congrats dear brother. I am happy for you. When next will you be visiting Nairobi? I am leaving this weekend. stay blessed. it was nice to meeting you in Uganda.
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From: Mark Roest <marklroest@gmail. com
To: holistichelping@ yahoogroups. com
; kayiwa fred <fdkayiwa@yahoo. com
>; Wendy Leonard <Wendy@theihanganepr oject.com
>; Pamela McLean <pam54321@googlemail .com
Sent: Sunday, 30 October 2011 11:57 AM
Subject: Re: [holistichelping] Re: my Graduation
Hello Fred and Wendy,
Fred, do you know Wendy Leonard, MD, AAHIVS, Founder/Director of The Ihangane Project <http://www.theihang aneproject. com
>, in Uganda?
Wendy, Fred is a member of an important multinatio nal support network, Dadamac http://dadamac- collaborators- connect.posterou s.com.
John Dada runs operations in north-central Nigeria, and they do a great deal of valuable, effective work there. Pamela McLean coordinates activities and communications outside Kafanchan province.
You may be able to contribute something to each other's work.
On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 8:35 AM, Pamela McLean <pam54321@googlemail .com
>Welcome back to the online community. I hope you - and others reading this - will be able to join us online for Dadamac Day - First Thursday 3rd November 2011 - http://dadamac- collaborators- connect.posterou s.com/dadamac- day-first- thursday- 3rd-november- 2011
>On 29 October 2011 16:03, kayiwa fred <fdkayiwa@yahoo. com
>>I ahve been so scarce here but i have been so busy with my final sester at University doing my disatation about Effects Of Slums on the Upbringing of Childre.
>>Am happy to Inform you that am done with my Bachelors in social work at Bugema University and i will be graduating tomorrow 30th october
>>then after i promise to be more active to our networks here
>>thanks for all your support and prayers
>>Greetings from Uganda
>>--- On Thu, 9/29/11, Pamela McLean <pamela.mclean@ dadamac.net
>>>From: Pamela McLean <pamela.mclean@ dadamac.net
>>>Subject: You are invited to October 6th First Thursday
>>>To: dadamac-collaborato rs-connect@ posterous. com
, "learningfromeachot her" <learningfromeachoth er@yahoogroups. com
>>>Date: Thursday, September 29, 2011, 1:31 PM
>>>October 6th - You are invited to First Thursday - even if you have never joined us there before.
>>>Time - main session is a bit later than it used to be - 14.00 GMT 15.00 Nigerian and London time, 17.00 East Africa Time, New York
10.00 for approximately one hour (the main session s the time I plan to
be here and will help people to get to know each other and agree topics
>>>For your local time see The World Clock – Time Zone Converter http://www.timeandd ate.com/worldclo ck/converter. html
>>>Joining in - All you need to do is click on the link for First Thursday October 2011 http://etherpad. openstewardship. net/October- First-Thursday
- no need for any logging in. The link is open from now on, so you can go and get familiar with the space beforehand. Full instructions are there.
>>>What happens? If you visit First Thursday September 2011 http://etherpad. openstewardship. net/September- First-Thursday
you can see what happened last time.
>>>By the way - I am still experimenting with etherpads, so I do want to know about any problems that people have. If you do have any difficulty joining First Thursday please send me an email at pamela.mclean@ dadamac.net
so we can explore the problem together later.
>>>I look forward to meeting up with you on October 6th.