Making Connections

One of the best parts of my job is getting to hear from people who are putting change into action through their ideas, leadership skills, and open attitude.

And often the skills and ideas they have can also be useful for someone else who is working to improve things in another community. Making connections and matchings people’s questions and answers – fostering dynamic networks – is a vibrant part of the SIA model for change.

Recently I wrote a blog post for Amazon Partnerships, a blog collecting stories and new perspectives on community development, about two such Spirit in Action connections. I invite you to read the full post here.

Coordinators from Malawi, Nigeria, Kenya, & Uganda gathered to discuss SIA programs.

Bringing together SIA Small Business Fund Coordinators from Malawi, Nigeria, Kenya, & Uganda in 2011 resulted in a lot of new connections, and some constructive dialog about how to make our programs better.

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3 Comments on "Making Connections"

  • marsha johnson says

    This networking is so powerful! How wonderful that local folks are able to connect with other local folks sharing expertise in their given field. This is not US and THEM. This is WE!

    My heart is celebrating!

  • Diane Bush says

    Wonderful sharing of the deeper community service and love of SIA. Co-creating bigger ripples of love and service into our world…

  • Caleb J. Injuko says

    Thank you for Unity is power.
    Caleb injuko

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