February 2010 stories (29)

Facilitation, organization and community

I was reading the Constellations news letter for January and thought will go bed soon as it is almost midnight here. I could not stop and go. I read the news on launching of blended learning programme and the comments made by the participants and also an experience shared by Phil.

Yes, I am talking about the organizations, say x NGO or even UNFPA who supports faciliatate CLC in communities and want to integrate CLC approach in it's strategic plan. Its a big and challenging task and I… Continue

Added by rebeka sultana on February 5, 2010 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

SALT at the NAPS (National AIDS Programme Secretariat)

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

S- Suspicion
A- Apprehension
L- Lukewarm
T- Tension

We did well at end

Thanks to USA


Added by Nazim Hussain on February 5, 2010 at 1:30am — 8 Comments

Résolution du problème de dépistage dans les communautés en RDCongo

Le CDV mobile facilite-t-il l'accès à ce service?

Depuis 14h00', aujourd'hui, 04 février 2010, les équipes salt de RDCCompétence sont en discussion en rapport avec les services minimum offerts à nos communautés. Le dépistage constitue la question phare, qui a généré une discussion sans fin.

Yolo a prouvé que l'approche Salt a suffisanment aidé la zone de santé de Kalamu 2 à monter des nouvelles stratégies, purement communautaire qui constiste à inverser le processus. Ce… Continue

Added by Samuel Michael MUSEY on February 4, 2010 at 9:29pm — 4 Comments

Measuring Changes, how do we confident enough about that?

Dear All

Its about how to measure changes. How to be confident enough to put such number at status upon our practices. Meanwhile some of adapted responces had been made but we not so sure about that. At our context, Adolescent Reproductive health, some practices is not too specific and technical. Some are still general.

Our goup member has decided at what status they were, but still not really confident about that. As a team work this "unsure" status influence… Continue

Added by wiwin winarni on February 4, 2010 at 2:47pm — 2 Comments

HIV/AIDS impact on Religion

Dear All

Good Evening

It is interesting that HIV/AIDS have impact on the religion also. Home and Community based HIV/AIDS Care and Support Programme is observed that the PLHA are converting their religion in Andhra Pradesh after acquiring the HIV/AIDS. They suffer with depression and psychological problems in beginning days and pray in their homes for some days. Later few are converting from Hinduism to Christianity. But it is observed that there is no conversion from… Continue

Added by Abraham Mutluri on February 3, 2010 at 2:30pm — 6 Comments

Bonne Année 2010!

En 2009 nous avons vu quatre avancées majeures. Notre vision commune a évolué vers la compétence communautaire pour la vie. Grâce au développement de notre programme d’apprentissage accompagné (« blended learning »), nous avons consolidé notre manière de penser, notre façon de travailler et harmonisé nos outils de facilitation. La plateforme Ning nous permet de partager nos expériences de facilitation… Continue

Added by Jean-Louis Lamboray on February 2, 2010 at 10:26pm — No Comments

Happy 2010!

(Version française au plus tard mercredi!)

2009 saw four major advances: first, our common vision evolved from AIDS Competence towards Community Life Competence; second, we consolidated our way of thinking, our way of working and related facilitation tools through the development of our blended learning program; third we can now learn and share with other Constellation members through Ning; fourth, we better understand our organizational model –the starfish!- and have at our disposal… Continue

Added by Jean-Louis Lamboray on February 1, 2010 at 11:00pm — No Comments

CONDOLYMPICS: PATH Helping Kenya’s Uniformed Officers Overcome Condom Use Barriers

Many officers have issues with the condom, partly informed by myths, incorrect information, religious and cultural rigidity, machoism etc. These issues are a huge barrier to the promotion of correct and consistent condom use as an effective HIV prevention technique. Condom-use failure is also high amongst uniformed officers in Kenya as many of them 'believe' they know how to use yet a lot of human error occurs when they attempt to use it for sex.

It is for these reasons that I… Continue

Added by OLUOCH-MADIANG' on February 1, 2010 at 5:54pm — 4 Comments

Community members caring for children.

This is a story shared by the women in the village of Koodaliga, in Dharwad, Karnataka (India).

When a husband and wife died of HIV, their two young children were left orphaned. The other relatives of the children lived very far away and were not interested in taking responsibility for the children. Then a young lady, who was their neighbor, offered to care for the children and rise them. Today, she continues to rise the two children, along with her own . Her volunteering to come… Continue

Added by murari rao samraksha india on February 1, 2010 at 4:47pm — 1 Comment

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