Connecting local responses around the world
Posted on May 6, 2011 at 5:30pm 2 Comments 0 Likes
As yet another round of the calendar comes it is yet another special moment and reminder to all that 7th May 2011 is Word AIDS Orphans Day, a grassroots campaign to draw attention to and advocate on behalf of the more than 16 million children orphaned by AIDS. World AIDS Orphans Day was founded in 2002 by FXB International.
The Legacy Explorers humbly joint the honourable initiative in the most humble manner and voiced our voice, tabled our commitment and appeal to all on behalf of…Continue
Posted on October 17, 2009 at 9:28pm 2 Comments 0 Likes
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Happy birthday Irang! How are you?
Welcome to the youth competence group! How can we motivate youth to respond to their issues? I am very happy that you are in touch. We have formed a Northeast facilitation team? We meet over skype. Would you like to join us?
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A warm welcome to you on Ning. Very touching sharing on the Mizoram workshop. I am touched by the way you had valued the contribution of every person there and who were not there but still contributing and also including me the list. Thanks a lot. I was sharing about you here especially your dailouge "I want to go to my community now" that was amazing in many places trainings and workshops are conducted but very few people put those learning in action. Your thirst for acting immediately inspires and strengthens me. I always beleive that I can't learn many things but I try to practice at least one thing I have learnt this has helped me in my life. I completely agree with you I also felt that I was a part of the community in Mizoram, well accepted and never made to feel as a stranger or an outsider. The photographs are wonderful. Thanks for taking me once again to Mizoram and back.
Keep in touch, with warm regards,
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Nice to be virtually connected through Ning. It was a pleasure meeting you, hearing your experiences and learning some Nagamis! Let's be in touch and feel free to post your blog on anything you like. I am sure others can learn a lot from you.
Apuni kineka asi? Good to see you here.