This is a great learning opportunity for me. As a young trainer i always feel good to work in communities and help young girls try to figure out their problems. I want to share my personal and community assets .

The first picture is a exercise of experience death. we are  laying on the mud and thinking that what we achieve in our life and what we left behind us. This is a great way to refresh our mind and plan for  coming life that you should do something positive for a impact . 

The second picture is a group photo of our training session "Youth Development". Actually Youth development is a process that prepares a young person to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood and achieve his or her full potential. Actually Youth leadership is part of the youth development process and supports the young person in developing: (a) the ability to analyze his or her own strengths and weaknesses, set personal and vocational goals, and have the self-esteem, confidence, motivation, and abilities to carry them out (including the ability to establish support networks in order to fully participate in community life and effect positive social change)

The 3rd photo of my personal asset that is my skill that i can work in a diverse atmosphere and with people that belong to a different backgrounds.

In the end i will thankx World Pulse for giving me this opportunity so I can now see  my assets which is a great source of strength for me.

Comments

Hello Iram,

Thank you for sharing your Personal Assets Map. Fun to read.  I admire your passion to helping young girls in your community figure out their problems.

Keep up the good work.

Cheers!!!

Bridggyella

 

Bravo sis I like the assets you have shared most especially that with the young people.

Please continue exploiting that asset because giving support to young people is very necessary since they have a lot of challenges and pressures.

Can you please tell me more about the exercise in the first picture. I really love it

Masalien's

Hi Iram,

Thank you for sharing your experiences in support young adults.  The first picture of the youth talking about their life and death is very interesting.  We all need to think about the impact we have on Earth and other people around us.  Hopefully this makes us live more purposefully.  You are realizing your own assets and strengths.

Continue your work in helping young people, especially girls!    

Barbara

Hello Iram!!

How wonderful that you have discovered the assets that you have and bring to the lives of others!  The positive difference that you make.  Your words: "Youth Development". Actually Youth development is a process that prepares a young person to meet the challenges of adolescence and adulthood and achieve his or her full potential. Actually Youth leadership is part of the youth development process and supports the young person in developing: (a) the ability to analyze his or her own strengths and weaknesses, set personal and vocational goals, and have the self-esteem, confidence, motivation, and abilities to carry them out (including the ability to establish support networks in order to fully participate in community life and effect positive social change)

Please realize how very crucial this is!  How important it is not only for the empowerment of girls and women, but for the boys to grow up and honor the equality of women!!

Although I am from the U.S. and often people think there are no hardships here as there are in other countries... it cannot be compared... but I want you to know that had I been able to attend your Youth Development program as a young woman, I would have suffered far less as a victim of sexual assault and domestic violence than I have in my soon to be 64 years!

Keep up this essential good work, you are an asset, and you are making a positive difference for the future of all of us!

Heart felt Thank you!!!!!

 

"I see you"

In peace and solidarity ~ strength

Namaste,

Veronica

Dear Iram,

Thank you for sharing. Your involvement within your community and youth development is inspiring! I look forward to seeing how you share your assets within the World Pulse community. You will inspire us, your peers!

Also, thank you for sharing about the "exercise of experience death" with the group in the photo. I stopped and tried it for a minute myself as I found it to be a positive reflective experience on: who I am today, what has brought me here, and where I hope to go. Thank you for causing me to do this!

Wishing you all the best!

Heather Ley