Posted on November 25, 2009 at 1:00pm
SALT visit to Molvom village
Molvom village is known as Indian Pineapple village which is nearly 30km from Dimapur in Nagaland. ACP facilitators’ team was invited by Mr Haolai for a SALT visit to his village on 5th Nov 2009. The team was given a warm welcome when they reached at 7pm.
Immediately after arrival, an announcement was made through the public address system and men, women and youth gathered even though they had just arrived from the farm.
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A very happy birthday Bheri. All my best wishes.
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Thanks for sharing about the CAD details. I am happy. Hope you will post some photos and the action plans. Just one clarification- is it women's networks or Sex Worker CBOs.
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Please do post a story on the Karnataka event. It will be good to learn from your experience.
The Constellation is organising Community Action Day on 1st December. Hope you will facilitate it with the community. Please join the group
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