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Use this page to introduce yourself to your fellow participants

Dear Friends, You are very welcome to this eL4C43 Online workshop. Brian Sikute and me are your facilitators and WE will help you in developing your page. Enjoy this workshop. If, while introducing yourself on this page or while adding information to your page, you face any problem, please, do not hesitate to ask for help. You can leave a message on Brian Sikute's or my page. You can also contact me through my email. Warm Wishes.--Ramesh Sharma 19:58, 4 September 2010 (UTC)

Ramesh Sharma

Greetings to all of you. I am Dr. Ramesh Sharma, currently working as Director, Distance Education, Institute of Distance and Continuing Education, University of Guyana, Goergetown, Guyana (South America). I am on leave from Indira Gandhi National Open University, India where I was working as Regional Director. I believe that through WikiEducator we can contribute to the OER movement. I look forward to work and learn more through this online workshop. You can contact me through my email With best wishes, Ramesh

Brian Sikute

Hello friends! My name is Brian Sikute and am working with the Commonwealth Youth Programme Regional Centre for Africa as IT Coordinator. I look forward to working with you all during this training. I trust we will share and learn wonderful things from everyone and for those that are new to WikiEducator, welcome to the best collaborative content development platform. Enjoy!, --Brian.sikute 17:48, 3 September 2010 (UTC)
Re: Hello Brian, Good Day. Thanks, nice to meet you again. with best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 19:50, 4 September 2010 (UTC)

Elizabeth Mbeza Simonda

Dear fellow participants, I am Elizabeth Mbeza Simonda working for the International Labour Organization ILO)Women's Entrepreneurship Development and Gender Equality (WEDGE)Programme. I will be one of your fellow participants to the OER Foundation online and face to face Training of Trainers from 6-17 September 2010. I am looking forward to meeting my fellow participants, and our Facilitators for the Training. I hope and trust that we will be able to share our experiences, skills and information in entreprneurship. Elizabeth Mbeza Simonda, 6 September 2010

(Comment.gif: Hi Elizabeth, Well done! You have completed DAY 1 assignment. Please go ahead and add more content to your web page Elizabeth Simonda Best Wishes --Brian.sikute 13:17, 6 September 2010 (UTC))
(Comment.gif: Hello Elizabeth, Greetings. You are welcome. Incidentally in Guyana we have Guyana Agriculture Workers' Union (GAWU). During its inauguration of its college, I had met with one officer from ILO, Dr Ana Teresa Romero (Director - ILO Subregional Office for the Caribbean). Hope you will enjoy your participation in eL4C43 workshop. All the best. --R C Sharma, PhD 16:01, 7 September 2010 (UTC))

Jealous Chirove

Greetings from ILO Lusaka. My name is Jealous Chirove, Senior Technical Advisor for the UN Broad Based Wealth and Job Creation in Zambia. The project supports micro, small and medium enterprises and works with the relevant Government departments, business associations, other UN partners and projects. Its my first time to go through this type of training and I am looking forward to it. I do hope to interact with all of you.
(Comment.gif: Hello Jealous, Greetings. You are most welcome. I am interested in knowing some of the educational programmes you developed supporting micro, small and medium enterprises. All the best, --R C Sharma, PhD 16:05, 7 September 2010 (UTC))

Naomy Lintini

Hello Everybody, my name is Naomy Lintini, I am a Programme Officer with the International Labour Organisation. I am happy to be part of this training and I look forward to learning on line facilitation skills and to interacting with every one.
(Comment.gif: hello Naomy, Greetings. You are most welcome and hope you will find this workshop interesting. --R C Sharma, PhD 16:06, 7 September 2010 (UTC))

Nellie Munala

I am Nellie Munala, just call me Nellie! I work for the Commonwealth Secretariat with lead responsibility to enhance youth participation in govenance and development processes. I am excited to be part of this learning process and believe that the knowledge will facilitate better results in empowering young people. Great day one, to you all.

(Comment.gif: Hello Nellie, Good Day. It is nice to know about your background. I may need some assistance from you as I am also involved in a programme for Volunteers here in Guyana for development process. Do see some details on my page. --R C Sharma, PhD 16:09, 7 September 2010 (UTC))

Susiku Nasinda A.K.A The Motivator!

Hello everyone. My name is Susiku Nasinda. I am an Accountant by profession working for the Commonwealth Secretariate. I'm excited about this training and hope that it will be beneficial to all of us. "Best wishes" ~I Believe in you~

(Comment.gif: Dear Susiku, Greetings. Thanks for joining this workshop and I am sure you will find it really useful to your work. --R C Sharma, PhD 16:10, 7 September 2010 (UTC))

George Mubita

Hello colleagues. I find pleasure to introduce myself to this wonderful team. My names are George Mubita and I work for the International Labour Organization on a programme that promotes decent work and inclusion for persons with disabilities. It is exciting to be part of this open learning forum and I look forward to further my knowledge and skills . Best wishes to all.
(Comment.gif: Hello George, Greetings. Good to know about you. You will be happy to know that in my [institute] we are also developing some programmes and training resources on Special Education Needs. May be we can have some help from you too. With regards, --R C Sharma, PhD 16:12, 7 September 2010 (UTC))

Annie Popopo

Hi everyone, my name is Annie Popopo, I work with the Commonwealth Youth Programme, Regional Centre for Africa as an Information and Programme Support Assistant. It's a pleasure to interact with you all on Wiki network. I know many of you will have so much to contribute and I look forward to that wonderful time of learning and sharing experiences. Cheers!!

(Comment.gif: Dear Annie, Greetings. Good to have you here in this workshop. I am sure this will be an excellent experience for you to sharpen your online skills. --R C Sharma, PhD 16:14, 7 September 2010 (UTC))

Kangwa Tembo

Hi there! My name is Kangwa. I am a project assistant at CYP and i am also a student at the university. Joining the wiki forum has got me looking forward to more interaction here and more learning. I am open to discussions and thats why i'm here. Cheers!!! (Comment.gif: Hello Kangwa, Good Day. You are most welcome to this online workshop and look forward to your contribution. Enjoy the workshop and I am happy that you have added your photo to your profile. All the best, --R C Sharma, PhD 16:17, 7 September 2010 (UTC))

NIcholas Van den Borst

I am an Intermediate teacher at Tawa Intermediate School in Wellington New Zealand. Looking forward to learning about WikiEducator to improve the learning in my classroom.
(Comment.gif: Dear Nicholas, Greetings. You are very welcome to this workshop. Enjoy your participation. --R C Sharma, PhD 13:36, 8 September 2010 (UTC))

Moola Belinda Mangolwa

Hi everybody, My name is Moola Belinda Mangolwa. I am currently working at the Commonwealth Youth Programme as a programmes Intern. I am excited to be part of the training because I take pleasure in expanding my knowledge through learning from other people and consequently sharing my knowledge with others. Looking forward to interacting with all of you
(Comment.gif: hello Moola, Good Day. Nice to know about you. With regards, --R C Sharma, PhD 13:39, 8 September 2010 (UTC))


Hello everybody. My name is Shebbah from ILO. I have keen interest in web-based learning and information sharing platforms. It is great to meet you all. I am looking forward to working and learning with you.
(Comment.gif: Dear Sebbah, Good Day. You are very welcome and I hope what you learn here will be useful to you for your web-based learning platforms. Nice to know about you. Thanks. --R C Sharma, PhD 13:40, 8 September 2010 (UTC))

Munyongo Munkanta-Lumba

Hello my name is Munyongo. I work for the ILO on an enterprise development project. I'm really looking forward to participating in this on-line training as it unchartered territory for me. I'm confident it will be a worthwhile learning experience.
(Comment.gif: Dear Munyongo, Greetings. Thanks for joining this workshop. You are most welcome and I assure you that it will be worthwhile experience for all of us in learning the online skills. All the best. --R C Sharma, PhD 15:58, 9 September 2010 (UTC))

Mukatimui Chabala

Hi all. Great to meet you. My name is Mui and I work at ILO Lusaka Office. I am National Programme Coordinator for a child labour elimination project called TACKLE (Tackling child labour through education). I am happy to be part of this learning programme and look forward to an enriching experience.
(Comment.gif: Hello Mukatimui, Greetings. You are most welcome to this workshop. The project TACKLE seems to be very significant. I wish you all the best. --R C Sharma, PhD 21:30, 10 September 2010 (UTC))