sone henry kwene commented Sun, Sep 13, 2015 at 08:46PM UTC
Rural Development Foundation
Creating adaptive policies always turn out to be a culture; committing the community to plant a tree each for a birth certificate during a special moment of a new born baby may be the best period to create awareness on malaria, tuberculosis and HIV.Just give out tracks to 10 people from each 20 families.If every week 200persons are sensitize, one month 800 people will be aware of these illnesses.Even in enclave areas your tracks will be floating.This is communication and information sharing
sone henry kwene commented Sun, Sep 13, 2015 at 08:30PM UTC
I admire my profound experience in management and project development. My concern of reaching out to communities to give hope to rural marginalized strengthen me to further lobby for passion donors to change lives of the “have-not” population that has been left behind facing a whole series of adverse social, economic, political and environmental stresses that keep them in permanent worries about whether they can put enough food on the table.They face hunger season each year, the socioeconomic and health effects are catastrophic. Because of lack of access to input, knowledge marginalization and markets, they are forced to repel on improper farming skills, inefficient labour, intensive and destructive land use techniques that yield little benefits. They resort to forest Burning destroying ecosystem and biodiversity.
Sam Frank founded Synthesis Partnership to advise non-profit organizations in strategy, planning and organizational development. The largest share of his practice is devoted strategic planning, but he also works with clients on board governance, change management, facility, program and business planning, and training.
In 2009 he co-founded Nonprofit Webinars and... (continued)