We will use the discussion section to involve a larger group of members on topics  related to the stimulation and the connectiion of local responses. The topics can vary from facilitating the Community life Competence Process (CLCP) to  experience in national facilitation teams. Members through discussion forum can also seek inputs onf different themes for instance disaster programmes sensitive to LGBTI .


Any member can add a discussion to the forum. But we encourage you to check first if anyone has posted a similar discussion in the past. In the ‘Discussions’ section, you will find all discussions of individual members. https://aidscompetence.ning.com/forum


You can start your own discussion by going to the link above
-  Click on '+Add’

-  Fill in a title, the text.

-       You can paste the text in Plain text to remove formatting

-       You can attach a file

-       Thereafter you can add tags like geographical region, type of organisation (community/NGO/UN/CBO), practice in self assessment, or tool of Community life competence. Tags are important because they allow other users to easily find your blog.

-       Finally, click on preview which will open in a new window. If you are satisfied click on add discussion or make edits as required.


Whom to contact? In case you have a question, please contact Rituu B Nanda rituu[at]communitylifecompetence.org


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Good guidance to everyone. I am sure after we read this there will be more discussions. We can also attach files, like for example if there is a lot of reference material available, which is related to the discussion, but cannot be accommodated in the main body of the query that we are asking. Attaching files keeps the reader focused on the main point that you are asking for help in the discussion. For example, attached is a  two pager on the Constellation in French.




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