Connecting local responses around the world
Maggie had a dream for Green and Happy islands in Maluku. She lived that dream.
She took her role in contributing…Blog Maggie goes with the streams, all around 1 Like SALT ET LES JEUNES AU BURUNDI /SALT and youth Blog SALT ET LES JEUNES AU BURUNDI /SALT and youth 1 Like One Step at a Time Blog One Step at a Time 2 Likes We have to trust the targeted community
When we start working with the community, we need to go with the mindset that they know better about their situation, environment and issues then me.
We outsiders think…Blog We have to trust the targeted community 4 Likes Professor John Rwomushana
When did we meet for the first time, I am not sure. Was it in 1998, when we discussed the impact of HIV on Health Reforms? It does not matter, as I feel that we know each other since and for…Blog Professor John Rwomushana 3 Likes
Together with our team of 8 people, we applied CLCP to ourselves a couple of weeks ago. It was refreshing, insightful and created real enthusiasm and commitment in our team…Blog CLCP in our start-up team 5 Likes No cuidado ao proximo, ha liccoes por partilh
Mocambique, Pais Africano situado na zona Austral. confirma hoje uma estatistica populacional de cerca de 29 milhoes de habitants. A OMS- organizacao mundial da saude,…Blog No cuidado ao proximo, ha liccoes por partilh 3 Likes Finding Common Ground in Zeeburgereiland: Bu
“Hey, we want to be part of this. We are here. What can we do?”
The newly trained SALTy facilitators who carried out a first round of living room conversations in February…Blog Finding Common Ground in Zeeburgereiland: Bu 6 Likes Where were you born? How did that shape you a
How to start a conversation on migration?…Blog Where were you born? How did that shape you a 4 Likes Refugees help us understand, or: the power of
In Utrecht, in the center of the Netherlands, we came together to learn about SALT as a strengths-based approach to assist refugees in making a new home, building new networks etc. More…Blog Refugees help us understand, or: the power of 3 Likes Blue ribbon feedback
Here is a little story of how a very simple accountability and feedback mechanism turned out to…Blog Blue ribbon feedback 2 Likes Who are we? Uncovering strengths through stor
I would like to share my experience in applying SALT to a project with Civil Society Organisations in Tarragona, Catalonia.
A gathering was organized on 20th…Blog Who are we? Uncovering strengths through stor 4 Likes Challenges in applying SALT: INCLUSION, rank
Learning from applying SALT in Catalonia. (it follows the previous post on Who are we?)
(AER) some interesting challenges to reflect upon:
“Isn't there a shortcut? ” asks Ranga as with Marlou we visit the beautiful Moluccan Islands in East-Indonesia.…Blog Isn't there a shortcut? 2 Likes The Magic of Science and Math called Aghamath Blog The Magic of Science and Math called Aghamath 2 Likes Hello from Indonesia – Indocompetence Rocks
Suddenly I was filled with happiness and with warm feeling. Jean Louis visited us, Indocompetence members, in Bandung last two week ago. We reconnected one and another. There was Dewi, Eki and me…Blog Hello from Indonesia – Indocompetence Rocks 4 Likes How can we collect and respond to feedback an
This post is a very quick response to a recent discussion on PELICAN about establishing feedback mechanisms for people who cannot read and write. Accessibility is indeed a fundamental requirement…Blog How can we collect and respond to feedback an 3 Likes Where is the energy coming from?
Sohail is a sociologist from Pakistan. He experienced first hand how SALT bridged this "false boundary" between personal and professional life. Moreover, Sohail shares with us something very…Blog Where is the energy coming from? 2 Likes
Moi aussi, j'étais un enfant de la rue. Après avoir découvert SALT, grâce à Eric uwintawaza, et identifié mes forces, j'ai décidé de les utiliser pour rencontrer d'autres enfants de la rue. Je…Blog ON N'EST PLUS DANS LA RUE / ON THE STREET NO 6 Likes