RTC Course in London – Dominic requests funds to attend

20 07 2010

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to share with you the Peacebuilding: strengthening organizational policy and practice course which I am looking forward to attend in Birmingham in the United Kingdom.  It is organized by the Responding to Conflict Institution in the UK.

The Peacebuilding: Strengthening Organisational Policy & Practice course would enable me to deepen my understanding of peacebuilding, to explore the relationship between policy and practice in situations of instability, the relationship between conflict and human rights, and to develop policies for appropriate responses in complex political situations.

Friends who have attended this training have found it to significantly improve their capacity to contribute to their work in activism.  I am hoping to attend this course as it will help me and the MYCR organization.

I applied and requested a grant to this course.  I was interviewed via Skype and was selected amongst the many applicants but I was told that the institution does not have available funds to support my application to this course.

However, I am looking for possible support to enable me to attend this course in the UK come November.

Please click to open the UK Letter of Support from the RTC, detailing my application status and the funds necessary for me to attend, and do contact them if you need further information regarding acceptance to the course and charges incurred.

I am confident that the more I am equipped/empowered, the more I can deliver best what is expected of me to the People of Sierra Leone and the world.

My deepest appreciation in advance for supporting




Operational report from April, May and June 2010

15 07 2010

Dominic has just sent out the Operational Report for April-May-June.  (Please click on “April-May-June” to open the report.)  MYCR is doing some amazing work as usual; if you open the PDF you can see descriptions and photos of all activities.  Here is Dominic’s note:

Please share with us your ideas, suggestions and recommendations, as this helps us evaluate our initiative for youth and Children in Sierra Leone.

I am certain most of you know that MYCR Sierra Leone presently operates with funds provided for the Internet café Project.  We are looking for possible connections, donations and kind support in order to continue the HOPE projects and  our investment in the children of Sierra Leone. MYCR Sierra Leone believes that your donation and support of these children is not only charitable but really an investment, because our vision is that by 2030 the children supported today will be graduating from Universities and moving into the world as peacemakers and patriotic citizens.

,,,,,,,the harvest is plenty but the labourals are few,,,,,,, please contribute in making the world a better place.