How great to hear from you!!!! I will be sure to check out your blog, and please do pass along my warm greetings to our mutual friends in Kigali if you are still there. I know that now, in my new post at QPSW, I'll have a chance to get back there soon....
All the best,
Stephan, good to hear from you. Jul14 I'll still be in the area around Goma (Nyamitaba or Kiwanja, or an IDP camp). We don't come down to Buj/Uvira until July 26 only for part of the day before going to Uvira (Mboko/Ruzizi) the back to Buj and Gitega Aug. 3-13. We're all volunteers, so we only come over for 5-6 weeks then back to our jobs. George
sorry for answering so late... I'm glad you wrote me, I will be in Bujumbura the 14th of July and then travelling back to Baraka. It would be nice if we could meet somewhere and exchange some experiences, I am interested in your programme here and the organisations you work with, as GTZ is going to have an emergency aid project in Uvira too. Maybe your can give me your preliminary programme and I'll see where we could have a meeting.
Yes they have! I am in Buffalo right now working in an adult education program and looking for a way out/ to Africa. I would love to speak at more length with you about your work in Central Africa/ Great Lakes region. I hope to make it to Ohio soon- I was last there in September- but am unsure of when I can. Its great connecting with you here. Do you know anyone in the YS meeting?
My name is Eve and I can just say that I am so excited to meet you through this network! I found you on this network as my research interests coalesce with yours. However, what is even more exciting is that we have more commonalities- I lived in Yellow Springs on and off for four years, attended the Quaker meeting there, and managed Project Woman in Springfield. I do hope that we have a chance to talk more and perhaps meet the next time I come to Ohio.
OB is an idea I am developing. Though I have been training using experiential learning here, OBR does not run courses, and we are still looking for support to put together the infrastructure. meting me wil be meeting OBR- and probably some of of my team mates. see you there!
George, thank you for the introduction and link. I loved AGLI's program. I'll be in Uganda and Rwanda April 15-May 2, and am trying to link with organizations in the region about peacebuilding or capacity building through video, websites, or IT training. I've sent the link to a friend in the region.
You remind me of my brother-in-law - he does AVP programmes in the justice system in Canada, and some work overseas.
I thank God again to have in touch with you, I'm your former student in Nairobi, I'm Pastor Samuel Muderhwa, from Bukavu D.R.Congo, I mentioned to you about the small organization my wife and I, we created in our region and we discussed about some business, I hope you still remember me, because you have my photo.
what I would want to say, is to thank you, because the organization still growing the foundation of Mediation Judy and you gave us, is helping people in my region. our Organization called Peace and Conflict resolution, we were already done more events in peace building, please for furthermore you may ask dear STEVE FRYBURG from Dayton international Peace Museum, they are our partner event our program posted in they website www.globalpeacepartner.org
I sent email to the email you left to me but you did not responded.
and and I will be happy if you may ask furthermore about how we are doing.
Pastor David Bucura from Kigali knows me, I think you remember it him who presented me to you, because I was worked with they church when I was living in Kigali Rwanda.
Hi George, how nice of you to remember! Sounds like you are doing great work in Ohio and abroad. Do you know Tumaini Minja. He is at: firstname.lastname@example.org and he does great work there for legal rights and ADR. If you don't know him I recommend him to you.
Wishing you the best,
Uganda is such a beautiful country only that the northern part was badly devasted by the war that it is a contrast of the southern part but since the relative peace since april this year, its also picking it self up.
The people are optimistic you know and am sure u would love the northern part more if you had a chance to cross there.
I hope to check you blog
Thanks for your massage .It is really nice see your professional experiences in African country. I have seen your site it was very interesting .Hope I will learn something with you.
See you on next mail.
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