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Joyce angami
Nossal Institute for Global Health
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Medical background. Worked In drug abuse and HIV prevention,Youth anf women health Interested in people/music.
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How ACP united a village to respond to its concerns

Posted on April 7, 2010 at 9:49pm 5 Comments

Viphoma is a little village perched on a hill top in Nagaland, Northeastern India. It has 80 households with a population of almost 800. The 17th generation of the village is presently making a living out of the land of the village. Like all other villages of Nagaland leaders are democratically selected, not elected. Very few government schemes reach the village because of remoteness and bad road connectivity.

The ACP team from Kekhrie Foundation visit to the village was a dream come… Continue

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At 7:35pm on January 25, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Hi Dr Joyce,


How are you? your blog has been translated into Russian by Palii


I could not get through your phone.






At 7:00pm on March 29, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Dear Dr Joyce,


Thanks for your response. I remember you had done some work on stigma and discrimination. Would you like to share a story?




At 1:38am on April 1, 2010, Gaston said…
Dear Joyce, wonderful video's and great to see your continued enthusiasm for AIDS Competence. I would love to come back to the wonderful Nagaland some time.

Kind regards,
At 6:53pm on June 28, 2009, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Dear Dr Joyce,

You continue to inspire. Encouraged by your article, Irang sent me a piece on his experience in a SALT visit which he undertook after the event.

Thanks for everything.


At 3:33pm on June 24, 2009, Gaston said…
Hi Joyce,

How are you? I am hearing such encouraging stories from my Indian friends. It seems the North East is taking the lead! What a nice story that you and Rituu wrote. It brought me back to that wonderful visit again. And great news regarding the facilitation team.

Here in Chiang Mai, we function as a (global) facilitation team as well. If you have specific questions on how to move things forward, let me know. I am sure we can learn from each other. We can even call if that suits you.

Keep the great work going!

Kind regards,
At 8:30pm on May 16, 2009, Gaston said…
Dear Joyce,

Great to see you here. It was a pleasure meeting you and sharing our thoughts, especially the last afternoon. I have watched the DVD you gave me. Great work! I would encourage you to share some of your experiences on Stigma & Discrimination (or 'inclusion') on your blog. It's an issue for many people on this network, uso they could learn from your experiences in Nagaland.

Kind regards,
At 2:14pm on May 14, 2009, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Dear Dr. Joyce,

Thanks for accepting my invite. A hearty welcome! Love your picture. I am sure you will enjoy being part of this network.

Look forward to hearing your experiences,




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