Connecting local responses around the world
Started Oct 25, 2011 0 Replies 0 Likes
After holding Knowledge Fair in Kazan we – Ruslan, Kamilla, Ilgiz (participants of the Kazan Fair and training for trainers) made a visit to 12-14 years old pupils in a childrenart school. We…Continue
Posted on November 7, 2011 at 8:55pm 10 Comments 4 Likes
I want to share the story of one beauty and on the other hand strong young women who is also my friend - Elena or simply in Russia - Lena. I think her story is really inspiring for people living with HIV. And she is also one of the SALT visits organizers in Samara.
My name is Lena. I am a nurse by profession, so I had some information about…Continue
Posted on October 25, 2011 at 5:13am 4 Comments 3 Likes
After holding Knowledge Fair in Kazan we – Ruslan, Kamilla, Ilgiz (participants of the Kazan Fair and training for trainers) made a visit to 12-14 years old pupils in a children art school. We conducted «Dance for life» project with SALT visit elements.
First of all we created interactions between us by listening their knowledges about HIV and AIDS, what’s the difference between them, can we beat it together and how. We asked their opinion about people living with HIV and…Continue
Posted on July 9, 2011 at 2:48am 4 Comments 4 Likes
Hi all from Kazan!
A want to share our experience in SALT method. Recently we've learned it and we practeсed it. Our practice was in a family where parents desided adopting four children with HIV from their birth. And one of these children has also cerebral palsy. We interviewed the parents with interest asking them about their strengths and what they are proud for in their life and what things made them so strong in their desire to take children in their family. We are very grateful…Continue
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Happy birthday! I take this opportunity to thank you for your contribution to this platform though posting blogs and translation into Russian. We appreciate it very much. Spasibo!
Hi dear Kamilla!
Hope you are well! I still wanted to thank you for your kind hosting of Rituu in Kazan! It is beautiful that you and your family have opened your doors for a Constellation friend. Many many thanks!! Marlou
Hi my new dear friend!
Thanks for your quick response and your availability to help with translation. Wow!
Here are the two blogs I meant:
http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profiles/blogs/first-of-all-we-are-all-human and http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profiles/blogs/now-that-i-know-your-story
But now there is also your own great blog: what a nice example. If you could translate that one as well, would be really cool as we could invite other friends from Russia to read and share. I hope they will feel free to share in their own language. Best, Marlou
Welcome on this platform, I am happy to see you here. In April I was in your beautiful city to team up with the two Svetlana's whom you might know and many others. I see in your profile that you would volunteer to translate. It would be fantastic if sometimes you could do some english-russian translation on this platform. For example I recently posted 2 blogs about our week in Samara. Would you have time to translate them in Russian? That would make me very happy as I would know that my friends from Kazan and Samara could read it. What do you think? My best wishes, Marlou
Lovely photo Kamilla! i liked your profile very much. Would you like to join the Youth group?
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