Celebrating Mothers

Posted May 15, 2008 from United States
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HHI provides a simple, low-tech and replicable training program for women to better the lives, health and development of their own children, or the children in their care. HHI's program supports caregivers to improve their ability to nurture a child's language, social, cognitive and physical skills. Most importantly, HHI's specialized training program enhances attachment and bonding of infants to caregivers, which establishes the base for all future relationships.

In April HHI Trainer, Sujatha, went on a one-woman-power-tour of training. She went village to village leading HHI Trainings to 108 mothers, pregnant mothers-to-be and grandmothers. Women flocked to the trainings, bringing their babies and children to be a part of the learning and sharing.

I couldn't imagine a more appropriate way to honor the American holiday of Mother's Day!

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  • Jennifer Ruwart
    May 16, 2008
    May 16, 2008

    I could not agree more! I love this photo. I wish I was in it with Jonah on my lap. It is so beautiful.

    Will you join me on Celebrating Mothers Worldwide. (http://beta.pulsewire.net/groups/1877) I started this group to honor my mother for Mother's Day. But it is really meant for Mothers everywhere!

    I connected with Michael after reading your post about being able to translate Hands to Hearts massage video. What a spicy, interesting and clearly compassionate man. He is going to join PulseWire! I'll let you know when subdot is a member so you can join me in friending him. :-)

    THANK YOU for sharing your work with us.

    All my best, Jennifer

    Jennifer Ruwart, Chief Operating Officer, World Pulse (Although I am part of the World Pulse team, the opinions I express on PulseWire are my own.)

  • handstohearts
    May 16, 2008
    May 16, 2008

    Hi Jennifer -

    so glad you connected with Michael! dotSUB is a tremendous and powerful resource!

    i joined your celebrating mother's group and look forward to being a part of the conversation.

    keep up the great work!

    Laura Peterson