Connecting local responses around the world
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Rituu B. Nanda a posté le compte-rendu de la première journée du Festival d’échange mondial. Voici une des questions qu'il soulève: Comment encourager les communautés à agir ? Comment améliorer…Continue
Yezeed is an employee at an agency that offers services to refugees. He is a former refugee of Sudan himself. He shares the story of the ups and downs of the project he facilitates: Actiegroep Eigen Huis (pressure group "each of us his own house”).
It started after the end of the SALT training in Hilversum, Yezeed says. With a few facilitators, we made a SALT visit to a group of refugees with a temporary residence permit. They arrived in the Netherlands approx. 2 years ago from…Continue
I publish this story in the behalf of Kees Lafeber. It is also avaiable here: https://www.facebook.com/457271687691239/posts/1876640895754304/
“In the last four years, I’ve spent a lot of time in Maluku, Indonesia, where my wife’s parents are from. I’m retired and a photographer, so I spend a lot of time clicking pictures in the community. Through this, I noticed the massive waste problem in the…Continue
Depuis le début de 2017, les facilitateurs du Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research (C-NES) et de la Voluntary Health Association of Assam (VHAA) soutiennent l'approche SALT/CLCP dans 120 villages de 3 districts de l'Assam : Kamrup Rural, Bongaigaon et Udalguri. La Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) effectuera de mars 2018 à janvier 2019 une évaluation contrôlée randomisée.
En dépit des difficultés, les facilitateurs font un travail formidable : « Tout va bien et…Continue
Since the beginning of 2017, facilitators from the Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research (C-NES) and the Voluntary Health Association of Assam (VHAA) support the SALT/CLCP approach in 120 villages in 3 districts of Assam: Kamrup Rural, Bongaigaon, and Udalguri. The Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) will be evaluating the intervention using a randomized controlled trial from March 2018 to January 2019.
Despite challenges, facilitators are doing tremendous work:…Continue