Deaf children, agricultural gene-banks and rural mother-and-child health

That’s just a limited choice of the very different issues that my training participants on Wednesday were concerned with. So they drew maps about real and potential cases in developed and developing countries, from the international to the local level. As always, alas, time went too quickly and I wasn’t able to take everything in, that happened. Especially with the online-participants, who sat in their own offices all over the world, following my directions in drawing their maps… at least that’s what it sounded like. I hope that some of them will still be able to send me pictures and a discussion of what they drew and how it worked.

I have recorded the workshop and promised to upload the whole thing, slides and web-cam and voice. But it needs to be cut and straightened first and as these things always take time, I’ll make the slides (876K) available right now, for those of you who don’t want to wait.

And, given the interest was much bigger than the places available, I’ll look into organizing the next training as soon as possible.

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