Chandra nurhasz's Blog (10)

Another story of an appreciation.

Since mid-May 2012, I was more in Sekadau. It’s about 7 hours trip by car from Pontianak, my hometown.

Last year, I chatted with a Pak Rasyid, 56 yo. He was an officer at the district Bappeda (Development Planning Board Office). At December Pak Rasyid was retired, so at 2-3 months before December, he was more often doing business at home that has been lived since 20 years ago. He and his wife are a wedding organizer. He had a warm personality; I used to talk and chit-chat with…


Added by chandra nurhasz on March 21, 2013 at 2:47pm — 4 Comments

Où serez-vous le 15 février, 2012?

Le compte à rebours commence ... 

Le moment est venu pour les résolutions à long terme pour la Nouvelle Année 

Où serez-vous le 15 février, 2012?


Pensez vite... dans une réunion, dans un avion ou sur un ordinateur... Ou, peut-être, à Yogyakarta, en Indonésie? 

La réponse est simple: Si vous vous êtes engagé dans un voyage d'apprentissage avec votre communauté dans l'année à venir, vous serez…


Added by chandra nurhasz on January 4, 2012 at 6:37pm — 2 Comments

Indocompetence Plan in February 2012.

Dear All,

Happy New year

The Countdown Begins...

Time for long-term New Year Resolutions

Where will you be on February 15, 2012?

Think quickly… in a meeting, on a plane or at a computer….or, perhaps, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia?

Quite simply answered: If you have resolved to go on a…


Added by chandra nurhasz on January 2, 2012 at 4:30pm — 6 Comments

Gender Equality Competence in Indonesia

Hi all,…


Added by chandra nurhasz on November 12, 2010 at 8:42am — 7 Comments

The little effects of sharing

Hi all,

Last month, Pontianak Salt Team visited Singkawang Salt Team. Singkawang took 3 hours trip by car from Pontianak. We are about 15 peoples in 2 cars.

The meeting started by having lunch together in the atmosphere of familiness. After lunch we shared each other. We shared about our family and also work, particularly experiences from the field. There were 2 new boys, youth, from KPA Pontianak who were very enthusiastic to be involved in this even. They are new…


Added by chandra nurhasz on September 6, 2010 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments

SALT as a way of thinking and a way of working

Hi everyone,

Last week, held in Bogor, some ACP facilitators to met again. Bogor is a city that connects Jakarta with cities in West Java.It is about 2-2,5 hours away by bus from the international airport Soekarno-Hatta, Jakarta. Bogor, a haven was once the Dutch officials who will be traveling from Jakarta to Bandung (capital of West Java). Bogor also has botanical garden (tropical), one of the most complete in the world. The city is nicknamed the city of rain, because it's rained… Continue

Added by chandra nurhasz on May 18, 2010 at 3:08pm — 14 Comments

second chance for fixing

We were at Manonjaya, West Java last week, together with JL, Rebeka, Lulu, Mustain (friend from Singkawang, West Kalimantan) and I. Jl has shared about this subdistrict and how beautiful a view at the side along the way.

At the second day, I facilitated the session of reflection. I proposed the question for all of us: when you woke up this morning, what did you think of? Well, this was actually an easy question. So I just said this question to audience. Some of participants gave an… Continue

Added by chandra nurhasz on November 23, 2009 at 10:26pm — 10 Comments

Learning event at Papua, Indonesia was learning event for us as facilitators

1. What went well?

 When we went for SALT visit at the first workshop, one group visited the same community twice was really useful. The first visit is more for building a relationship and trust. But at the second one (because of the successful of the first visit) is more to the advanced process; facilitated community we visited to build their own dream and how to reach them. This is like a ‘process with a follow up’.

 When we facilitated this learning event, we – as facilitators –… Continue

Added by chandra nurhasz on August 7, 2009 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

chance for learning

This is my true testimony:...;-))

I was a little bit ‘shocked’ when I found on schedule paper that I was one of the facilitator for tomorrow (Tuesday, after lunch session) together with Gaston. Yes I saw the schedule, but truly I never saw the facilitator list. Yes I used to be a facilitator on some workshop, training and also ACP in Indonesia. But,…. This is international level. This is the first time for me. I really know and realize very much about the lack of my English. I was… Continue

Added by chandra nurhasz on June 26, 2009 at 9:10am — 4 Comments

Chiang Mai - 1st day

Just like usual, the meeting was starting by explored hopes, concern and expectations. Mine are:


 Always has a chance to learn, it’s personal. I believed that learning is a must in our whole life. And it fits with SALT. Learn has an important place in the SALT Process.

 Community recognized their strengths and confident to use those. This is my hope to communities I will visited later on. I believed every community has strength. They just did not realize. And then… Continue

Added by chandra nurhasz on June 26, 2009 at 8:53am — 2 Comments


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