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... I have grown up with the notion that I can make change even if I am younger, less/more experienced or a woman. In Holland the ability to give feed-back and to request change was also drilled into my head, so being here and while giving this workshop I realized I was working from an ethnocentric point of view.
I started the workshop with asking the physiotherapists to brainstorm what they think are important qualities for patient and therapist ...
... of patients, but somehow here in Cameroon, I
am able to take them on more lightly, as you have more freedom to work and try
things out with patients. Expectations are a bit lower, and you can just try things
Sister Leonarda, the matron, at ARCH (Associated Rehabilitation Center for the
Handicapped) organized a five day workshop over 4 weeks for the workers of
ARCH. It’s about motivation and self-improvement for the ...
... Leonarda proposed that in the future I could give simple computer lessons to some of the colleagues and workers so that the administration process can be computerized. ARCH already owns these computers, they were donated, but they have not been set up yet. They also will/have received the necessary programs for computer administration. My part will to teach how use a computer. It will be very basic, so that they will ...
... we head back in one hell of a ride. Four of us white girls step into a taxi, we said 800F per person to go back to Buea ($1.2), but soon we get into a discussion because the driver wants 900, he thinks the white people will pay more. Back and forth: 800! 900! 800 or we are getting out now! We are trying to, but it doesn’t work and finally he says: fine 800. We get through the first hurdle. Net up halfway a police ID check. We hand over our passports, the police officer ...
... on the concrete floor of the hut.
22nd February The 2 dayers were up at 3.30am for a 4am start to the summit, under head-torch light. The 3 dayers were to set off at 5am. Again it was very steep upto hut 3, after which it became easier. I reached the summit at 8am, had a celebration can of Heineken, took a few photos, and left at 8.08am - the wind on the top was howling, ...
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