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Network of Health worker for positive thinking in their field
Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), Cleveland, Ohio, USA, as its regular schedule, organized Appreciative Inquiry Certificate program of this year from 19 March, 2007. The first part of the program (training) is over. Nepal Appreciative Inquiry National Network (NAINN) has taken part in the program. The following executives of NAINN have taken part in the program:
I have left Nepal for the journey to Mumbai on 19 November and returned in Nepal on 6th November, in this period I met the leaders of Prawashi Nepali Sangh in Mumbai. I couldn't meet them in one place due to the their job and residence differences. One day I went to the central member of Sang Mr. Damber Rawal in Nala Sopara in his residence and talked about the concept and history of the Appreciative Inquary. He was interested about this new concept so told him to organize a seminar for 3 to 5 days. He kept his economical and time management for the different friends though he has committed to orgnize the seminar. He told that i will discuss to all the leaders of the sangh and will inform about the program. Similary I met Mr. Balkrishna Dhakal Chairperson of Nepali prawashi Sangh of Maharastra - gujrat state in Vasinda , Loknath Pande secretory of the same sangh in Matunga and Deepak Bhattrai in Juhu and others friends in differences. All of them are interested to attend the seminar about AI Philosophy. If they will invite on any program we have to attend it to extend our concept in India. According to my experience we can develop our network in India through different organizations of Nepalese in India. We have to publish some bulletins for the publicity of AI.
A three days training of Appreciative Inquiry (AI) for the teachers of Private Boarding School was held in Chormara (Nawalparasi) on 2nd, 3rd and 4th of Kartik. The programme was organized by Mr. Bhim Lal Adhikari, Principal of Nawalpur Secondary English Boarding School. About 40 teachers of different schools were participated in the programme. The training was facilitated by Parasu Ram Timilsina (General Secretary of NAINN) and Suman Gopal Acharya (Principal of Little Angles Higher Sec. Brd. School, Parasi). The participants responded that they have learnt the new art of living with positive thought through the training.
Paschimanchal Foundation organized a two days workshop on Appreciative Inquiry on September 24-25 in Pokhara. Around 50 teachers from primary to college level have participated the workshop. Apart from this, some teachers from other schools, where AI is being practiced, were also presence there as invitee participants. Dr. Ganapati Ojha, Founder Chairperson of Capital College and Research Center, Kathmandu and Mr, Radha Krishna Lamichhane, Coordinator of Paschimanchal Higher Secondory School facilitated the workshop in a very participatory way. NAINN Member as well as the Chairperson of Kaski Imagine Initiative, Mr. Ram Prasad Gyawali also participated that workshop and contributed his ideas and experiences in relation to the application of AI in education. .
Nepal Redcross Society, Kaski District Chapter organized a one-day seminar, on September 13, 2006 in Pokhara, participated by 40 Head Master of various schools. Besides the regular sessions about Red Cross, an orientation was given about Appreciative Inquiry. NAINN Member Mr. Ram Prasad Gyawali has delivered the session about the importance and use of AI in education sector. Mr. Dola Raj Pandey, Central Member of PABSON, District Education Officer, Surya Prasad Gautam and many other reputed educationists were also presence over there.
25-27 September 2006
27 September 2006
It is our great pleasure to inform you that the third national summit of imagine initiatives of Nepal is successfully concluded on 10 September,2006 in Pokhara. The three day summit made a clear way about how NAINN, Regional Networks and Imagine Initiatives have to move forward in the changed context of Nepal. The participants discussed on the roles of AI people and organizations. The entire nation is eagerly waiting for 'NEW NEPAL' (NAINN's Ultimate Goal, set in the first summit, 2004). The election of Constituent Assembly and new constitution are at the gate. We AI people and organizations have to play a vital role now so that the election and constituent will be able to address the desire, wishes and need of people. We can go to the people in the grassroots, every corner of the country and every individual. We can make the people clear how they can make their nation and future bright being positive. NAINN and Imagine Initiatives can facilitate to make the best constituent. This is what discussed in the summit.
Imagine Bardia formed.
Human Rights Education Radio Listeners’ Club (HRERLIC, Nepal) organized a two day training on “Appreciative Inquiry and Conflict Transformation” at Devichaur, Lalitpur on 9-10 June, 2006. The training was organized focusing the people who are mainly living in the rural areas. There were 45 participants representing local organization. Most of the participants were female, 30. Most of the participants were just literate and they were clarified the importance of ‘Appreciation’. They were also clarified about how the conflict in the family, society and organization can be transformed positively. Philosophy of AI and the importance of family plan were also discussed. The participants were so happy getting a new way to understand the life. On the last day of the training, the participants volunteered to form Imagine Devichaur. They have become ready to bring a wave of positive change in their village. Mr. Parashu Ram Timalsina, General Secretary of Nepal Appreciative Inquiry National Network (NAINN) facilitated the training. Mr. Ramesh Timalsina, National Executive Member of HRERLIC, Nepal, co-facilitated it.
Five day Social audit training through Appreciative Inquiry was held in Tansen. The training was organized by NGO Federation Nepal, district chapter, Palpa in June, 2006. Appreciative Inquiry Theory, philosophy and approach were discussed in the training. During the training, it was discussed on the importance of family plan. The subject, social Audit, is included in AI approach.
One day AI orientation training was held in Tilottama higher Secondary school Dovan Palpa on May 24, 2006. The orientation was for the school teachers. Mr.Ram Bahadur Raut, the facilitator, discussed on art of life and AI philosophy. 20 school teachers participated the program. The teachers have committed to apply their learning in their practical life.
Imagine Youth Nepal (IYN) organized one day Appreciative Inquiry Orientation Program at Tribhubhan University (TU) on May 30,2006. The program was organized for the member of IYN. IYN has been recently established to mobilize the youths to make New Nepal. It has planned to spread its web all over Nepal so that the energy, creativity and imagination of the Youths of Nepal can be utilized for the Nation. IYN will go had in hand with Nepal Appreciative Inquiry National Network (NAINN). Appreciative Inquiry is the guiding & organizational principle of IYN.
Thinking that there is a need of an organization which leads the society to the Positive thinking and the Appreciative Inquiry, we have organized Imagine Youth Nepal here on 22nd May 2006 in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal as a whole Nepal representative body.
History, no matter where it is, is the wealth of people of the whole world. A smallest unit of something can be a big insight in the future. It’s our duty to preserve and protect the identity of human civilization. In this context, Nepal Appreciative Inquiry National Network (NAINN) wants all to recall the destruction took place in Tansen, Palpa on
But there is still hope. The structure is not completely ashed. The people of Tansen are not hopeless, we Nepalese people’s energy is not swallowed by the fire and bullets. We have hope that the Palpa Durbar comes into its original outlook within a very short time. It’s the dream of Palpali and whole Nepalese people. And we are sure that our dream comes true since we have the sympathy from national and international government, organizations, I/NGOs, supporters, people and all the well wishers.
A very good news to all of us is that a Tansen Reconstruction Team, led by
The support, help and contribution to this great endeavor can be in any form.
The Tansen Durbar and the other antiques which were destroyed by Maoist attack on the
The Reconstruction Team will plan and manage to reconstruct the Durbar and its surrounding which covers nearly one hector. The Durbar Compound had the largest gate in
The team has appealed to all the Naitonal and international government, donor agencies, NGOs, INGOs, people and all well-wishers for the support of their moral, physical, financial and any other kinds of help.
The followings are the members in the team:
Ram Bahadur Raut ,Chairperson of NAINN and NGO federation, Palpa district
Basudev Aryal ,Chairperson of civil society Palpa.
Ganesh Khanal, Ex chairperson of Town development committee
Damodar Ghimire ,Chairperson of NAVIN Palpa (National Allince of village
development committee In