Days gone undeniably, yet the consistancy remain. keep the strong zeal for the community roll-on. thanks for Uncle Haulai's blog, i was also impresed by the way he deals with the community of Ahthibung town of Peren district, Nagaland. he was a talk of the town even after the SALT visit and people there were very happy. he made his good legacy and the community are now ready to face the ACP within.
Fr. Joe and Uncle Haulai made a perfect Judi. Great!
Thanks for the invite. I am presently working for HIV/AIDS as a Sr. Grants Manager of The Global Fund Program in India. From Mid June 2010, I will be an independent consultant on Grants making and proposal writing to name a few. Thrust area also would include capacity building of organisations in and outside India.
Dear Rituv B.nanda
I am working for C.H.A.I as a medical officer working fffor comunity health and hiv/aids in different componnnents.Iam happy to hear about you iwill inform all the problems what hiv/aids pts are felling in the socitey.
Dear Rituu B. Nanda,
Thank you very much for your invitation. Presently I am working as an administrative officer in St. Paul's Trust in Samalkot, Andhra Pradesh in South India. St. Paul's Trust works for Home and Community Based HIV/AIDS Care and Support in 25 Mandals/Blocks in the East Godavari District. I am interesting on ACP and I would like to know more about the same through you.
2. A question:
What are the cultural issues which are interferring with HIV/AIDS in North India ? I would be curious ? Do people speak from lack of ritual "cleansing"? Or from "witchcraft" ? in this context ?
Thanks for your reaction; what did you like ?
The foto of me is by a dialogical exchange seminar with female initiation godmothers in central Mozambique, to introduce HIV-Prevention educaiton in their teaching of girls and young women, during the four stages of initiation along young girls and women life (since ca. 10 year old untill having the first child).- Several teachning are given through dances and songs. Others through verbal counselling. However, the verbal counselling happen using metaphors as you should never speak out the works sex, blood or death, which are just too "hot" in a Bantuspeaker culture (Africa).
What a great motivation as I read through the experiences from different communities from India.There are great strenghts in people and the power in people to change gets revealed as others share their experiences,motivation,concerns and strengths for resonse.Am here to share and learn and its turning out great for me.Blessings
Constellation vidéo, where we journey in less then 2 minutes from space, through nature, to villages, in homes and back while exploring what the Constellation stands for. Thank YOU for being part of it.