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Letting go.....of what?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rituu B. Nanda Oct 27, 2016. 1 Reply

Was I stumbled ate the question? No! Truth is , I have never given thought to this question. I am confident about what I do and I trust this Way of Thinking and Working: SALT with the process…Continue

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Our Hope verses our dream...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Phil Oct 20, 2015. 14 Replies

What are your thoughts? How would reflect with some one on this? Had this question posted to me twice in the past two months..."Autry how would you explain our hope as different from our dream, are…Continue

Being hopeful!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tianfang Liu Jul 30, 2014. 5 Replies

Dear colleagues, I am just thinking aloud here, hoping to get some thoughts on the questions. We encourage communities to be hopeful or be stimulated to share their hopes but can they over emphasize…Continue

Confidential Draft: Attendees of T&T Community AIDS Competence Process

Started this discussion. Last reply by O'Leo Lokai Jul 16, 2011. 2 Replies

IntroductionOn the 4-7th July, UNAIDS hosted an AIDS Competence Workshop held at Hotel Normandie, bringing together several stakeholders within the government and the civil society organisations and…Continue

 

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Autry Haynes commented on Bono Sen's blog post A SALTY Exercise in Kerala
" A brave but positive start Bono. Kudos on the outcome. Looking forward to the continued posting because I am inspired by this post (^_^)"
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Autry Haynes replied to Rituu B. Nanda's discussion Vacancies and Assignments
"As a next step in our change towards shared ownership of the Constellation dream, The Constellation is looking to establish a new board. Are you a Constellation member* with experience in SALT and CLCP - and are you…"
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"Hello Adriana [Micky] welcome to this awesome space ...looking forward to learning from your experiences as you inspire US (^_^)"
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Autry Haynes replied to Tom Koninckx's discussion CITIZEN PARTICIPATION – A CALL FOR BEST PRACTICES
"Forming the core team within each community Members for each core team, should come s suggestions from members of each community. Core team members would be people that community members trust. The number depends on size of each community.…"
Feb 22
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"Aye Luc, are you referring to number 2 of arguments against, in our number statement?"
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Luc Barriere-Constantin commented on Autry Haynes's blog post SALT as a bottom-up approach - Study of Kasper Moes
"WRT the negative arguments, I think they are inherent to the approach:  1) Depending on the question asked by the facilitators, you can always focus the attention and the interest of a group or community on a specific area or theme; it's a…"
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"Great to have a concrete assessment of pro's & con's of the SALT methodology.   The first negative argument emphasizes the needs to integrate community perceptions before setting up the goals of a program and also to train or…"
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SALT as a bottom-up approach - Study of Kasper Moes

Is SALT truly a 'bottom-up approach?Read this study of an intern [Kasper Moes] who did a study in the health sector within Holland. The assessment of how GGD employees working with communities view CLCP/SALT. The aim was to explore whether CLCP / SALT may be beneficial additions to Dutch health promotion in order to improve public health, and whether the method is suitable.This was done using the following research question: ‘’What are the potential arguments in favor and against…See More
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Autry Haynes
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Line Ministries; Ministry of Amerindian Affairs
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SALT as a bottom-up approach - Study of Kasper Moes

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Is SALT truly a 'bottom-up approach?

Read this study of an intern [Kasper Moes] who did a study in the health sector within Holland. The assessment of how GGD employees working with communities view CLCP/SALT. The aim was to explore whether CLCP / SALT may be beneficial additions to Dutch health promotion in order to…

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'Safe space' for vulnerable children providing positive life changes

Posted on November 3, 2018 at 6:46am 2 Comments

Soliloquy style [an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking to himself or herself or is disregardful of or oblivious to any hearers present]

“The good old days eh! These days are so full with threats of different types. How can young people especially, aspire to achieve their dreams? I want good for my family, but i am concerned about by 15yrs…

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Good Governance enhanced by quality education of ALL!

Posted on September 23, 2018 at 6:50pm 1 Comment

"We wanted to do this for ourselves as councilors, during heritage month, and especially so, because we are a new executive with responsibility to govern our village." Toshao Carl Peneux, the village leader of Orealla / Siparuta an indigenous community on the border with Suriname.…

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Less it goes unnoticed …..it is important!

Posted on July 22, 2018 at 6:20pm 2 Comments

We walked in single file because of the narrow path leading to the end of the short ‘panhandle’. Brush was overlapping the path so much that we had to push them aside with our hands. It was a lovely morning in Eijsden.  It is a custom [level 5]  that we engage with walking in the morning during the period of our FtF engagement. Laurie, who was walking in front of me, picked up a piece of paper. I began to wonder…

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At 11:04pm on September 18, 2015, Marie Sandrine Lo Hun said…

Hello Autry,

Thank you for your invitation and hoping to reach level 5 of saltiness soon :)

At 11:21am on September 15, 2015, Francessca Moustapha said…

Hi Autry,

Thanks for this warm welcome! Very happy to be among YOU and the group.

Francessca

At 8:59am on March 28, 2015, Autry Haynes said…
"I like and I am enjoying this, it is different and stimulating...we interact, this is good..before we come, look at movies talk some and leave but now everyone is more involved" Cristel during our most recent AER (*-*)
At 8:01pm on March 25, 2015, Pascale Paul said…

Oh Yes indeed.. let's get the work moving in Mauritius... esp where I am... :) Looking forward to seeing SALT grow here :)

At 11:51am on June 26, 2014, iram shah faesal said…

hy thank u so much.. i would really like to work towards this community in which ever way i can.. its wonderful to come out of our unproductive offices into the world of reality and work hand in hand for people who are just one amongst us.. really looking forward

At 5:22pm on February 16, 2014, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Hi Autry, thanks for sharing in this platform. We value it very much. 

At 12:55pm on November 29, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

A very happy birthday to a bright star of the Constellation. All my best wishes, Autry.

At 9:01pm on July 30, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Thanks Autry for responding to the discussion. Very valuable indeed!

At 9:46pm on May 16, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

You have been featured on this platform your for your valuable contribution. Thanks Autry!

At 9:14am on November 29, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

A very happy birthday Autry! I am so proud to know you. you are a star in the Constelllation. Best wishes coming your way. Enjoy your birthday.

 
 
 

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