Dear Rituu, Gaston and Laurence.
(Sorry for replaying your letters at my blogs)
I do thank you for kindly supports and inspiring suggestions and also guiding questions from Laurence so I could accomplish better learning and understanding on me with this constelation and the process itself.
Due to facilitation opportunity my time is only three hours, that makes me little bit worry how could I facilitatate SALT visit/approach to the 5 districts. And facitilator in only… Continue
Added by wiwin winarni on December 31, 2009 at 7:48am —
Like in many developing countries, HIV/AIDS is a pubilc health problem. In Cameroon, more than 500 000 people live with the disease.Youths between 15 and 24 years are the most affected. In this age bracket, girls are the most vulnerable. Ignorance, poverty and high illiteracy level are the root causes.
For more than 10 years, the ministry of Education has been promoting health related activities in secondary schools through the creation of health clubs. These clubs have been actively… Continue
Added by Njoh Angwi Constance on December 31, 2009 at 2:04am —
After close discussion with one of field chief officer UNICEF West Java Province - Indonesia, at 7 Januray 2010 I will be assigned to facilitate exit strategy session for UNICEF project at 5 districts by using SALT approach particularly on self assessment and develop POA of selected dreams they prefer. The meeting will be attended by 200 participants. Is it possible to conduct SALT approach among 200 participants? Is there any requirements to develop practices since… Continue
Added by wiwin winarni on December 30, 2009 at 10:22am —
As the year is ending, we would like to say thank you for your friendship, support, and sharing all through this year (as in years before, and hopefully through more years to come) and to send you our best wishes for the coming year.
Although Saskia Davis wrote Symptoms of Inner Peace
back in 1984, we have just come across it and would like to share it with you as something to inspire you for the new year:
SYMPTOMS OF… Continue
Added by Usa Duongsaa on December 26, 2009 at 11:57am —
i am attending the querterly meeting the Global fund porject in Bali at hotel Sindhu Beach - Sanur - Bali. the achievment of the project still under the target. the provincial team already prepare some methode how to achive the target.
The aim of the meeting are : to know the perfomance of the site, the problem (obstacle), and how to solve the problem. The meeting attend by activist, NGO, and govermnment and health department.
happy mary chistmas and new… Continue
Added by Drs. I Wayan Suardika on December 23, 2009 at 9:35am —
The Indian capital of New Delhi and many places in the north of our country are having a chilly(by our standards) winter at this time.The same may hinder the process of reduction in the severity of the problem looming large in our part of the world also.
The problem of H1N1 is continuing unabated and we need to reaffirm our faith by revisitng the issues of community systems strengthening(CSS) besides the much needed health systems strengthening(HSS) in our part… Continue
Added by Dr Rajesh Gopal on December 21, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Last week I was visited by NGO namely RESIC in which I become one of its' advisor. We plan to have garbage project at my residence site. They were six members of RESIC. Three young lecturers (F) and others were students of them (2F and 1 M). Lecturers dominated discussion and the rest and me silently listened. Finally they asked me to speak. I thougth its my show time. I asked Lina, a student, to think about Ai's strentghs, another student. Others were look at me, and asked me why did I do so.… Continue
Added by wiwin winarni on December 21, 2009 at 1:07pm —
I just received phone from Siti Aminah, a midwives, at Manonjaya Tasikmalaya. All of us ar inspired by support team particularly JL's story about his wife's support to his jobs. Siti Aminah learned and experienced that her husband sacrifices and more supportive to her activities and jobs after she appreciate her husband's opinion, responces and attituted towards her. Initially her husband was sometimes oponents but then she found thta he is trully her partner's of her life...
Added by wiwin winarni on December 15, 2009 at 1:39pm —
When I decided to join the Constellation Team, SALT principles were the key for my passionate attraction. I even thought that it was the only thing that was making this team functioning. One might question why that was so evident comparatively to the other set of marvelous activities that the ACP team develops. And that is right, I also question the same. I never understand why, I only know that it is so impressing to the stage that once you start you get so involved and don’t even think of… Continue
Added by Joao Arnaldo Vembane on December 14, 2009 at 5:37pm —
It's really make my life easier, to know that baby sitter of my 16 months son is salted. When I joined 1st Indocompetence Knowledge Fair at Jogjakarta - Indonesia (22-25 Nov 2009) all participant were assigned to do SALT Visit. I brought my baby and his sitter to Jogjakarta. The baby was fever. It's impossible to leave him alone at hotel with the sitter.
Than the story began. I thought that I have to conduct SALT visit to her at hotel room instead of other.
I started asking her… Continue
Added by wiwin winarni on December 13, 2009 at 8:30pm —
To have JL with us at Manonjaya sub district at West Java Indonesia is one of wonderfull learning for me.
We did self assessment. We were all up set since it was very difficult to see whether community we talked about know and care about adolescent reproductive health (ARH). We reviewed our plan of actions. We did all but how could we assess our progress....SILENT, and I discussed with JL and other visiting facilitators.
OALAA...no need to asses others. No need to see whether… Continue
Added by wiwin winarni on December 13, 2009 at 8:23pm —
It was began at June 2009 when indocompetence members and UNFPA conduted SALT visit to Manonjaya sub district at west java province of Indonesia. The uniqueness of SALT as approach emerging from the way we introduced one and another. No need to introduce me as a center of group but how I concern to other member;s features. I was surprises thta my neighbour partner appreciate me so by introducing me as if I was a hero. That's great and cool!!
I was motivated to entertain my self to… Continue
Added by wiwin winarni on December 13, 2009 at 8:11pm —
Just want to share a small piece which I wrote on this WAD.
on 30th of November just before one day of WAD 2009, I mate one of my advisor and we discuss on lots of issues from INP+ to larger role of PLHIV in over all development and also what action I can take I was very positive and started thinking with bigger frame of mind. When I started back home from his office, I got a call from "Economic Times" journalist, he asked me one question as he want to put some article on WAD. "What is the… Continue
Added by MANOJ PARDESHI on December 7, 2009 at 9:26pm —
Today, 7 December 2009, is a grey and rainy day in my part of the world. And the day risks to go by without further mentioning. But it is not that we have no reason to celebrate. Exactly 5 years ago on a day that was exactly as grey as today, eleven people came together in a dark meeting room just outside Geneva. They lightened up that day with a vision of a Constellation of connected stars supporting each other in becoming AIDS Competent. They made that vision concrete with the foundation of… Continue
Added by Marlou on December 7, 2009 at 7:30pm —
Many Countries have been involved in responding to HIV/AIDS many years ago and most financial resources within countries are being used to figth HIV/AIDS and reduce its impact; Many NGO's have been developed and been spending resources to figth the epidemic around the word that is resulting in deths, and dark picture for many countries including Mozambique.
The questions is if the word is involded and countries resoucers are being used to figth this war why is HIV/AIDS still a big… Continue
Added by Virgilio Suande on December 7, 2009 at 3:19pm —
Message from LeaderNet on the World AIDS Day
In commemoration of World AIDS day, the LeaderNet team would like to honor all of our members who are currently working in HIV/AIDS. From Afghanistan to Cambodia, Ethiopia to Swaziland, Guatemala to Peru, Australia, France, and the United States, there are over 750 LeaderNauts from 72 countries and 6 continents working to improve management, leadership, and governance in HIV/AIDS… Continue
Added by Dr Rajesh Gopal on December 7, 2009 at 2:11pm —
This weekend I participated in an acroyoga workshop on the theme 'Building our community'. Besides hanging upside down and doing crazy things together, we reflected on the meaning of community.
I wanted to share this with you because the definitions people gave touched me.
... people that you share a space and time with in acceptance and support.
... all the layers coming… Continue
Added by Laurence Gilliot on December 7, 2009 at 9:30am —
I came across this story
today. I found it fascinating to listen to. For me it emphasises the importance of us collecting more than one experience for each Principle for Action that we are collecting as Knowledge Assets about the response to HIV and AIDS. We are quick to make assumptions from a single experience. It is better if we get other perspectives from different settings… Continue
Added by Geoff Parcell on December 3, 2009 at 4:18pm —
Last month (Nov09), we had a good chance to welcome people from 2 countries to experience “ SALT ”
through our SALT Visit Programmes
in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand (2days programme). The first group of participants came from Myanmar with 10 people from "Burnet Institute, Myanmar"
and "CARE International, Myanmar"
plus another 2 people from the organisation who works in the border area between Thailand and Myanmar, "SMRU (Shoklo Malaria Research… Continue
Added by Lawan Vejapikul on December 2, 2009 at 12:00am —