Ye Win's Blog (3)

Overcoming Pseudo-participation in mobilising the general people in Health and development activities

Dear Friends,

Now I am now working with new target groups and new approach (social mobilization or developing village based comittees). So I had learned many experiences from them and I'd tried to apply for these experience to PLHA (Peole Living with HIV/AIDS) self help groups like income generation, group forming, their ownvalues. 1 of my difficulty is pseudo-participation in related groups. So I'd tried to reduce…


Added by Ye Win on July 21, 2010 at 3:09pm — 5 Comments

Referring SALT to Self Help Group

Mingalarpar to all
I had visited to aids competence office, Chiang Mai at November 2009. During this trip, I could try to understand about the SALT methodology. Then I had tried to transfer these methodology to my staffs, partners and local SHG. So 2 SHG had understand the SALT and then they also tried to apply their activities.Thanks for aidscompetence!!! I think more of SHG will apply SALT and get success in their activities.

Added by Ye Win on January 21, 2010 at 9:04am — 5 Comments

Self discrimination of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA)

I am a new member of the aids competence. I want to pick up your brain too much. Some PLHAs had a sense of discrimination from environment and surrounding and so they have not dare to participate in any social events like forum, self help group. But their surrounding have not desire to discriminate upon them. So may I have any suggestion for this condition and how I do for those PLHAs ?

Added by Ye Win on November 1, 2009 at 7:49pm — 4 Comments


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