Posted on August 14, 2011 at 10:00am
- Well this is my first blog and i want to first talk about my inspiration with the bottom up approach of the community life competence before loading blogs on my specialty as a malaria coach and facilitator.
- My journey with the Constellation started in the summer of 2005 when I joined the Constellation community of learning and sharing of malaria competency experiences and in building and strengthening communities to scale up for impact. This experience is…
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A very happy birthday Marie! All my best wishes Have a great celebration.
I appreciate your likes and comments in this community! A big thank you, Marie!
A very happy birthday dear Marie! Have a wonderful day. Lots of love.
I will be happy if you come to the Global Learning Event dear Marie Chorr and then I can get a real hug rather than virtual ones!
My Name is Andy i will like to be your friend. I Was part of a four days workshop that help in Trinidad@Tobago from the 4-7of July. salt it was a great. i can not stop thinking about it . and for you be strong be positive and go with God.
Beautiful photo Marie!
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Warm greetings from India,
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