Loloata, une petite île de Papouasie Nouvelle Guinée.
Ce samedi soir, pas de gala, mais un musicien du cru. Le personnel danse. Le volume est trop élevé, mais cela ne fait rien. Devant Hans et moi, un gigantesque barbu moustachu chevelu de soixante ans, accompagné d’une fille du cru le tiers son âge. Notre homme sort tout droit d’un film. Il a habité longtemps dans la périphérie de Sydney où il entretenait des avions. Les derniers mètres de sa navette pour rentrer chez lui ne… Continue
Added by Jean-Louis Lamboray on April 6, 2008 at 8:00pm —
This is a transcript of today's '60 second Science' podcast from Scientific American.
"When it comes to saving lives, a personal touch can sometimes work better than drugs alone. That’s what researchers in Uganda found, in a study published in the journal the Lancet. Scientists studied the efficacy of home visits to AIDS patients in rural areas that aren’t served by clinics. Lay workers with no clinical training visited patients weekly to provide potent anti-AIDS… Continue
Added by Phil on March 25, 2008 at 1:21pm —
I want to describe a piece of remarkably effective communication. I know that it is effective because just 2 messages have changed my behaviour and I am confident that those 2 messages have changed my behaviour for ever. I've been talking about this with a variety of people over the last few weeks and I've been trying to understand what it means for how the Constellation communicates.
I got the first message from a poster. As far as I can remember it was a simple black text on a… Continue
Added by Phil on March 20, 2008 at 4:03pm —
What attracts our friends from all corners to the Constellation? Honestly I don' t know.
But let me put this out as a test: " We attract people because we offer a way to regain some control over our destiny, and because our style is consistent with our message: we are real".
At least that works for me, for now....
What do you think?
Added by Jean-Louis Lamboray on March 18, 2008 at 11:49pm —
I'm getting ready to participate in a SALT visit this morning. It is the third time we visit the Schaller school with teenagers with a physical handicap.
This time it is quite special because we go with a friend of Mimi who is paralyzed. BUT he's a lawyer and he grew up in Congo! Mimi always says that when you talk to him for 5 min, you forget his handicap...
We'll talk about their common dream and make some drawings. I'll post some pictures!
Have a great day!
Added by Laurence Gilliot on March 13, 2008 at 2:00pm —
I request every member who was at the EMPHASIS India Knowledge Fair to fill in their perspectives into the AAR and some one to translate into Hindi as my daughter Ayesha is now in Kochi!
What strengths did we see?
- Community Representatives who were coming for the first time able to interact freely and share.
- Most of us had dreams, that EMPHASIS would be owned by the Community in 2014
- All participants are very engrossed…
Added by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on November 30, 1999 at 10:30am —
Ozia has been at the Hope for Life Centre since late 2009 and has strong opinions on the issue of ‘knowing your status’ and being positive and optimistic about his own HIV status. He arrived in South Africa to find employment as a migrant worker from the agricultural Midlands in politically troubled Zimbabwe.
On arriving at Johannesburg Park Station in March 2008 he called his friend who had motivated him to come to South Africa and asked him for help finding work. This proved… Continue
Added by Onesmus Mutuku on November 30, 1999 at 10:30am —