Tu Zhuanjia: Rural Experts is an organization dedicated to improve their community and help others grow by addressing issues within the community and accumulating a network of leaders to solve them.
Ø 3 revisions
The draft will be released in the summer issue of the China Development Brief after 3 revisions. The article intends to elaborate on the 50 percent of U.S. non-profit organizations providing services for societies that are lacking funds. Most of them are small scale with low operating costs .They hardly have any full-time employees. In the process of providing service, they cultivate talents and promote social development and innovation.
Ø Participated in a NGO financing training in Chongqing
The training was hosted by Liang Jiang Volunteers Service Center. The trainer was from Britain Overseas Volunteers Association. In the meeting we distributed 15 sets of books and brochures about Transparent Fish. We also exchanged business cards with different NGOs so that we could further communicate. We planned to hold a reading party for NGOs in Chongqing.
Ø Have done some research about Ms. Zhou’s cases.
I had downloaded more than 10 reports from domestic media to learn about some of her experiences and thoughts as a volunteer. Ms. Zhou was a local expert. She had gained a large amount of experience in her work. She was more popular with rural communities than experts who had received professional knowledge.
She had done more than healing patients’ mental disease. She focused on the needs of women, children and families in towns. These articles from local experts could cause NGOs to reconsider their ideas and plans again.
Ø Have accomplished the second revision on the translation of “Practical Guide for the Volunteer Organization Council”
Original article written by Jianhua Su, translated by Shishi Ma, and edited by US interns Lauren Kam and Ally Nguyen.
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