Ingredients of a sustainable local response Collective learning inspired by GLF 2018

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1. Individual engagement

1.1. Authentic expression of the "I"

1.1.1. "L pour Liberté d'être soi-même" - "L for Liberty to be ourself" Main lesson : "Putting the individu at the heart of the mouvement of the community, is the first step toward an individual ownership of the issue that will create a shared leadership and that will insure the sustainability of the engagement of the community around it's vision/dream"- khorchi laurie's Page

1.2. Consciousness of our indvidual purpose stimulate ownership and commitment

1.2.1. “All of us work from the heart, realises Jolanda Kirpensteijn. Some of us have funding, but if we do not, we still do it. It is amazing that everyone of us is so inspired.” jolanda kirpensteijn's Page

1.2.2. “Papua has known many programmes to deal with AIDS. They came and went. The one that stayed with us is SALT, because it made us understand what we could do on our own. We don’t need donors to continue our path. If our purpose is our dream, we can continue.” Sonny from Papua

1.2.3. “There are sustainable actions in every community we visited. In every community people are doing what matters for them, what they think is right and important, they took ownership of that.” - Autry Haynes's Page

1.3. Appreciation and use of individual strength/talents

2. A sence of belonging

2.1. What is driving Incompetence ? ‘We are SALTy not because you pay us’

2.1.1. Main lesson : "One has to get in touch to people’s deeper sources of knowing -- mind, heart, and will. Local responses are engendered by the quality of connection and consciousness people bring into work and team building processes. - Sohail Bawani"

3. A shared vision

3.1. Shared values

3.2. Individual dreams nurture the collective vision

3.3. The collective vision nurture the individual dream

4. A learning mindset

4.1. The culture of time

4.1.1. SALT Take the Time to Learn Appreciate and Adapt To Sustain your engagement

4.1.2. "One milion writters : It's all about patience!" - By Laurie Khorchi

4.2. Transfer to others

4.2.1. New generations

4.2.2. Communities "Stimulating and Responding to Invitations as a way towards Sustainability for Local Response" Main lesson: "The practice of stimulating local response through invitations; - genuinely and through a healthy process also ignites a passion for momentum around every person; and with time this becomes a way of living hence sustainability of a local response and also local support teams. " - Meble Birengo Marlou de Rouw went to Maluku for a SALT training. She was in for a surprise. “The translator wanted to understand SALT & CLCP before going to the community. As I was explaining it to her, she stopped me and said laughing: "This is the UNFPA SALT approach!” We can say that transfer is also a way to ensure sustainability." Marlou's Page Wiwin emphasises the importance of the connection and staying in touch with each other. “We keep contact with people we worked with. They are resources persons. We continue to stay inspired and to inspire to stimulate the implementation of SALT. They are connectors. They in turn transfer SALT.” Below, Wiwin and Dewi with Sonny who travelled from Papua.

4.3. Connexions to other communities

5. A culture of appreciation and non-judgment

5.1. To create a safe space

5.1.1. "Programs pass; SALT stays!" - Jean-Louis Lamboray Main Lesson: "Hundreds of thousands of local communities, of associations and even of corporations live according to this worldview. They all live in harmony because they have care at the center. Care for oneself, care for others, care for the nature to which we all belong." - Jean-Louis Lamboray

5.1.2. What is driving Incompetence ? ‘We are SALTy not because you pay us’ "A culture of compassion, sharing, support, and appreciation is to be created. It is not cultivate just by preaching. It is perhaps cultivated through accepting people as they are and what they can contribute. One has to allow people to grow and blossom as flowers do." - Sohail Bawani

5.2. To unable authentic human connexion

5.2.1. Connexion to others “Authentic human connection is what sustains local response. To me, sustainability is about how strong your social capital is, how good your relationship with other people is. Deep connections are formed when we relate to each other as whole people─accepting vulnerabilities and weaknesses along with strengths. We all make mistakes, but what makes a difference is the ability to laugh at our mistakes and move forward. Another thing. How do we relate to nature? Why do we with GLFs in surroundings like this? Connection with nature is important for sustainability, because nature pulls us together.” Connexion to nature

5.2.2. Connexion to self “I was trained in 2008 in UNFPA. From the experience of the field applying SALT, we transferred that to our own life, and not only when we were working with communities. SALT approach shifted our way of working together. From robot doing tasks we became more mindful of our way of behaving with each other. We developed more listening and understanding. We became more human. SALT helped us to reconnect with our humanity.” - Widath

5.3. To make the best use of ressources available

5.3.1. "You have gifts that I don't have. I have gifts that you don't have" Archbishop Tutu about Ubuntu

6. An organisation in support to the vision -

6.1. A clear collective identity in service of the vision

6.1.1. Who are we?

6.2. A shared leadership

7. Economical purpose

7.1. “If we get financial support, it will kill the Forum! “The first and paramount quality of the Forum members must be their commitment to care for and support HIV+ women.” - Yulia, representative of the Community Forum

7.1.1. "Sustainability of Local Responses and support organisations: Looking below the surface" - Luc Barriere Constantin

7.2. "The ownership of raising funds for it should have belonged to the people" - Kees Lafeber

7.2.1. Main lesson: "Their local response died down because I was coming in with solutions. I realised my mistake. The decision to buy an extruder, and the ownership of raising funds for it should have belonged to the people, not me.” - Kees Lafeber's Page

8. Adapted CLCP to embed this learnings

9. Actions