Connecting local responses around the world
10 associations ont participé à ce forum. Ce forum avait pour objectif la promotion de la réponse locale et l’implication des…Continue
A l'association Le Pont du Tamarinier, où je travaille depuis trois ans et demi, nous avons adopté l'approche SALT depuis 2015. Je fais du travail administratif et aussi j'organise des activités pour les enfants du village du Tamarinier à Rivière Noire, à Maurice.
Depuis l'année dernière, je collabore avec une des mamans du village pour préparer les vacances de fin d'année des enfants. Nous avions d'abord prévu de…Continue
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Appreciating the practice of ‘not knowing’
...a personal reflection concerning today’s triad skype talk about action planning…
You have heard of flying with wings,
But can you fly without wings ?
You have heard of the knowledge that knows,
But can you practice
The knowledge that doesn’t know?
Consider a window: it is…Continue
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There is nothing difficult when people are united by a dream that is bigger than all of them.One year ago when exploring the concerns in Embu community where I am working most members named Orphans and Vulnerable children as a concern.Children were missing school to go and harvest Mukuka/Miraa(a chewing drug).There were alot of cases of child labor.Through discussions guardians and caregivers agreed to start acting together for their own economic…
Je viens de terminer les séries d’atelier d’initiation à l’approche SALT. Des activités réalisées auprès des communautés dans les 11 régions, en collaboration avec l’Unicef Madagascar. Cela entre dans le cadre de la promotion des pratiques familiales essentielles et de la campagne de vaccination. A mon avis, l’apprentissage a été un succès. L’approche a été appréciée voire adoptée par les participants. Ils ont commencé à planifier des petites actions faisables. Mais ici, j’aimerais partager,…Continue
Anita (from Brussels), Suse and I (from Amsterdam) started the Blended Learning programme approx. two months ago. We're really enjoying learning about SALT and moving through the motions of the CLCP. I've done the CLC Process twice before in a group, in a 3-day facilitators course, and I'm…
Getting to know each other beyond our Terms of Reference and job description.
I made use of SALT here, listening to their dreams and aspirations and concerns. The exercise seemed so simple - but at the end of the evening, we had a different perspective of each other. The activity was Stimulating, we got to Appreciate each other more, , And yes, we Listened to their concerns and aspirations. and continue with a Team we can Trust.…Continue
During SALT training from 28th to 30th August 2016 we had a discussion on ‘listening’ in our organization in Jan Jagriti Kendra, Chhattisgarh. 47 including 19 women and 28 men all from age group of 22 to 57 years participated in the session.
I am sharing important points from the discussion through following questions:
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I have heard it said that "we are one nation - a human nation." By embracing this belief as a starting point in any connection made between individuals, the resulting dissolution of divisiveness enables true possibility to emerge.
This quote was shared through the Axiom News…Continue
The first CLCP facilitator's team in Tanzania. The team has 7 facilitators and not all of them appear on this photo. It was a great experience and as a social worker i enjoyed every move about the SALT visits.…Continue
This is a story from two creative people who are associated with Salvation Army UK and have expertise in video documentation- John Anscombe and Neil Maclnnes. The blog captures their perspective as observers of SALT process in the community. Neil filmed the Glocon in the US. Neil on his return to the UK shared his experience with John. I happened to note their insights!…Continue