Wednesday, October 13, 2010


Today was awesome.  It was day two of for the training for a large NGO here in Kyrgyzstan that works with several thousand youth at risk.  In addition we have had three faculty members in training from the University we work with in Bishkek.  Today was about child abuse and neglect.  They were a captive audience and many different ideas were discussed about services to children and families.  Dr. Eileen Lally, from Alaska is here and co-trained with me today.  In addition, the best of all happened - we had several of the participants identify that they want TO BECOME TRAINERS AND TRAIN OTHER PROFESSIONALS IN KYRGYZSTAN.
Tonight, Lynn heads for the airport to pick up two more guests - a medical doctor from Alaska, who is a pediatrician and an expert in developmental disabilities and the hospital chief nurse.  What will they do?  Work with parents, doctors and our projects where there are many different individuals with disabilities.  Each person, each sponsor makes a huge difference.  Stay with us - and believe.
Can you dream with me? -  A KYRGYZSTAN WITHOUT ORPHANS.   I can dream and believe.  Join me.
"If you go looking for a friend, you're going to find they're very scarce. If you go out to be a friend, you'll find them everywhere."  Zig Zigler

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