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Learn and spread the powerful support process that enables resilience in communities, the SALT-CLCP methodology.
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Communities act locally and build a better world
In June, new groups of facilitators were trained in the SALT-CLCP approach in the cities of Annaba, Béjaïa, Oran, and Tamanrasset. In total 71 persons from civil society and the medical sector came together. They applied SALT and CLCP to themselves as they built their dreams for their cities in 15 years from now, when free and equal access to health would really be achieved.
The members of the Women’s Café made one of their dreams come true. On the 20th and the 21st of May, women from Amsterdam performed with music and stories of strong women who were Heroines to them.
“The Cameroon team’s Online SALT Programme is progressing well despite challenges related to national insecurity, poor electricity, and internet. The team members remain enthusiastic and determined,” says coach Autry Haynes.
Ordinary people are achieving extraordinary things
Around the world people take ownership of Corona
From Asia, to Europe, the US, and Africa, we see a wave of people standing up in solidarity. Individuals, families, and groups are taking action adapted to their context and to the resources that are available. They stay safe from the virus and care for each other.
The Constellation handed over the camera and the microphone to such local heroes. In eleven short clips they share their good practices. Those are the raw stories of fear and courage behind the masks.
Watch Behind The Mask stories
Dorcus Beads: Bringing Back Life
A group of women living in Kenya come together to ‘bring back life’ to their community. Creativity, love, and collaboration changes their lives one by one. A story captured by a team of young people of the community.
This short movie is part of a project called Visual Journey where communities go through an explicit process of joint learning from their experience and visually capture their story so that it becomes an inspirational tool for the community and for a worldwide audience.