I just wanted to let you know that I have emailed everyone with a newsletter so I hope you receive it OK . EnonAlex and I will be discussing very soon how to mov eforward and incorporate all the ideas thta have been flowing in to the website...... so see you soon .
found a very comprehensive report. But the file is very heavy and am not able to attach. Am sending the link from where this can be downloaded...
Its 140 page report.. and also consist of findings from primary research... done in Sierra Leone.
Sorry... this does not have the attachment. can be accessed from the link that I have sent in the next message!!
various stakeholder.. can give us clue, as to which all organisation can come forward for help.
Have read the action plan. needed some clarification which can be best explained by you. Have put my queries in red. Wanted to know more about the people out there and more about the viallage adyaka. Would be be possible for you to post few more pictures. have been reading lot of stuff on the net these days. wanted to know if the situations at Adyaka is similar to THose prevailing in Mozambique.. or Sierra Leone?? Lot of rehabilitation work has taken place in these two countries. can very well get examples from these two countries....
Have a holiday tomorrow also, so you can expect more postings from me..
Have a nice day
the next one
next in the series
This one would be relevant for us.. very detailed and informative
I would like to geately thank u 4 the effort u are puting in the search for solution to the prob in adyaka.However i am refering u to the draft proposal which is attached in the dicussiopn board by richard priestly and i hope u will be able to grasp the background,resources available,transport and communication is well thought.
Concerning the chat i and richard will schdule it soon to ease sharing of ideas on the resarch madeand we shall inform the neighbours accordingly.
Wishing u nice straggle for the future of our communities.
Am enclosing one more study. though this one is more relevant for urban youth.
I needed information on resources and demographics of Adyaka to customize my search.
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