Jean-Louis Lamboray
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"Yes Rituu, that relation will remain challenging as long as service providers and policy makers continue to behave in the mechanical or "shopping mall" paradigm...Hance our broad definition of "community" and our offer of SALt to…"
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"I like that you look at the larger eco-system including the nature. Thank you In Assam, what I am learning is that SALT is extremely important but not enough for a sustainable response. Link to services is equally important and link is not a linear…"
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"Luc Emotions come and go. Why then, does the practice of SALT live apparently without money? Les émotions sont par essences éphémères. Pourquoi SALT perdure sans apport financier? JL"
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Programs pass; SALT stays!

October 22, Bandung. Pak Sonny takes the floor, visibly moved. In his address to about 70 participants  at the Global Learning Festival (GLF), he explains why he flew all the way from Papua to West Java. “Papua has known many programs to deal with AIDS, he says. They came and went. The one that stayed with us is SALT, because it made us understand what we could do on our own”. I cried. 6 years ago, a change in leadership  had dashed our hopes to support Papua beyond the initial UNFPA support.…See More
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JL
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About Me:
My passion: Enabling others to grow
My concern: Will this miraculous planet survive despite our greed?
My strength: I suppose I am tenacious...
My weakness: I am eschewing conflict instead of trying to resolve them
My dream:
People regain control over their own lives
I'm proud of:
Seeing that people connected to the Constellation grow as they take charge of their own lives

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Programs pass; SALT stays!

Posted on November 9, 2018 at 8:31am 2 Comments

October 22, Bandung. Pak Sonny takes the floor, visibly moved. In his address to about 70 participants  at the Global Learning Festival (GLF), he explains why he flew all the way from Papua to West Java. “Papua has known many programs to deal with AIDS, he says. They came and went. The one that stayed with us is SALT, because it made us understand what we could do on our own”. I cried. 6 years ago, a change in leadership  had dashed our hopes to support Papua…

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"We are not poor; your mind is poor!"

Posted on May 22, 2018 at 2:40pm 2 Comments

Phayao, November 2017. “Let us go and support khun Moon,”says our friend Suwat to khun Saowanee, Anu and I. “He has stopped using chemicals on his land and has to deal with a lot of resistance from his fellow villagers.” Moon and his wife welcome us in front of their modest house. Lots of chicken run around among a luxuriant vegetation. In front of the house a fish pond opens the view toward a mountain range.…

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Professor John Rwomushana

Posted on April 10, 2018 at 3:30pm 2 Comments

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 eternity.

Professor John Rwomushana was instrumental in the development and the validation of the concept of local response to HIV.  UNAIDS knew since 1998 that people in Phayao had stopped the spread of HIV because they had taken ownership of the challenge through collective discussion,…

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Isn't there a shortcut?

Posted on March 5, 2018 at 9:30pm 3 Comments

“Isn't there a shortcut? ” asks Ranga as with Marlou we visit the beautiful Moluccan Islands in East-Indonesia.

While more and more people in rich countries tend to connect with nature, with people and with self,  in poorer…

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Stories from Phayao

Posted on January 16, 2018 at 1:28am 0 Comments

Dear friends 

Suwatland and Suwat has inspired me for 25 years now. Anu and I spent a few days in Suwatland recenty. Anu, who works with me on "Let's Reconnect" took a set of videos which we will share over the next few weeks. Here is what Anu wrote as an intro:

"The home of Suwat is the place where JL wrote “What Makes Us Human?”. In a way it’s very fitting because Suwat really helped JL to understand the AIDS situation in Thailand in the beginning of 2000s. For some…

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At 11:13pm on April 16, 2017, Musafiri Kizito Sebastien said…
Bonjour Monsieur!
J'aimerai avoir une discussion privée avec vous si possible?
Mail:sebastianmkizito@gmail. com
At 9:49am on July 21, 2016, Bobby Zachariah said…

JLL, am privileged to know you, right from the first meeting at Salvation Army IHQ.

You have followed your convictions and left a trail.

Keep going.

At 10:06pm on May 2, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Thanks for sharing the document. Conclusion fits our way of thinking

 

“The evidence is abundant that if you have more than one partner, the chance of HIV infection is increased. It is sometimes difficult for Africans to talk about sexual things in a one-on-one setting. What we found effective is when people talk collectively. If you take a look at the places where HIV went down dramatically, it was where members of society talked to one another: Zimbabwe, Uganda and elsewhere… We saw musicians, leaders, politicians leading the discussions. It is harder if this information comes from foreigners, or anyone outside the community or social group or even family,” said Timberg. "

At 11:14pm on March 11, 2012, Luc Barriere-Constantin said…

Waoouuh! first time ever that i receive so many responses from friends at the same time. I am not sure to be able to stay long active on Ning, but that's attractive. Will come back later.

How are you? In Yogyakarta or something like this?

I will be in Gex at the beginning of April (Eastern).

amities. luc

At 12:16pm on March 9, 2012, Ranganayaki Thangavelu said…

Dear JL! How are things. we've been working pretty hard here, on the paper as well as in the community. Haven't yet started blogging but hope to do so soon.

At 11:06pm on March 2, 2012, Aleksandra said…

Thank you for your warm welcome Jean-Louis

At 6:57am on January 11, 2011, adhi Ardian Kustiadi said…

Hi JL,

Glad to see you to here. please visit us again here at Papua...

 

warmest regards

 

adhi

 

At 6:14am on November 2, 2010, Lawan Vejapikul said…
Happy Birthday Mr.Chair.....Wishing you a very happy birthday and a very happy life everyday. ^___^
At 11:09am on October 14, 2010, YERUVA ANTHONY REDDY said…
Thanks JL for the comments let us meet and share more at Koppal soon.
At 10:10pm on May 31, 2010, Alain DIBAKANGA Zolana said…
SALT: MBANDAKA COMPETENTE FACE AU SIDA! C'est le slogan et Rêve de la ville de Mandaka, dans la province de l'équateur qui est dans sa quatrième journée de formation. Beaucoup d'histoires et d' expériences...Le SALT est venu boulversé tout sur moi, sur ma façon de faire, ma façon d'agir et c'est positif! Il me mets devant un miroir! L' a dit un des participants à cette formation...Une autre chose importante, aujouird'hui, au cours d'un exercice d'autoévaluation, les facilitateurs en formation ont réagi par rapport à l'inclusion et au genre que dans leur façon de vivre, les peuples pygmées ne sont pas considérés comme personnes ayant le même droit nous, les handicapés physiques, les PVVs, les albinos, il est justifié même dans nos associations, nous ne donnons pas de places utiles à ces hommes. Et le SALT, nous met devant notre réalité et vient tout boulverser pour une communauté qui marche vers la compétence!
Alain DIBAKANGA
Facilitateur et point focal Mbandaka
 
 
 

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