Ukeme okon's Blog (24)

F.E.A.R | Face Everything And Rise |

I have been a way for long and good to be back.

If you have been following the news, Nigeria has been trending in terms of suicide and kidnapping

In the past three weeks, more than 20 people have committed suicide and the number keeps increasing everyday. Nigerians are very strong people with so much energy to build resilience against any form of threat, but today we losing all that.

Causes of occurrence have ranged from Depression, Poverty, Retrenchment at work, Poor…

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Added by ukeme okon on March 30, 2017 at 9:08pm — 3 Comments

Strength that needs Sustainance

 

Dear Friends,

Greetings to you all from Nigeria.

As part of my Job as the newly appointed ANTI-AIDS club president is to design the activity plan of the club which I have done. The club has been in existence for the past 15yrs and as faced so many financial issues. The least of the support given to the club has always been condoms and I.E.C material and the student need more than this material support. The club has been running on individual contribution

Here…

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Added by ukeme okon on October 9, 2012 at 4:45am — 3 Comments

Zimbabwe: Community Strength

Chipo is 15 years old and an orphan. Her father died in 2001 and her mother died six months ago. She is caring for her little sister, Nolly, and two brothers, Farai and Edwin, as there is no one else to look after them. There is no money for food or school fees and the landlord wants the rent they owe. Mr Gift, the store manager, offered to cancel her food bill if she would ‘go home’ with him. Last week she gave in because Farai was crying with hunger and Nolly had fainted at school.…

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Added by ukeme okon on December 16, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments

FRONTIER STORY





During the team’s SALT visits, we met a native doctor who believes in the existence of HIV/AIDS and also educated the team in is own little way, his interaction with the team was a little bit tough in the sense that this young man told us stories of many people that were sick and went to the hospital for tests, diagnosed HIV positive by the doctor’s result but the native doctor believes that it is a “family attack” which…

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Added by ukeme okon on August 22, 2011 at 5:41pm — 1 Comment

Nigeria Trip Report

 

Activity: Frontier Process

 

Location:Uruk Otong Corps (AISW Division)

 

Date: 13th July-4th August 2011

 

Objectives:

  • To build young people's competence on HIV/AIDS
  • To build young people's experience around Psycho-Social Support for OVC
  • To build the leadership competency of the youth in responding to issues affecting their communities
  • To expose…
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Added by ukeme okon on August 17, 2011 at 6:30pm — 4 Comments

WRONG RESULT

A man as being on ARV for two half year because he was given a wrong result. Two weeks ago, we were in a community for Mobile HIV Counselling and Testing, a man was tested negative. After given him the Non reactive result, he ask of a reconfirmation of the test. i then use a Stak Pak to confirm the result and the result was still negative.

He started crying and then shared on is story; in 2008, he was down with fever, after taking some anti-malaria drug, he was still down with the…

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Added by ukeme okon on June 2, 2011 at 8:20pm — 2 Comments

Become A Better Listener

Want to become a good leader? become a good listener! A good listener respond to advice or a request. Here are two stories of what happens when we don't take time to listen. The first is from a young woman hurt by a manager who constantly cut her off: We expected he would wait and give us answers to serious questions about our work. Many times he walked off when we were in mid sentence, having heard nothing.

The next is from a youth director who was fired: after serving the boss for 3…

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Added by ukeme okon on May 18, 2011 at 4:39pm — 1 Comment

DONORS FATIGUE

Donor fatigue is a phenomenon in which people no longer give to charities, although they have donated in the past. There are a number of causes for donor fatigue, including pressure to donate, overstretched budgets, and frustration with mis-managed charities and donation campaigns. Many charities work hard to avoid donor fatigue, since it negatively impacts their collected funds for the year. There are an assortment of ways in which donor fatigue can be avoided by both donors and…

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Added by ukeme okon on May 4, 2011 at 9:09pm — 1 Comment

Why communicate?

 

Communicating is the act of sharing or exchange information. A two rooms having one connecting doors.

What if you know you can do a better job of communicating

and connecting with people (or someone else

in your life) and you just don't know where or how to

start?



Most of us feel that way at some time in our

relationships building and lives.



Sometimes it's a one-time challenge and other

times, you've been in a pattern of…

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Added by ukeme okon on February 1, 2011 at 5:18pm — 1 Comment

Promoting Positive Living Among People

Every single step we take as young people involves risk. We want to be like our friends, movie star, musician, not minding the consequencies of actions being it positive or negetive.

I remember some couple of years ago, i was faced with alot of challenges and responsilities. I never enjoyed my childhood, my mum left me in the care of my aunt when i was just a year and 6 month. My aunt never showed mea motherly care and was always…

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Added by ukeme okon on January 19, 2011 at 7:54pm — 6 Comments

Nigeria Trip Report

FRONTIER PROCESS TRIP REPORT…

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Added by ukeme okon on October 19, 2010 at 4:19pm — 4 Comments

WHO IS A TRUE FRIEND?.

Friendship involves recognition or familiarity with another's personality. How can we recognize potential friendship? Signs include a mutual desire for companionship and perhaps a common bond of some kind.…



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Added by ukeme okon on September 15, 2010 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

WHY SALT?

Salt has both positive and negative impact. If you apply too much of salt in the food it will be too salty and if you don’t apply salt in your food, the food will be tasteless. Remember the story of Sodom and Gomorrah, when God wanted to destroy the city, he ask Lot to flee out of the city and not to look back, but…

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Added by ukeme okon on August 23, 2010 at 5:30pm — No Comments

SORRY............

This Five lettered word (SORRY) does wonders yet we often find it difficult to say. I think that one of the reasons why this word is difficult is because we claim right, too proud, and refuse to see things in another person’s way. Imagine if we can say “I am sorry” when we wrong or offend some one how much stress it could reduce? But we rather make things worse by claiming being right.

Take a look around and see how many people are hurting just because someone feels or felt to say simple… Continue

Added by ukeme okon on June 9, 2010 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

Re HIV/AIDS+PEER PRESSURE

I have been pondering on this issue for a very long time.

When i was in high school, i attended a boarding school were the student were so rough and rude.

The school had lots of bushes around and sometime the student were found in this bush. The principal always punish people found in this kind of place because it was out of bound, but the student always go there either to smoke, gamble or have sex.

I had four friends who we were so close to me and we respected each others value,… Continue

Added by ukeme okon on April 26, 2010 at 8:24pm — 4 Comments

Book Writing (Kindly Make Your Contribution)

My organisation is coming up with a manual to help people in the local community during their facilitation process.

The reason why we dicided to come up with this manual is because we discover that after executing some of our activity, the people cannot transfer the lesson learnt to other people around them.

The impact is not really felt, we decided to come up with a manual to help them build their capacity the more.

We are writting on the following

1.… Continue

Added by ukeme okon on April 26, 2010 at 6:21pm — 2 Comments

Book Writing

My organisation is coming up with a manual to help people in the local community during their facilitation process.

The reason why we want up with this manual is because we discover that after executing some of our activity, the people cannot transfer the lesson learnt to other people around them.

The impact is not really felt, we decided to come up with a manual to help them build their capacity the more.

We are writting on the following

1. Documentation/Measurement

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Added by ukeme okon on April 26, 2010 at 6:08pm — No Comments

PEER PRESURE+HIV/AIDS

Unsafe sex is the leading cause of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection globally. Young people under the age of 25 are estimated to account for half of all new HIV infections worldwide, with an average of two young persons being infected every hour of every day. HIV/ AIDS is rapidly spreading and has cost millions of lives and billions of dollars to humanity. Studies have shown that despite biological factors like sexual relationships, drug injection, blood transfusion, there are some… Continue

Added by ukeme okon on April 23, 2010 at 10:25pm — 2 Comments

Seeking Vengeance

There is a woman who supplies yogurt to a company and the workers really patronise her,with time some of the workers that consume this yogurt started falling sick one after the other.…

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Added by ukeme okon on March 24, 2010 at 4:12pm — 7 Comments

Rape....When Will the Victim get Justice

Gender-based violence affects millions of women and girls whose lives have been uprooted by conflict and displacement. Rape is used as a weapon of war; women and girls seeking refuge are often coerced into sex in exchange for food or safe passage. Forcing women or girls to submit to sexual acts has been described as a form of gender-based violence against women. Reports say that rape causes severe physical and psychological pain and suffering. Rape also can…

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Added by ukeme okon on March 23, 2010 at 7:54pm — 1 Comment

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