Jennifer I can't belief there are so much information for associations in developing countries until I joined PCDN. I thank you also the the additional link to other resources to enhance development work.
it is very grade to know people like you around the world.May the lord our God give you wisdom and power to serve his peope.My name is Grace, ajournalist for Bakhita Radio the voice of the church.we advocates for justice and peace in the community.Am from south sudan the newly born nation in Africa.SO I urgy women to participate in developmental activities since you are an example to us. Congragulation.
Glad that you added me to ur friend list. I am honored!! I am currently working with NGO La Benevolencija as Grassroots programme Corndinator in DR Congo. We develop a regional projects in great lakes region: "radio reconciliation and justice = a remedy" projects in collaboration with the Boston and massassuchets university via peace psychology experts. We sensitize the communities on the steps that might lead to violence, reconciliation process and the individual way of trauma healing through a radio drama and factuals and also via implementation of community based organization called "Noyaux d'alliance communautaire".
I am really impressed by the work you perform. Hope will learn more from you as young actor in peacebuilding eager to get insights, knowledge and best practice in conflict transformation, grassroots approach.
I mean your experience would be of great importance for me to move ahead with peace project.
Thank you Jennifer for adding me in your network. I am currently in Afghanistan and from my vantage point I see the value of your work, thoughts and reflections. I wish to continue being a recepient to that wisdom and will surely put value into it in my work and actions. Cheers from Afghanistan. Jerome
I am being honored to be one of your good, happy, caring, thoughtful and talented friends. Together, sure footed in the past, together armed with lessons of ages, we are creating the world as we vision to be.
Thanks very much indeed, for this honorable invitation
Thanks for the invitation. Thanks too for the insightful thoughts about the experiences in the development work. I can't always wait to read the next thoughts and ideas you put together with various contacts. I hope to share from my local perspectives too in due course. May these humble efforts and ideas we exchange reach at policy levels in the development world at one time.
"Vasudev kutukbkam" entire world is a family.This is the teaching of our indian culture and tradition.This is a wonderful site to to know our inner self and each other and can make a world a family.
We created countries, boundaries,religions,cast,race for any reason.But this the time to realize that we are one and naturally interconnected with each other which we can just realize by watching inhale and exhale of our breaths. The source is same without any discrimination of religion and boundaries, equally for all living life of universe .When we understand this simple thing then we must understand how our and other's life is equally important, valuable and respectable .
We should follow the nature's rule,God has given us a human life not for destruction but to look after the wellbeing of all living life so that peace and harmony can establish in this planet.
I shall be happy if we could be a friend with harmonious relationship.
Jennifer - thanks for the honor of requesting this relationship, & deeply regret the long time it took to respond. I've been totally absorbed by a combination of work (with major projects going on in 6 different parts of the world right now), as well as personal concerns with my wife's health. Please, let me hear more from you & what your are doing in this field. You may be interested in my recent respone to another member (see my file for particulars).
I read many of the comments on the "ability" of grassroot organizations utilizing international funding. Though my experiences having worked in a senior position with an International Funding Organization, I believe that small is beautiful. The creativity of smaller organizations which are community based, can have the potential of creating a success story. Of course there is always a "risk factor" in the initial stages. We need to believe that investment of donors money is always at risk. I have seen large budgeted projects having failed in spite of all the precautions having been made at the launch of the project. The question always is what makes development funding successful ? Stephen Gonsalves
Poverty is every where but To solve them and to help them need concrit Programme(by which they will be self depend) such as Horticulture,Animal farming,hand made item,Home stay toureisum,their ancient cultural show and by collecting Medicinal herbs etc.To make depend on foregin currency or aid is I do not like.It makes the people dall and lazy
I'm honored that you took the initiative to become a friend.
I sent a special direct e-mail message to Duncan, inviting him to explore collaboration on his Water & Sanitation projects: We can offer some new & very useful "appropriate technology" in this field, that makes water, food & household sanitation as easy as falling off a log. [And what's best, the infants & children love it, as there's absolutely NO "after-taste" or negative health side-effects. Which is why our Lk Victoria Ugandan village renamed it: "The good water that doesn't taste like medicine".]
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