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At 1:24am on November 11, 2011, Gene Peuse said…

Thank you for the information. 

 

At 11:16am on October 2, 2011, Hhhhrge ettegegeg said…
Good idea but how do we come about it?
At 1:41pm on October 1, 2011, Amstrong Chapajong said…
Thank you Mr Richard. I will keep in touch with Jude and see how we can work together.
At 1:39pm on October 1, 2011, Amstrong Chapajong said…
Thank you Mr Richard. I will keep in touch with with Jude and see how we can work together.
At 5:23am on September 19, 2011, Sanco T Lysander said…
Hey Rich, how is it going? Did not hear much from you on the proposed workshop in Liberia.
At 10:55am on August 18, 2011, Sanco T Lysander said…

Great to hear from you on this! Hope to be in the middle of it all. Keep me posted on what needs to be done.

 

At 10:45am on August 18, 2011, Sanco T Lysander said…
Great to hear that Rich! I would love to be in the middle of it all. Please keep me posted on the detail and how it is going to be done.
At 2:37am on August 18, 2011, Leonard Labouschagne said…
Dear Richard. There is in our city Livingstone, one of Zambia's historical best schools- Hillcrest Technical High School- very suitable for a Social Networking project like "I am Africa. This is my story". They have broadband Internet infrastructure and would benefit from this project. The school is famous for producing some of Zambia's high class leader such former vice President, Nevers Mumba, once aNational telecast Evangelist trained by Reinhard Bonkey! I would be delighted to help setup the program in any way you wish.
At 2:29am on August 18, 2011, Leonard Labouschagne said…

Hi Richard- I am enjoying being part of "T am Africa. This is my story" project. I have been studying the whole system to better deploy it in my life and community work!

 

I trust you are well!

At 5:36pm on August 11, 2011, Yaw Busia said…
Thanks, Richard - I see what you mean that the 'child bride' story might be seen as a gender rather than youth issue ... Coincidentally, I came across an encouraging story from Ghana that I'd like to share with the group.  (It's a story of a young girl who took matters into her own hands when faced with an early marriage).
At 5:36pm on August 11, 2011, Yaw Busia said…
Thanks, Richard - I see what you mean that the 'child bride' story might be seen as a gender rather than youth issue ... Coincidentally, I came across an encouraging story from Ghana that I'd like to share with the group.  (It's a story of a young girl who took matters into her own hands when faced with an early marriage).
At 12:45am on August 5, 2011, Lisa Hopkins said…
thank you Richard
At 3:08pm on July 31, 2011, Mildred Odongo said…
We are trying to get better. We want to empower us to leave our past behind and focus on the future,but all these are dreams that are proving unattainable. I hope we learn from the past........ 2012 is here...... the political alignments have began. What next for Kenya other than hope? The first step to heal our wounded soul is by solving all the past injustices.
At 1:22pm on July 30, 2011, Bob Zenhausern said…
Will be on the lookout for you on skype.  I sent a contact request.
At 11:45am on July 30, 2011, Bob Zenhausern said…

I direct the Enabling Support Foundation, a 501c(3) non-profit with a mission to provide online support to persons with disabilities and education.

 

Can we help?

At 2:52am on July 24, 2011, Lucia Quachey said…
We see how we go about it, let's keep trying, we may come across some funding source to build on what's you have started.
At 8:28am on July 23, 2011, Kamal said…

Access to Culture, Knowledge and to Economic opportunities for all is a right. I do believe that we I can assist in the setup of your Community Learning Centers in Africa. I covered many aspects of knwledge and skills acquisitions in difficult areas in France, Spain, Italy, Uk and USA. Access to knowledge is a global issue. Even some high debit connected people with IPad 2 in Europe and USA are still out of the right content to change their lives and the lives of those who are really in need. Your community Center are key first as a community space for sharing knowledge and learning the fundamentals of sharing and accepting the other. Please send me any material on te project and I will be delighted to work that from my office in Spain (kamals@gmail.com). Good luck. 

 

At 6:11am on July 23, 2011, Taha Sharif said…

Thanks Richard,

I'd definitely look for Jacob Atem's story form south Sudan.

I'm very much interested in Cyber Youth Day and please send me more details.

Thanks once again!.

Taha,

At 6:10am on July 23, 2011, Taha Sharif said…

Thanks Richard,

I'd definitely look for Jacob Atem's story form south Sudan.

I'm very much interested in Cyber Youth Day and please send me more details.

Thanks once again!.

Taha,

At 6:07pm on July 22, 2011, Kamal said…

Thanks for your comment. I do believe that good and touchy stories can be even narrated by a 6 years child. The age is not a reference. Worst it can be some time a hindrance. This space is as good as the quality of its content and I do believe that like the Middle East, Africa, need innovative and organized voices, people able to build ideas and manage initiative, but most of all, people able to connect with the right partners worldwide to make things happen and delivering results that endure and make Africa a better place to live in. We have all Africa in our heart.

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