Connecting local responses around the world
“What is our motivation? What drives us at work? What do we get out of our journey?” These are questions for our reflection this week after a nun shared her motivation and challenges in…Blog What is in this journey? 5 Likes
This is the first blog post I am writing. So, in advance, thanks for reading :)
In my role at Beyond Social Services, an NGO in Singapore, I do not get the privilege of working closely with…Blog My day, as it turns out was worth it! 7 Likes
As a member of the Guyana Team I have so much to be reflective about during SALT visits. Quite recently CLCP has just conducted training of which I participated. Looking back, before Life…Blog Reflection and sharing 4 Likes Is this the power of local response??? During my conversations with 25 indigenous women last week, one of the topics for discussion was their role on their community. The group gathered that their role has very often been limited to doing… Blog Is this the power of local response??? 3 Likes Are we human? During the recent International SALT visit in Indonesia, we started the session by asking this question: Are we human? What doesn't mean to be human?"
We haven't started yet, but that did not prevent me to start learning.
At breakfast yesterday with the Indocompetence team, we reconnect and chat about anything and everything. …Blog Yogyakarta: the learning begins! 5 Likes Damn, this broccoli makes me back! I was providing interpreting service to Jean Louise on three functions of learning, transfer and sharing. On the way back home, I reflect why was this not easy. I was sweated and thought so hard to… Blog Damn, this broccoli makes me back! 2 Likes The good that comes with being human
25 persons aged from 13 to 70 turned up when we announced that there will be a meeting for those interested in volunteering. Several of them also brought along the children who were under their…Blog The good that comes with being human 2 Likes