February 2009 stories (25)

What was the take home message from the Knowledge Fair?

I'm posting this to the members of Ning and in particular to those who attended the Fair in Chiang Mai last week. It was a great opportunity to meet and talk with all the participants at the Fair, meet old friends and make some new ones. My apologies for missing the first day of site visits but I did make time over the weekend to meet with the staff from Violet Home separately so that was useful for me..



From my own personal perspective I would like to get a sense of what the key… Continue

Added by Greg Gray on February 12, 2009 at 2:59pm — 4 Comments

Family reunion in Chiang Mai: I met my brothers, sisters, nieces, oncles and aunties

I just realized that I had family members all over Asia: Cambodia, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, etc. The International Knowledge Fair in Chiang Mai felt like a family reunion...

It is so special to be in a room with 76 people who all share the same values... I felt safe, appreciated, stimulated.

We all felt that "yes! I'm not alone... believing in people's capacity to solve their own problems."

We also felt the connection with… Continue

Added by Laurence Gilliot on February 8, 2009 at 8:31pm — 1 Comment

Incredibly useful fun without Powerpoints!

Driving through the hills of Northern Thailand, I am amazed how comfortable I feel with my Indonesian friends. I only know Eki, Gina, Lulu and the others for 4 days, although it feels like I just travelled with them for a month. We come back from Phayao where we visited Suwat, the public health official who is in his free time is a natural community ‘leader’ with a beautiful temple in his backyard. Yesterday, we had an incredible peer assist between Mali (represented by Sangare, coordinator for… Continue

Added by Gaston on February 8, 2009 at 7:33pm — 1 Comment

Tuktuk drivers in Mattakkuliya give free rides to VCT centre.

Sri Lanka is a low prevalence country inspite of having a high prevalence of risk behaviour. Mattakkuliya, situated in the heart of the Colombo city, is peculiar in that common perception is that it is inhabited with aggressive, socially destructive and uneducated people. Lots of crimes do originate from the area. Youth in the area also have different characteristics to those in other parts of the country. They are extremely outgoing, there is little interest in getting educated and learning… Continue

Added by Kalana on February 6, 2009 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment

Full concept paper - Decent Care Values in Palliative Care Services

In response to MariJo's request, here's the full concept paper excerpted in my previous blog. Hope other friends will find it useful as well. Let me know if you would like to get in touch with the event organizers and/or some participants of that event, and I'll be happy to provide some contacts for you.



Enjoy!



Usa



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Decent Care Values in Palliative Care Services

WHO - Office of Partnerships, Geneva





In many ways… Continue

Added by Usa Duongsaa on February 2, 2009 at 8:50pm — No Comments

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