September 16, 2012
I worked with GHA staff in Democratic Republic of Congo in 2007 to run a training on AIDs prevention for members of the Presbyterian Church. The church members, mostly laity and some pastors, impressed me deeply with their spirit and commitment. I was also impressed with the trust that GHA has earned over the years so that the Church invited them to give this training. GHA has similar networks in many countries, where people know the value of the participatory training method GHA uses with such skill and heart. Right after the earthquake in Haiti, where GHA has long and deep involvement, friends were kept informed of the safety and health of the local staff - not only of the expats who work there. This is another sign to me of GHA's commitment and connection to the people of the countries it works in.
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