Thanks for sharing your upcoming HIV prevention project.
You are going to faciliate strength based approach or is it part of your research project or is it action research? How do you plan to measure the change among the facilitators you will train and the outcome of their work?
You are quite a model. I get you moving to Uganda. Namara should be of help to you there.
I read you also need a point to start SIDA. What exactly do you want to do?,if I could be of help.
Waiting to hear from you,
Steps in Stone sounds very interesting in strengthening the community. I look forward to know more about it when you are here in Uganda or even you can share more on line. I will introduce it to my Organization Health Nest Uganda if possible. I will send you an email address of a good friend of mine in Gotland where I stayed when I
visited your Country in 2001 and 2004. I call her my Mammy.
I look forward to here from you more.
We shall definitely meet when you come to Uganda in April, I stay in Entebbe, where you will pass on your way to Kampala. I have been involved in HIV fight since 1992, I started with TASO as a Head Counselor where I had the opportunity to work with Dr Alex Coutinho the current Executive Director of IDI. I am currently the Principal Director of Health Nest Uganda where Dr. Alex has been approached to be a Patron. Health Nest Uganda empowers the community through training. We train HIV/AIDS Counselors, First Aiders and Fire fighters. We also offer free community Based Voluntary Counseling and testing. I am widely trained in Trainer of Trainers skills.
I look forward to sharing with you more.
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accept greetings from the west coast of Africa in Cameroon. I'll want to share that, the issue of people being important is not that they are not important, but they do not know they are important.
Results from a self competence used in my school for HIV prevention reveals they have alot of potentials in them. They only need to be given a chance to demonstrate it. People should also be appreciated and encouraged. It was lovely meeting you.
It is a great pleasure to meet you :-) Indeed, the winter has to be for nature to rest and to blossom more beautifully in the spring!
I really would like to learn from your experience. Would you like to write on your blog? For instance, you could share one story that really touched you in your work and explain maybe a key lessons learned in that situation?
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