Connecting local responses around the world
Moi aussi, j'étais un enfant de la rue. Après avoir découvert SALT, grâce à Eric uwintawaza, et identifié mes forces, j'ai décidé de les utiliser pour rencontrer d'autres enfants de la rue. Je leur ai parlé, je les ai écoutés et, petit à petit, j'ai commencé à me faire des amis. Il n'a été pas facile de les approcher, car ils avaient des demandes auxquelles, personnellement, je ne pouvais répondre. Mais je me suis dit: Et si je leur racontre ma vie dans la rue et comment je m'en…Continue
“Autry as I listen to your experience, I am reminded of the story of the candle and the dark room. One candle when lit, offers a glimpse of what is in the room while in darkness. However, if more than one candle at a time, is lit, the total strength of the once dark room is eventually revealed.” Tricia, a colleague with whom I shared the rewarding experience in the ‘City of Stars’ [Chiang Dao] and ‘City of City’ [Chiang mai], especially about the local…Continue
This story is after a discussion with my team mate from Ruchira Neog , Voluntary Health Association of Assam (VHAA). I have also had discussion on this with my Bongaigaon and Udalguri teams.
Often I am asked why we have not focused on 'mothers' in our immunization project in Assam. Why have we engaged the family and the whole village. With 11 months of work, I reflect on this aspect of mothers vs family approach.
We invite every segment…Continue
hello everyone I am pratibha and I am sharing with you my experience on salt. rittu ji asked me a question about salt that how can we continue the salt if we are not getting funds. than I answered that salt is not an activity it is a part of our life. so we don't need any other support to continue this.
Added by Pratibha Lal on February 13, 2018 at 10:10am — No Comments
As I am rereading the summary of our initiation weekend, I realize that there were two learning items that I had not included in the initial report.
The first reflection was around the envelopes. While the core of our work consists of identifying our strengths and those of others, I believe we need to be mindful not to create an artificial and contrived exercise around the envelopes. In other words, the observations should be stimulated but not forced. Otherwise the danger is to…Continue
Depuis le début de 2017, les facilitateurs du Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research (C-NES) et de la Voluntary Health Association of Assam (VHAA) soutiennent l'approche SALT/CLCP dans 120 villages de 3 districts de l'Assam : Kamrup Rural, Bongaigaon et Udalguri. La Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) effectuera de mars 2018 à janvier 2019 une évaluation contrôlée randomisée.
En dépit des difficultés, les facilitateurs font un travail formidable : « Tout va bien et…Continue
Added by Marie Lamboray on February 8, 2018 at 2:38pm — No Comments
Since the beginning of 2017, facilitators from the Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research (C-NES) and the Voluntary Health Association of Assam (VHAA) support the SALT/CLCP approach in 120 villages in 3 districts of Assam: Kamrup Rural, Bongaigaon, and Udalguri. The Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) will be evaluating the intervention using a randomized controlled trial from March 2018 to January 2019.
Despite challenges, facilitators are doing tremendous work:…Continue
Added by Marie Lamboray on February 8, 2018 at 2:00pm — No Comments
A drizzly February Friday afternoon, but soon the halls of our new training venue (Institute of Neurocognitivism) is filled with warmth and laughter around the cocktail tables filled with edibles and drinks. Our 12 participants have all arrived and are getting to know each other.
But of course, that is only the timid beginning…Continue
Marlou and I gathered with a diverse group of volunteers and employees of a housing corporation to kick off our project "Common Ground" in a new neighborhood in Amsterdam.
In one street of this neighborbood, one out of three households came to the Netherlands recently as refugees. They obtained a temporary residence permit and the local government provided housing to them. They come from Nigeria, Libia, China, Eritrea,…
Added by Birgitta Schomaker on February 4, 2018 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Korohouon Two major actions were completed in the feasible action plan of the Korohouon community:
The sector head tells the reasons for this dream: "When we have cases of illness or a…Continue