[OLPC-Philippines] Kindling Discoveries: An Open Talk with Bryan Berry of OLE Nepal on Community

Carlos Nazareno object404 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 21 03:37:27 EDT 2009

Hey Ryan. It would be great if you could re-broadcast this invitation
as a message to all the members of the One Laptop Per Child
Philippines Facebook group, and not just post it in the news or
comments section. I think there's a way to do that on Facebook.

There are so much more people in the Philippines who are interested in
OLPC for Ph, they just don't know that it exists.

On 7/21/09, Ryan Letada <rletada at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> As part of our ongoing effort to learn best practices, and develop our
> community capacity, eKindling will be sponsoring a series of open talks on
> themes pertaining to project deployment and content development. By learning
> from the wealth of experience of other organizations throughout the globe,
> we will be positioned to deploy programs and develop relevant content for
> the benefit of children across the Philippines.
> The first talk of the series will focus on *Bryan Berry's* experience with
> OLE Nepal and his views on the *role of communities*. Bryan Berry is
> currently the *Technology Director of OLE Nepal*, and was a volunteer
> community organizer at One Laptop Per Child. To date, OLE Nepal has deployed
> nearly 1800 laptops in 26 schools in 6 districts across Nepal.
> Join our conversation this *Friday, July 24 at 11am (Manila Time)*. Learn
> how you can help XO deployments and content development in the Philippines
> as community members.
> Location: IRC Chat room: #olenepal
> Hope to see you all soon,
> Ryan Letada
> eKindling
> PS. Follow us on twitter: www.twitter.com/ekindling

carlos nazareno
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