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At 4:31am on July 14, 2009, Priyaranjan said…
hi
At 4:32pm on June 30, 2009, Msambya Bakari E. tambwe said…
Hello Sana how are you? my name is Msambya bakari living in Tanzania,i would like to have a friendship and collaboration in order to exchanges more about human rights issues as i am an activist of human rights to so feel free to contact me by email (tahew26@yahoo.com) i hope we may starting by here and i will provide you the information sheet of my organisation which named " Centre for Promoting the Women and children's Rights" CPWCR" in chort. be blessed. yours sincerely.
At 1:07am on June 4, 2009, Priyaranjan said…
hi,
hows ur project going on?
At 1:59pm on February 9, 2009, Bijay Raj Poudel said…
hello, what you doing these days? where do come to Nepal?
At 7:39pm on November 8, 2008, Ron Krate said…
Hi Sanya,

In answer to your question, I taught with Indian University's Malaysia Project in Shah Alam, Malaysia, and then helped to set up a cognitive science department for the new Univeristy of Malyasia on Sarawak, Borneo
At 5:46pm on October 28, 2008, Waheed Ahmad said…
Dear Friends,




Several months ago, I submitted an application for the 2008 JusticeMakers Competition. In doing so, I joined a global community of legal aid lawyers, policemen, and NGO officers that had proposed solutions for curbing torture and legal abuse on a local level.



Last month, I received word that my application was one of a handful of proposals to be named a JusticeMakers Finalist. With your assistance, I now have a shot at winning $5,000 to implement my idea.



Here's how you can help.



1. Register for www.justicemakers.net.

2. Login and click "Browse Projects" on the left hand side of the page.

3. Browse or search for [waheed], my JusticeMakers username, and click on it.

4. Click on the orange "Rate Me" icon that appears on the top of the page.

5. Read a short summary of my proposal and rate my project. (Preferably with five stars.)



Thatʼs it! If, on November 13, I have the highest average rating of any project, Iʼll win the $5,000 to implement my project. :)



Please let me know if you have any questions and thank you in advance for your help.







Waheed Ahmad
Advocate High Court

Contact Person AIJA for Pakistan
Address: 2/136- A Aman Park baghbanpura
Lahore, Pakistan
Cell# +92-300-4254329
Fax# 0092-42-6844293
Email : waheed2000@yahoo.com
At 7:01am on October 26, 2008, Yadab Bastola said…
Hi sana,
Good to see you on this Network.It really glad to know you are working in refugee resettlement .I am also working in Nepal with UNHCR in Bhutanese refugee resettlement programme form Nepal.It would be nice for sharing experciences each other .
Hope we will be in touch
Yadab
At 11:33am on October 22, 2008, Nick Githuku said…
Deares Sana,

...By the way, did i evertell you that "Sana's" actually also a Swahili word? Now you know...still waiting for you to deliver what you promised...getting old infront of my PC in the process!

By the way, ever heard of Dengue Fever, an American-Camodian group in L.A a cultural-cross-pollination of soft-roc that goes bac to the Camodia of the 70s...chec it out and, hopefully, enoy it here:

http://www.mp3.com/artist/dengue-fever/summary/

Nick.
At 5:02pm on October 6, 2008, Nick Githuku said…
Oops! Let me see if there's more than just the one page...Is there? Try and get some more...

Nick.
At 4:58pm on October 6, 2008, Nick Githuku said…
Wassup Girl!

Sorry! I am back to Nairobi where there's limited access to the net but i at least try to be online for at least two hours a day...apart from the weekends set aside for family and friends....So, sorry for the delay...

Here's the interesting read and the link: www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~wwwir/cpcs/papers/Cambodia%20and%20the%20Liberal%20Peace.pdf

I hope it works but in the event it doesn't let me know then perhaps i could send you the article via email...

Tan=lking of which, ..the prospect of receiving your pix from back home's exciting: send them to my email: nich121@yahoo.com.

By the way, I've not quite read the article but it came up in one of my follow-up Cambodia readings google searches. I hope to do so then we can exchange notes on it...

My best wishes!

Cheers!

Nick.
At 2:35pm on October 3, 2008, Paul Reid said…
Hi Sana-

You commented on my profile wondering if I had a website: paulwreid.com

I'm sure you have some powerful stories from Cambodia. It would be interesting to hear those! And I must say, I really like your name...I live in a city of your namesake...Sana'a, Yemen. :)

grace and salaam-
paul
At 5:58pm on September 25, 2008, Nick Githuku said…
Hey Sana!

Sana come on! You said that someone, at least I, should stay in Cambodia for more than 8 days...you're staying for five!!

It's good to hear from you-actually, i was browsing on some stuffy about liberal peace and ran into something on Cambodia that might interest you...I will be sending it to you soon or the site from which i saw it...

Do you have more photos from your visit? I am sure Cambodia's a country that i will visit again sometime soon in the near future.

Do stay in touch Sana....

Cheers!
At 6:24pm on September 24, 2008, Ravi S. Nayak said…
Dear Sana,

Thank you for the welcome, it is nice to be surrounded by like minded people as well. I too am quite impressed with your work, especially the volunteer work you have down with IRC and World Relief.

Ravi
At 12:20pm on September 24, 2008, Catherine Sabry said…
Bonjour Sana,
Merci de votre message,en fait je travaille toujours en Egypte dans la ville d'Alexandrie.
ca m'interesse beaucoup ce que vous disez, d'utiliser l'art comme un outil pedagogique te sociale.

J' aimerais bien savoir en Plus ce que vous faites.
Bonne journee
Catherine
At 5:57am on September 14, 2008, Waheed Ahmad said…
EASY . DIFFICULT


Easy is to get a place is someone's address book.
Difficult is to get a place in someone's heart.

Easy is to judge the mistakes of others
Difficult is to recognize our own mistakes

Easy is to talk without thinking
Difficult is to refrain the tongue

Easy is to hurt someone who loves us.
Difficult is to heal the wound...

Easy is to forgive others
Difficult is to ask for forgiveness

Easy is to set rules.
Difficult is to follow them...

Easy is to dream every night.
Difficult is to fight for a dream...

Easy is to show victory.
Difficult is to assume defeat with dignity...

Easy is to admire a full moon.
Difficult to see the other side...

Easy is to stumble with a stone.
Difficult is to get up...

Easy is to enjoy life every day.
Difficult to give its real value...

Easy is to promise something to someone.
Difficult is to fulfill that promise...

Easy is to say we love.
Difficult is to show it every day...

Easy is to criticize others.
Difficult is to improve oneself...

Easy is to make mistakes.
Difficult is to learn from them...

Easy is to weep for a lost love.
Difficult is to take care of it so not to lose it.

Easy is to think about improving.
Difficult is to stop thinking it and put it into action...

Easy is to think bad of others
Difficult is to give them the benefit of the doubt...

Easy is to receive
Difficult is to give

Easy to read this
Difficult to follow

Easy is to keep the friendship with words
Difficult is to keep it with meanings.


Would u like to be my Penpal

I am Waheed 33 Male Lawyer , working for human rights in Pakistan

hope to hear from you soon

Waheed
My Messanger id
waheed2010@hotmail.com
waheed2000@yahoo.com
0092-333-4639652
At 8:40am on September 9, 2008, Nick Githuku said…
Dear Sana,

Thanks for your curiosity about my group field study visit to Cambodia...we weren't there for very long...eight days-long...but the Roatry Peace and Conflict Studies Centre, (at) Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok-Thailand required us to write a short (Pp. 1-4 long) reflection that could give you a peep into what i think about the country that found warmed itself into a very special place in my heart. Please find the file attached...kindly let me know whether you are able to view it. In turn, upon reading your profile, i am curious about your organization's-North West Leadership Foundation work...I will be reading up on that but if you'd be kind to give me a brief profile of what you do, i'd really appreciate it....Leadership's very interesting and i've written a little on it and it's available online if you're interested....

Glad to find something/s in common with you...that you dropped me a message Sana....

My best regards and best wishes,

Nick.
At 8:33am on September 9, 2008, Nick Githuku said…
At 9:21pm on September 4, 2008, Jinn Winn Chong said…
Hi,

You can try the Women's Aid Organization Malaysia (http://www.wao.org.my/) or All Women's Action Society (http://www.awam.org.my/en/).

Try also UNICEF Malaysia (http://www.unicef.org/malaysia/).

Best of luck.
At 12:53pm on September 4, 2008, Rajan said…
Sana Jee, ohh tapaee jasto smart ketee sangaa sangat garee raa khaee kuraa siknaa maan chaa.
At 6:06am on September 4, 2008, Priyaranjan said…
it's really good initiation.I think we can do alot not only for south asia but for all people who are directly indirectly victim of conflict.anyway you can mail me for more detail interaction so that we can go further with good project.i will try to send our concept as well.
priyaranjan.dahal@gmail.com Delete Comment

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