Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique's Blog (27)

Inspiration forcing the Response - Maova village, Nagaland, India

Waking up in a house whose owners or occupants I did not know, had never seen or heard of, after a warm and restful sleep, was for me a maiden experience. For, the night before a couple of our good friends from the village had led Joma and me after dinner and shown us to this cozy single room. Now in the morning, it was both singular and pleasant to sit with Athein and her husband sipping the warm spicy tea she had made, unable to comprehend the dialect that Joma was talking to… Continue

Added by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on November 13, 2010 at 7:30pm — 11 Comments

From the North-East Knowledge Fair: CLCP was there before the CLCP facilitators

As I wake up in Dimapur, Nagaland, after the best two days of rejuvenating CLCP that we had in the nearby Maova group of villages, it is time for a quick reflection on what we soaked in before other waves of incidents wash away impressions of the last two days from the shores of our minds.…

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Added by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on November 12, 2010 at 10:00am — 8 Comments

Why CLCP is far better than Targeted Interventions (TI)

At the recently concluded CLCP Workshop, for all CARE staff working in EMPHASIS (our project name) held at CARE India office in New Delhi, from 18-21 October 2010, one of the participants asked me an explaination. His dilemma was that if we carried out the Community Life Competence Process there seemed to be an apparent disparity between EMPHASIS (our project) goals and objectives with those of the community. Consequently, I explained that:

In the Targeted Intervention Model…

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Added by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on October 27, 2010 at 8:24pm — 18 Comments

SALT Visits and AAR in CARE India

Dear Friends,

We have in the last three weeks begun introducing CLC and ACP in the EMPHASIS project of CARE India. The difference is that SALT visits in CARE show how SALT can be used to achieve CARE's + Community's objectives, dreams and so on...Moreover, it is useful as a tool for impressing on other International NGO's that you need no additional investment, and you get better returns on your own indicators, if you practice SALT. Finally, the field teams have…

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Added by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on May 13, 2010 at 7:30pm — 15 Comments

Acknowledgment and Recognition

Acknowledgment: This blog is written from a skype interview that Rituu B. Nanda conducted on the Author



Both the words Acknowledgment and Recognition, appear at the first sight to be the same. However, there is a small difference. Acknowledgment, we use, as when I am writing a book, I say, I acknowledge R's work in editing, rewriting, and so on. Here the main work is mine, and I acknowledge the inputs of another person called R, who is helping my… Continue

Added by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on August 13, 2009 at 4:00pm — 12 Comments

The AAR of Journeys of Joy: the EMPHASIS India Knowledge Fair

I request every member who was at the EMPHASIS India Knowledge Fair to fill in their perspectives into the AAR and some one to translate into Hindi as my daughter Ayesha is now in Kochi!

 

What strengths did we see?

  • Community Representatives who were coming for the first time able to interact freely and share.
  • Most of us had dreams, that EMPHASIS would be owned by the Community in 2014
  • All participants are very engrossed…
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Added by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on November 30, 1999 at 10:30am — 3 Comments

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