On-line SALT course. Module 1, exercise 1: reflection on Amber's story

Module 1, Exercise 1: Reflection on Amber’s story

For me Amber’s story is a reflection of me feeling uncomfortable, not at ease and shy when I read about history at school: I never understood why people (or countries) would do (e.g.) missionary work. Already as a kid it made me angry. I didn’t use the words I can use now: for me it felt so disrespectful to impose something on others. And of course, I don’t know anything about how the missionaries acted and how they were received. I trust they came with respect and I really hope they all acted in a Salty-way (nothing was written about that in the history books).

As an adult, I thought I’m not fit for working in a not-for-profit organisation. And I was happy that others could do what I couldn’t.

Now I’m slowly getting familiar with CLCP and SALT through the online SALT-course, I understand how I can do work like this, and feeling completely at ease!

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Comment by Marie Lamboray on January 30, 2018 at 2:45pm

Here is the link to Amber's story: http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profiles/blogs/salt-visits-changing-....

Thank you for sharing Margot!


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