Connecting local responses around the world
Posted on September 26, 2017 at 1:04am 4 Comments 3 Likes
I facilitated SALT approach in a neighboring country; Tanzania on 18th and 19th September 2017. Two trainings were conducted in Shirati and Musoma in Tanzania. The first training was for 30 staffs of Shirati District hospital who work with terminally ill patients. They were able to learn about the SALT approach which was new to the staff. The participants confirmed that much of time is taken concentrating on the weaknesses and problems.
The second training involved representatives…Continue
Posted on January 18, 2014 at 6:00am 4 Comments 4 Likes
Facilitated S.A.L.T to 21 orphans and at risk children served by Touching Lives Integrated CBO (kombistic.weebly.com). It was awesome with kids acknowledging and appreciating each others strength(s) and great potentials. They realized that nobody was a nobody and that every kid is somebody. They learned to appreciate and encourage each other for that is what everyone needs. At the end of it the kids promised to focus on the positives even as they work on the weaknesses.
Posted on July 25, 2013 at 1:47am 1 Comment 2 Likes
I attended S.A.L.T training in May 2013 facilitated by April Foster and Onesmus Mutuku.
I was very much motivated with the model and put it to action.
In June 2013 I facilitated SALT training to 30 church workers and 15 community leaders. The impact is so enormous that almost every member is using SALT and reaching out to people with SALT.
salt such a blessing.
We also started SALT Team in Kisumu. CHGN-Kenya,Western chapter.
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Thanks for your sharing in the Kenya group. Please share more about your experience with children in use of SALT.
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