Thank you for introducing us to the work of Ousainou Jagne and Liz
Rocher. I share your letter with our Minciu Sodas laboratory's
http://www.ms.lt working group on "Learning from each other"
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/learningfromeachother/ led by Pamela
McLean. Ousainou and Liz, I invite you to join us! send a blank message
to email@example.com We'd love to hear
more about your projects. Our lab serves and organizes independent
thinkers around the world.
Our participant Maria Agnese Giraudo is very interested in helping with
local publishing in Africa, especially the publishing of textbooks for
primary and secondary schools. She is currently in Rusinga Island,
Kenya visiting Samwel Kongere and his colleagues. Samwel, thank you for
your wonderful news! and best wishes to Maria Agnese!
markus petz wrote:
>Hi Samwel and Andrius
>I wrote a long email to explain this well. Now I have
>too limited PC time to re write it after it was
>(accidently deleted coz this PC is not set up
>properly). So here are some fragments - perhaps I'll
>expand on it one day (with the proper worked
>examples): but for now use it if you can.
>1. Bookseller useful for getting distrubution
>production aspects sorted
>from Gambia met him when on way back from
>www.eurizons.net a prohject whjere we want to give
>folks in Europe practical things to do to make the
>MDGs (Millenium Development goals) happen.
>2. Cultural awareness in books. We want books to
>reflect our transparent rural valued culture. This is
>something Liz Rocher, has
>discussed with me. It is done q. well in English
>teaching in Pakistan.
>3. Develop books on wiki so that collaborative and
>make sure pics empower in books and human element is
>included. AS genetics book so SCIENCE I read recently
>Note these aspects are covered in UNESCO Courier
>Anthiology of Eastern Cultures I just read esp re
>Thailand and teaching English, but really whole book