Iwould like to take this opportunity to thank all the neighbours for the effort you are putting bfor the sarch of good results in adyaka,relly u deserve a token of appreciation and new entrants are still welcomed.
I will share with u a brilliant idea soon
wishing u the best
Enon Alex[local representative- adyaka]
First of all, I would like to thank Alex and Richard for giving me an opportunity to be a part of this village.
To begin with, i had some queries and doubts.I have understood the issue facing Adyaka broadly and our immediate objective is to rehabilitate the youths,gone astray after the civil war in Uganda.
Our current job would be to find examples across the world of similar situation. Hence, all the neighbours are required to search this on the internet.But my worry is that the problems and issues would be specific to Adyaka.In order to undertand the issue better it would be great if we get to know the context and issues in a more detailed manner. This would help us to get relevant material. Otherwise, we might get host of matter but this could be of lottle use to us.
It would also be interesting to know, how the materials collected by us are put in use.
I have also seen that a lot of time when I am online, none of my neighbours are online. It would be really nice, if all of us get to meet atleast once in 10 days or 15 days. All the members can be informed in advance and then we can have an interactive session wherein all of us get to discuss the progress of the project.
Is it possible for new members to access the old newsletter. Sorry if I have been asking too many questions, but since I am
new to it and still not familiar with the operations, i think i would be forgiven.
Many of the children, may not forget the war ravaged devastations and terors from their mind. so those children are to be taught positive life skills to prosper in life. They are to be taught vocational education best suited to the local market, the thing that has local marketability . if many children settled in a dermitory , then extra-curucular activities like song, game and other activities initiated among themselves to boost their ego and good nurturance further.
The basic need food, shelter , clothes, then secondary needs recognition in socity, should be taken into accout while working for the children.
Even the children are to be asked first, and made clear about any action taken for their benefit...Thanks ,..pankaj.
I just wanted to introduce myself. I'm very impressed with the Nabuur infrastructure set up to address needs across the globe and look forward to working with you all.
Richard, I think its a great idea to form small groups to focus on specific areas. It would also be helpful to understand how the research conducted in this forum is directly applied and the context within which we are working.
Richa, love the idea of setting a bi-monthly chat session. To accomadate the varying time zones, I suggest setting up 2 chat times per meeting to allow neighbors to attend the most convenient one.
Warm greetings from India. I work among special need children, HIV/AIDS after care and support, terminally ill patients. I expertise in vocational training and rehabilitation.
Please let me know the present status of the project, it would be really nice to be a part of the group.
Looking forward to hear soon.
Welcome to the village Anand.
Thank you very much, greetings to everyone in this village.
To start with the rehabilitation work, can you please let me know more about the work and whats presently happening.
It would help me have an idea as well the other members.
I would like to have the information:
1. how many of them are in need of rehabilitaion
2. how many are girls and boys
3. education qulalification
To start with this and then we would gradually move ahead. Its really important to understand the need of time and what is the area of development we need to focus on.
Looking forward for the support.
Blessings and Love
hey Fedricak how are you doing? I was not online for quite a long time, due to my shoulder neck injury.... I am still in much pain.
Looking forward to hear from you soon.
Richard has posted an action plan which details the objectives and the entire plan- though these are very broad based right now. I don't think we are moving ahead with any particular numbers in our mind. I think this would be a continuous process. Wouldn't it be Richard??
I really feel that your first hand experience with rehabilitating the children would be extremely helpful. But my worry is that the entire thing should be planned keeping the contextual framework intact. I might sound far fetched right now, as we still have not reached that stage. Right now we are supposed to collect similar examples from the internet which would us devise our own plan.
I have been able to find some relevant programmes. Will attach them in few hours.
Alex, is there any way I can get to know about Adyaka. the background, the resources available, educational qualification .. basically information related to the demographics. what about the closest district.. how far is it. is it easily accessible, the connectivity, transportation and communication facility??
Anand, tell us about some relevant experience.. Don't you think, Alex information would help us fine tune the entire action plan. As of now, its very broad based and we would need to focus on some key things to start with.
Will attach the other studies soon.
[url=http://www.tapori.org]FOURTH WORLD and TAPORI[/url]
Plan to report back by end of May.
Am attaching some of the similar studies.
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