing in Georgetown, Guyana. Being Sunday, unfortunately all the churches, museums and handicraft shops I wanted to visit were closed. However, I came across a little piece of wisdom inscribed, on the 4 sides of a pole in front of a lovely building, by the Friends of Peace Pilgrim, Guyana Chapter, on 12 January 2004:…
Added by Usa Duongsaa on February 8, 2010 at 4:00am —
Today I began a training for 15 new Peer Educators within our HIV and AIDS education and awareness programme. And already, I note the difference this process has made in the very way I approach the training, the language I am using, and more importantly - how I view and interact with the potential PEs.
It occurred to me....that this is an excellent way of spreading the SALT message: Lets teach our YOUTH. Who better to make this investment in? We have seen and acknowledged what a… Continue
Added by Ashanta Osborne-Moses on February 6, 2010 at 7:14am —