The Networking AIDS Community of South Africa contracted Development Works in August 2009 to evaluate its 3-Tier Model.
The Networking AIDS Community of South Africa (NACOSA) seeks to contribute to reducing the impact of HIV and AIDS and TB through the implementation of a 3-Tier Model, which comprises of the following aspects:
The Development Works evaluation team conducted interviews with and observations of 24 organisations to assess the level of organisational development and management capacity-building that had been facilitated.
I found these pictures of my adorable cousin and I in my old photo stash when we were around one years old, I think. Sooo cute! lol. I adore that we’re booth sitting in one rocking chair, and that you *know* somebody was telling us to give kisses - and how cute is my barrette?!
I used all American Crafts goodies on this page, for the October DT gallery. Chap + Amy Tangerine = my new obsession!
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Teens read Pirate stories to kids and did crafts with them @ Lindenhurst Memorial Library (NY) on 7/26/11.
I made this page for the October American Crafts gallery: everything is AC, except for the vintage doily, from my thrifted stash of them. This was made using the new ‘Chap’ line (love it!). the story behind this picture is soo funny: I was pulling my sister around all day in this trolley, and finally, *I* wanted a turn, but I was just too big for her to pull, and it was kind of just her running on the spot, all mad that this was *definitely* not as fun as riding in it…lol. :) Ah, the memories…
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A good Victorian solid oak sideboard/dresser in the Arts & Crafts manner.
Made of solid oak, the shaped top sits over a rectangular bevelled mirror with shelf and flanked by carved pillars above a rectangular top with a pair of bow front carved frieze drawers and fielded panels doors beneatht. Each of the drawers has the original handles and backplates. Oak lined and dovetail jointed. Finished on bracket feet, the item dismantles into 2 pieces for ease of movement and transport.
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The Crafts Museum in New Delhi is home to over 20,000 artifacts ranging from paintings to old sculptures, textiles to tribal and folk arts, and innumerable other objects of interest. Included in the exhibits are ancient buildings transported from Rajasthan and Gujarat states, authentic ancient chariots and other vehicles.
one of the gold leaf relief panels that adorn Edward L. Larkin’s stone, buff brick and terra cotta Printing Crafts Building facade • trademark of Venetian printer Aldus Pius Manutius (1449/1450-1515) • invented italic type, modern use of semicolon and inexpensive small-format books much like modern paperbacks • dolphin twisted around anchor said to be symbolic of proverb, “Hasten slowly.” • anchor represents stability, dolphin, swiftness