The Regional Confidence Project (RCP) in Liberia & Guinea is moving

Today, the Regional Confidence Project (RCP) is taking a new step with the first training day for the local facilitators from Liberia. A group of 31 local facilitators selected from 8 communities, from 4 health facilities including the referral hospital, from two district offices and from the Christian Health Association of Liberia (CHAL), have come together to learn about the SALT/CLCP in order to undertake community discussions around restoration of the confidence between communities and the health system. This partnership with The German Institute for Medical Mission (DIFÄM) is being implemented on the ground with the support of CHAL. During this first day of training, the local facilitators have discussed the two first steps of the CLCP and have started to practice the SALT approach. The commitment of the local facilitators from all parts is overwhelming and they are eagerly waiting for tomorrow SALT visits to communities around. One participant said: “I am happy to be part of that team that will help our communities to improve their health”. Some have already expressed their will to use the approach on other issues and for other activities they are working on. CHAL has also indicated its strong interest to mainstream the approach within the organization in order to apply it on various other projects.

The training will last 3 days and will be followed by the same in Guinea next week. I will keep you abreast of the enthusiasm among our friends from Liberia and Guinea.

For more information about the RCP in Liberia & Guinea, please contact luc@communitylifecompetence.org.

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Comment by Ibrahim Kamara on February 23, 2017 at 2:51am

Dear Nelson,

Thank you very much for the wonderful job CHAL is doing and thanks for sharing your work.

Please encourage colleagues to sharing of what you people are doing.

My best regards

Ibrahim

Comment by Luc Barriere-Constantin on February 22, 2017 at 1:35pm

Thank you Nelson. 

That's a good news! I hope we can each other during ma next trip in Liberia. 

All the Best to CHAL.

Comment by Nelson N. Diakpo ll on February 22, 2017 at 6:58am
I participated and really enjoyed the SALT approach. Christian Health Association of Liberia (CHAL) has recruited additional 100+ local facilitator and the CLCP, SALT training is ongoing. Long live the constellation.
Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on December 2, 2016 at 1:58pm

I like this project very much because its bringing the stakeholders in a system together. 

Good luck to you and all the team mates in Liberia and Guinee.

Comment by Marlou on December 2, 2016 at 1:36pm

A great new adventure. Here is where the SALT approach really adds value in any place in the world: bringing back the trust, opening the conversation there where conflicts prevented people from acting together. 

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