World Best News in the morning sun!
This morning we handed out the good news from ´World Best News´, which is a campaign from the UN and the Danish Development Organizations to show that our efforts to fulfill the 17 UN Development Goals are working.
Let´s continue our good work to reach the poverty reduction goals.
See how ADDA is contributing to each goal in Facebook
ADDA participates in the World Best News campaign again this year.
This week the World Best News focus is on Goal 1: Eliminate extreme poverty. In Adda we contribute to elimination of extreme poverty through ADDA´s Farmer Field Schools around in the project areas in Vietnam, Cambodia and Tanzania, because the farmers have achieved better yields in their farming. Besides that, the farmers also learn about their legal rights and how to achieve influence through advocacy. Thousands of farmers in ADDA´s project areas in Vietnam, Cambodia and Tanzania have experienced better living conditions, because they attended ADDA´s projects. We are handing out the WBN- campaign newspaper in the morning of Sept. 9. We describe every day in facebook, how ADDA´s contribution to the 17 UN world- goals are.
Visit the World Best News here.
Sinang and Kimleng took the Folk High School students by storm!
...The meeting with Yun Sinang and Ouk Kimleng was something special for the students. The two talented employees performed the part of the workshop, which consisted of a presentation of ADDA methods for building and strengthening of self-help groups, and a role-playing in which participants could play a case study on land rights.
It was especially role-play that caught their attention. They were to play respectively a group of representatives of self-help groups in a rural area, and a group that consisted of officials... read the rest of the article here.
ADDA has received support from CISU (www.cisu.dk) for the implementation of the workshops at the Folk High Schools.
Many attendants at ´ADDA-Cambodia-Night´in Kalø Organic School are listening to Mrs. Yun Sinang, project leader and Mr. Ouk Kimleng, lawyer, with great interest, as they are presenting how they work in ADDA- Cambodia. They came to Denmark as facilitators of ADDAs workshops about Self Help Groups in Danish Folk High Schools in April/May.