June 2015 stories (6)

Evaluation empowering community

My name is Albie Colvin, this is my first Community Life Competence post, bit nervous.

I am a young Melbourne-based social entrepreneur/philanthropist; I run ACGD Design - community based creative communications company, and I am the founder of Colour Them Safe (CTS) - small international arts initiative aimed at improving the livelihoods of disadvantaged young…


Added by Albie Colvin on June 24, 2015 at 10:37am — 1 Comment

Community life competence for stimulating domestic workers’ response to their working conditions

I had the opportunity to facilitate community life competence process with domestic workers. This is part of the work for which Reiko and Suneetha from ILO Delhi office have invited us to use the approach to develop a participatory monitoring tool for the domestic workers on their working conditions. The event brought together domestic workers, their families, NGOs, employers, Trade unions and ILO staff . We saw slight changes emerge which gave us hope. Reflections showed that strength-based…


Added by Rituu B. Nanda on June 16, 2015 at 11:00pm — 2 Comments

Leave Your Potatoes At Home

Working with marginalised communities on using data and technology in advocacy

By Maya Ganesh, Beatrice Martini and Dirk Slater.

You are welcome anytime, you're not like others who come with their own bag of potatoes

It’s with these words…


Added by Dirk Slater on June 10, 2015 at 4:45pm — 2 Comments

une femme battante

c'est lhistoire d'une femme qui a vecu avec un homme toxicomane et qui c'est retrouve veuve a l'age de 25ans avec 2 enfants sous sa responsabilite .pendant les annee passé a c'etait un combat dans son role de femme et maman ,elle a du accompagne son mari dans une therapie avec les rechutes continuel.mais sa lui a fait grandir le fait q'uelle etait une fille tres gate avec ses parents avant de le rencontre.Le point fort de cette histoire c'est la force de cette femme qui n'a jamais baisse les…


Added by Annick Cotte on June 7, 2015 at 6:36pm — No Comments

Mama Kara and the new facilitators

Who is Mama Kara? It is the community self-assessment (SALT) training organized by the Togolese Red Cross in partnership with UNICEF, which took place in Kara from the 18th until the 21st May 2015. In June a pilot phase will start in Togo: 2 regions, 4 districts, 8 villages.

Different actors, from project coordinators to mammas from the club de mères will use the community self-assessment in the different villages. The villages will evaluate their situation regarding the…


Added by Carmen Indrani on June 3, 2015 at 10:30pm — 5 Comments

Angel of Earth, I meet! (Here for Nepal)

Just the day after, the first hit by 7.8 RS Earthquake on 25th April 2015, many casualties from epicenter lying areas of Nepal esp. from Gorkha were admitted to Gandaki Hospital, Pokhara.

While assessing the scene to the green zone area, my attention went to a girl there at the corner of Green zone area, named Babita Sunar. She was alone and no guardian to take care of her. She is only 10 years old. Slowly, I came to know her background details. She was an orphan living in support by…


Added by Dipendra on June 1, 2015 at 5:00pm — 5 Comments

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