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When Rightsholder groups meet at the Asian Link and Learn Festival
A big circle with people from all generations, some wearing headsets, whispering in different languages and visible sign language going on. The silhouette of an empty human is on the floor. …Continue
Posted on June 17, 2022 at 6:00am 2 Comments 2 Likes
The sound of silence in the room is sharp. You can hear it on your skin.
What does it mean for you to look at Béjaïa in 2037?
“This is about me” (‘je me sens concernée”)
“It is so beautiful, I want to cry”
“If this will be it, I will stay”
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Some years ago, Wiwin, SALT-CLPC facilitator from Bandung, Indonesia brought a SALT visit to Babes in Singapore. Wiwin recalls: “at that time we carried out a living room chat. Teenage mothers, their mothers and their babies came together and we chat just like we are talking in the living room. At that time I was overwhelmed with happiness that we…Continue
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More news from Vrouwencafé (Womencafé) in Amsterdam-East. The women of Vrouwencafé see themselves as women who have a ‘big heart’ for each other and their neighbourhood. They form a network around each others dreams to contribute to a better world. Guided by SALT-CLCP one of their current activities is an international Women choir.
Below some news by Ghalia Jando. English translation in the…Continue
Posted on March 26, 2021 at 4:26am 2 Comments 3 Likes
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Thank you Marlou and Rituu for your support :)
yes malou together we are compétenty
Marlou Nice to find your message! Merci de me contacter pour me donner des infos qui pourraient m'intéresser . Je ne suis pas très disponible actuellement, comme le sait Rituu, mais de prendre déjà des contactes me permettra de mieux tracer ma voix le moment venu . Belles pensées à vous Florence
thanks Malou... as always, salt in all we do
You are doing an excellent job.
Thank you so much for supporting. I remain transfer SALT Knowlegde to my college and
other NGOs's staff who are working with HIV/AID.
Around March 2009,at the room 234 of general hospital of NTB. There was a house wife, whom her first husband heritage her HIV. Her husband passed away caused by tuberculosis infection opportunistic (it could seem the trigger is HIV). She lived in the countryside; it took 10 hours ride by car to reach her village. She worked as the farmer for some else rice field. Her first husband was a migrant worker (in Malaysia as coconut plantation keeper). In her second married, she started having frequent illness. She detected had HIV. Her second husband is staying negative up to now. She got the treatment for IO and also had the ART. When she had better condition she went back to her home village. On May 2009 I met her again in the same room, she told me that her husband prohibited her to consume ARV. Her husband thought, that ARV gave her wife another diseases (the fact that was only light side effect). They are both uneducated and low knowledge of heath and hygienic life and also part of poverty. Half an hour before, she released her last breath. She apologized to me because she broke her promised to keep the adherent in her days. She also gave me a question about her child future. She passed away right before my eyes. And my tears flew when I heard the cried of her mother( the only person whom took care of her while she was as hospitalized) and her seven years old son( also accompanied his mother and grand mother in hospital). That situation inspire me to empower PLHIV.
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