Connecting local responses around the world
Story written during GLF 2017, a tribute to Bugonga community
Sohail Bawani, Pakistan
October 17, 2017 was the first day of our groups’ visit to Bugonga community. It was a disaster as we ruthlessly throw questions at the elderly people to document what they have been through during the lives and how HENU is helping them to revive. With much patience they gave us the time and energy to respond to…Continue
Greeting from Indonesia! Selamat Malam
Last few weeks ago Lau Rie, Sohan and Diego visited me and Dewi Rahmadania, in jakarta Indonesia. We were reconnected and involved at comfort discussion like we are just an old friends. I still amazing with the power of re-connection and SALT that hide nothing among people who just met. Wonderful.
The nest day, Dewi accompanied Lau, Sohan dan Diego visited east site of Jakarta. Need to know from Lau Rie, how was it.
In the same…Continue
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I am a counselor for children and teenagers/adolescents and work on Elma project in Kisubi Hospital, Entebbe. The goal is to identify HIV positive children and teenagers/adolescents and link them to HIV care and retain them on treatment.
We had many children with high viral load and others with adherence to treatment challenges. My role was to support the children and improve their adherence to reduce their viral load. Health workers were doing tests like blood pressure, HIV status,…Continue
Added by EUNICE MUSUBIKA on October 15, 2017 at 10:30pm — No Comments
GLF Newsletter: one (with focus on the work with older people in Uganda)…Continue
Added by Marie Lamboray on October 12, 2017 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Building a future together in a new country (click to access presentation)
Click on the link to view slides from one of the initiatives with refugees that started this summer in the Netherlands. …Continue
For years I have experienced the power of the trust in others. During a recent bike trip I was on the receiving end of trust. Please read the blog post on the book's website. If you like it, do share it!
Added by Jean-Louis Lamboray on October 3, 2017 at 9:17pm — No Comments
On September 17-19, we had our second SALT training in English in the Belgian capital.
12 inspired, curious and inspiring participants came from many places (even as far as Switzerland), but most were from around here and many were professional facilitators who came to know and appreciate the SALT approach and who expressed their dream of building it into their work. …Continue
I have recently joined the Resonance Centre for Social Evolution, created by Peter Pula and several partners. They are dedicated to supporting the springing up of what they call resonant communities both through how they bring people together and the stories that are shared. While I know Peterborough, Canada is very distant for many, we would love to have anyone from the Constellation community who is interested join a festival in late October. The calling question for the festival is this:…Continue
I facilitated SALT approach in a neighboring country; Tanzania on 18th and 19th September 2017. Two trainings were conducted in Shirati and Musoma in Tanzania. The first training was for 30 staffs of Shirati District hospital who work with terminally ill patients. They were able to learn about the SALT approach which was new to the staff. The participants confirmed that much of time is taken concentrating on the weaknesses and problems.
The second training involved representatives…Continue
(Texte en français à la suite)
Why was that partnership exciting and important?
At the beginning of the partnership, there were two incentives and two challenges: and there are often overlaps between challenges and incentives.
Incentive 1: to work on a cross-border issue; the restoration of the confidence between communities, the health staff and the health system in the large and remote area that was heavily affected by the…Continue
Mindset Change! “...if we have not made a mistake, means, we might not be doing anything. If we make the same mistake twice, then we may not be learning from our mistakes.” Hon. Sydney Aleacock. This encouragement of introspection came to members of the 17th National Toshaos Council conference. This encouragement follows the thought “if want different results [from our action], then we cannot be doing the same things we did in the past that yielded unfavourable results.”…Continue
The human and learning experience
As the Visual Development team's journey in Poste Lafayette comes to a closure, as a SALTy individual I cannot but do my very own after experience reflection (AER). For sure my words will not do justice to this unique experience because certain things cannot be described but are just engraved deep within the heart.
What did I appreciate?
I loved the authenticity of my…Continue
Added by Suman Chowdhury Mony on August 25, 2017 at 11:11pm — No Comments
Vanessa Moorghen, Mauritius shared this experience with me during the Global Learning Festival in 2016
I work with Chrysalide, a rehabilitation centre for women who use drugs and alcohol.
From the beginning of Chrysalide in 2004 we structured the centre in a way that a person coming for admission should start her therapy the day after joining. This means that the new resident has to immediately take on the responsibilities at the centre including therapy, participating…Continue
Added by Rituu B. Nanda on August 25, 2017 at 9:30pm — No Comments
On the sleepy afternoon of 12 August 2017, four ladies and a dozen children of the nondescript New Harijan Colony, in Peroor Village of Ettumanoor, gathered in their spartan Community Hall and drew, wrote, and sang their dreams impossible!
For Chinju, Jismi, and Deepak from Archana Women's…Continue
Enjoy the film which affirms that neighbourhood matters most; systems need to adapt to local neighbourhood strength for response; and personal faith is a core foundation for courage and action.
The exhibition expands some of the stories in the film, and includes some images from the GLoCon stories gathered during 2012/13.
The community journey continues.…Continue
Added by Ian Campbell on August 12, 2017 at 6:13pm — No Comments
A la fin du mois d'Avril 2017, une équipe de l'association Racine de l'Espoir (Burundi), composée de deux jeunes facilitateurs et d'un coach Constellation (Nathalie, Vianney et Eric), se rendent en République Démocratique du Congo pour rendre visite à leurs voisins et amis.
Ces deux équipes de facilitation vivent dans des contextes différents, des situations tantôt similaire, tantôt différentes, néanmoins ils partagent les mêmes valeurs, les mêmes aspirations et la même…Continue
(Version française : find the english version at the end of the french version)
Hier (26 juillet 2017), Simone, Lorenzo et Luc ont commencé à accompagner une école Montessori dans un petit village français, Champagne-en-Valromey. Le but de cet accompagnement est de «ré-enchanter la cours de récréation». Le dessin développé par un petit groupe de l'association des parents illustre…