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Abdiel Kude left a comment for Benson Sandra Oluchi
"Sandra, This is a response from Dan ( and I think to your last enquiry) "This site is all about "networking" and "learning" about the different ways we're all working to help kids through school and into jobs and…"
Sep 24, 2009
Benson Sandra Oluchi left a comment for Abdiel Kude
"Hy Abdiel, pls give me detail of what this site is all about. What do u mean by telling Dan what i do and stuff. Thanks for the connection, see yea"
Sep 24, 2009
Abdiel Kude left a comment for Benson Sandra Oluchi
"Hi Sandra, I'm sure Abj is good. Welcome to T/MC. and please do take time to tell Dan you were invited to join this site so you do not get censored as Dan manages the site to keep spammers off. Also do plese tell of what you do, where you are…"
Sep 19, 2009
Benson Sandra Oluchi is now a member of Tutor/Mentor Connection
Sep 18, 2009

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Hometown:
Abia
About Me:
Sandra is from Abia State, a graduate of Government/Public Administration. I am motivating, caring always seeking to learn, mingle and make friends.
What do you hope to learn, or share, on this forum?
hope to learn about what you do, offer and how it works, and also give in my own quota.

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At 9:50am on September 24, 2009, Abdiel Kude said…
Sandra,

This is a response from Dan ( and I think to your last enquiry) "This site is all about "networking" and "learning" about the different ways we're all working to help kids through school and into jobs and careers. What you do in one program might be a good idea for me or others in another program if we were to learn about it. In addition, this site intends to identify common challenges to operating non profit organizations who depend on charity or government funding to provide their services. We are not equally able to find these resources and thus not all programs can provide the same level of support to their kids.

If we talk about these issues in a forum like this, maybe people can work together to solve some of these problems."

By saying 'what you do and stuff' I actually mean what involvement you have with civil actions/societies (also meaning the work you do with youth and so on. It is a site for those who are involved in mentoring or youth development work from a range of perspectives. Do take time to go over the site to get an understanding of the community. Since attending the National Youth Stakeholders' Forum in Abuja last year, I have posted material now and again to the NYF mailing list (those I think might interest others I met at the convention. If your email address is on that mailing list then that's how you got the invitation to join TM/C.
At 6:39am on September 19, 2009, Abdiel Kude said…
Hi Sandra,

I'm sure Abj is good. Welcome to T/MC. and please do take time to tell Dan you were invited to join this site so you do not get censored as Dan manages the site to keep spammers off. Also do plese tell of what you do, where you are doing it, other partners you might be working with an you may wsh to add photos of your work or events.

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