Guyana Competence


Guyana Competence

As Guyana Competence, we are the group of facilitators that started in February 2010 on a journey to become AIDS Competence facilitators.

Location: Georgetown
Members: 28
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2019


River and Stairs diagram

Started by Gaston. Last reply by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique Feb 16, 2019. 1 Reply

Dear friends, find attached the electronic version of the River and Stairs diagram. We can comment on this or share questions we still have. It's a very wide river so lots of potential for learning…Continue

Potential for more SALT practice

Started by Michael Mc Garrell. Last reply by Michael Mc Garrell Oct 16, 2010. 3 Replies

Colleagues, as I had mentioned to most if not all of you, I will be integrating the SALT process into my program here at Youth Challenge Guyana, What this means is that I will be taking all my…Continue

Salt visit

Started by Lloyd Pat Edun. Last reply by Lloyd Pat Edun Mar 22, 2010. 4 Replies

 Hi all. i must say we  were indeed lucky to have had the oppertunity of  the young people accepting us  to  do a salt visit them. The team was very impressed by the varied age ranges that…Continue

Knowledge Asset from Guyana

Started by Gaston Feb 11, 2010. 0 Replies

Dear friends, attached the refined Knowledge Asset as developed by you the last days. Please write your story in full (around 200 words) and post it on your blog. It can then reach out better to…Continue

Tags: mobilising, resources, inclusion, change, measuring

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Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on April 5, 2012 at 12:47am
Shared by : Ruben F. del Prado
Guyana participates in the 'CARIBBEAN MEN'S INTERNET SURVEY' lime with SASOD, Artistes In Direct Support and UNAIDS, on Sunday afternoon: 22 April, from 2-to-8 at Duke Lodge!!
Come lime with SASOD, Artistes In Direct Support and UNAIDS, on Sunday afternoon: 22 April, from 2-to-8 at Duke Lodge!!" />
Comment by Autry Haynes on November 26, 2011 at 7:21am


“In Guyana, communities, organizations and institutions recognize their potential and build on their strengths; establish and sustain partnerships; learn from each other, by sharing and transferring knowledge and skills, to achieve and sustain the best possible health, wellbeing and quality of life of all citizens; whoever they are, and wherever they are.”


1. Through a local, Guyanese, team of well trained and experienced coaches and facilitators, promote “Community Life Competence.”

2. Effectuate change, by empowering minds, revealing strengths, and supporting communities to reach their potential.

3. Facilitate communities to build on their own, intrinsic strengths, achieve community ownership, fostering partnership at the local level, to jointly address challenges.

4.  Work with all communities (geographical, social, institutional, and economical) locally, regionally and internationally to attain community and life competence.

Comment by Michael Mc Garrell on July 22, 2011 at 6:09am
Welcome Rafique, we look forward to learning from you as well.
Comment by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on July 11, 2011 at 5:54pm

Dear Ruben, Autry, Gaston, Usa, and Michael,

I am also joining the Guyana Competence Team, cause I hope to transfer whatever is relevant from Guyana. Maybe I may have something to share too. Also hoping that you will join the T&T team when it is set up in the near future.

With best regards,



Comment by Korey Anthony Chisholm on May 23, 2011 at 11:39am
Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on November 29, 2010 at 8:46pm
Join the group Community Action day group

Dear Friends,

Constellation is proposing Community Action Day on any date around December when facilitators can encourage the community to meet, discuss their strengths and hope,s do their self assessment and upload action plans and event photographs. Join the group to check out the tool kit, ask questions, share your self-assessment and action plans and connect with other communities around the world who participate in the event.

Warm regards,

Comment by Usa Duongsaa on March 11, 2010 at 3:15pm
Dear friends,

Guess everyone has been busy these past few weeks so there's been no comments or discussion here. Maybe you've been busy organizing yourselves and planning with the 5 SALT teams, to go through Blended Learning together? Could you update the progress here so we can all get inspired by you? Please note that Gaston and I are still waiting anxiously for the action plans of the 5 groups so we can work out how to accompany you and support you on this journey.

I'm attaching the list of participants complete with the photos, to remind you of the great time we had together, and of the exciting journey that is awaiting us!

Please take care, everyone.

Warm regards from very warm and smoggy Chiangmai! I certainly miss you and Georgetown's gentle breezes!

Usalist of participants ACP Guyana.doc
Comment by Ian H. Dos Santos on February 20, 2010 at 1:04am
Hey next week I have a group of youths that's gonna be apart of the "Salt of Life" implemented by our group coming this Wednesday I already spoke with the members of my group and a go ahead has been given to conduct the strategy of salt thinking to them, we now have to meet and discuss what aspects of it we will bring to the table an by what means.
Comment by Jewel Corlette on February 12, 2010 at 6:43pm
Hey Guys. Im doing great today lots of sun and Love. Im overwhelmed with Joy and happiness. Today I have decided to make a diference in somebody's life by adding a little SALT to mine. We have had the theory now its time for us to live practically with the lessons learnt. Thanks for such a wonderful experience.
Comment by Ryon Rawlins on February 12, 2010 at 5:58pm
This was an magnificent and exciting experience for me, yet i didn't say much,these learning sessions helped me to develop an better understanding of myself, Usa & Gaston thanks a billion, my weather inside is as of an Calming Earthquake/Volcano.

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