Gift(s) In Knowledge Transfer … Relief versus Self-Sustainability

Dan & amp; Kids In Jatapara As Parents Learned Development
Dan &Kids In Jatapara As Parents Learned Development

Gift(s) in knowledge transfer and embracement can truly be one of the best gifts given and received. GHNI is committed to GIVING!

November, I(Dan) was able to be a part of a team that used a skit to illustrate Self-Sustainability versus Relief/hand-outs. We call it “The Bridge Illustration”, and it is an integral part of our sessions taught. NOT REALLY ABOUT crossing a river per se, this skit does however communicate how individuals can help each other and “own” decisions for themselves as well as others in their indigenous settings in villages.

Profound in its simple yet not simplistic content and communication, this is one of many ways GHNI helps leaders in villages own and embrace sustainability Transformation Community Development(TCD). Enjoy these excellent short clips … and please excuse the “selfie” filming them! 🙂

Please view the following 3 settings of this skit, and note:

CLICK * 1st is Sushil Marandi using a simple table-top to begin the process of teaching our TCD India trainers – Babujan & Manu

CLICK * 2nd is Babujan and Manu only a few minutes later, practicing what they had just learned via the table-top session

CLICK * 3rd is Babujan and Manu maybe an hour later, teaching in excellent fashion, villagers who had gathered on the street

One thought on “Gift(s) In Knowledge Transfer … Relief versus Self-Sustainability

  1. Mary McKeever

    Going to read this on my own computer. In Phil. right now with long-time friends (who first introduced me to Africa in ’92.) Have a blessed Christmas! Mary   Kindness: Martin Luther King Quote Everybody can be great… because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.

    >________________________________ > From: ghnidaniel >To: marywda@frontier.com >Sent: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 1:11 AM >Subject: [New post] Gift(s) In Knowledge Transfer … Development versus Self-Sustainability > > > > WordPress.com >GHNI daniel emig posted: ” Gift(s) in knowledge transfer and embracement can truly be one of the best gifts given and received. GHNI is committed to GIVING! November, I(Dan) was able to be a part of a team that used a skit to illustrate Self-Sustainability versus Relief/hand” >

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