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Comment by Autry Haynes
DEAR ALL, am available for a conversation on this issue. In Guyana the focus was 'cultivating the spirit of SALT with Facilitators who already had…"
"Interesting piece there,and i like the question,why is it then difficult?the selfish nature of man makes ethnic,racial,religious and most especially politically motivated conflicts difficult to solve and as you put it appreciate. To quote the…"
"Thank you Rituu, i promise to be much more active in the community this time and as you rightly put it share my experience,the little i have gotten over the last few years working in the rural communities here. Thank you once again for such an…"
"Unfortunately the activities of some multinationals and some donor agencies through their work have created this dependency syndrome and attitude among a lot of communities.this attitude kills initiative and breeds laziness. As an NGO Working on…"
"Happy to be back on board. I add my voice to the many that its a good question that is being discussed. Representing an NGO,that works with communities this is one important issue that we are confronted with,but the good part of it is that we are…"
"Thank you for this opportunity for Work and Happiness, an NGO based in Ghana West Africa to also share its experience on home visitation as parts of its tool to get to the communities to support the needy and the vulnerable. We work in collaboration…"
Iam a social worker with an NGO called Work and Happiness, based in Ghana, West Africa,Am sociable, make friends easily and likes to talk and share experiences. I believe in building a peaceful world through multiculturalism, and mutual respect for each other.I hate discrimination,ethnocentrism and all the isms.
My dream is in a small way have a positive influence on people i come into contact with, to believe in themselves.
I'm proud of:
who i am, but the most of all when i am able to put a smile on face of some one who needs it the most .it makes me proud but at the same time it humbles me.
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Thank you Rituu, i promise to be much more active in the community this time and as you rightly put it share my experience,the little i have gotten over the last few years working in the rural communities here. Thank you once again for such an opportunity you have me to connect with the world.
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