Posted on February 4, 2010 at 9:00am
Today we did the Self Assessment Framework with some members of our Staff. It was abit challenging at first, but we came out quite good at the end. At the After Action Review, I came up with that we started with a one SALT and ended with the desired SALT.
The SALT we started with was
We did well at end
Thanks to USA
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A very happy birthday Nazim!
Thank you for sharing the pictures of the AIDS Competence event in Guyana. They are really inspiring me and so is your quote :). I very much look forward to continue hearing from progress toward AIDS and Community Life Competence in Guyana!
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