HI Peter, No need to appology for english. English is not the mother tongue for must of us here on the platform so we all do our best! Is french easier for you? you can also share in French, In whatever language, your experience with the knowledge room in Rwanda will be of big importance to learn from in many countries in the world!
Welcome to Aidscompetence! Nice to see your picture, after having seen your name on email lately.
We hope you will enjoy the opportunity to communicate with colleagues and friends in all parts of the world.
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You will find many opportunities for connecting, sharing and learning.
Connecting: Under the Tab with Members you find people to connect or to reconnect with directly, on their personal pages. The search function will certainly be of help! We encourage you to make your own page your personal ‘home’ which allows for a conversation from human to human - online.
Sharing Experiences: In the blogs we are sharing our experiences with local responses and the competence process. These experiences and stories donot require a discussion or exchange, but comments are welcome! Some stories in the blog link directly to our knowledge asset (see tab knowledge asset).I am sure your experience will be useful to others!
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Again, we are very happy to have your voice on Aids Competence and look forward to your contributions.
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