Alexander D. Nayve
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At 23:38 on November 17, 2010, Beryl Cheal said…
Will do - Do you still have the same gmail address? It might be easier to send the manual and attachments through regular email -
At 19:02 on November 17, 2010, Beryl Cheal said…
Hi Alex - Hope you're doing well...Would you be interested in reviewing the nearly complete manual - Schools Help Children Heal After Disaster, A total Child Approach to Recovery? It's grown and improved since you saw it in Jan. Let me know.
At 1:19 on February 24, 2010, emmerando martin p. cruz said…
just send me a message if you'll be having talk here in manila. nice to hear from you. god bless
At 23:19 on February 22, 2010, Alexander D. Nayve said…
You may contact Candy on her mobile number 639204013026.
At 1:37 on February 22, 2010, Paul Aitken said…
Hi again Alexander - I am having trouble finding Candelaria's contact details do you have an email address for her?
At 0:09 on February 11, 2010, Paul Aitken said…
Thanks very much for that contact Alexander. I'll follow up with Candelaria. It would be good to meet you as well but Idon't know my schedule for the visit yet so not sure whether I can get out to your area. I'll keep in touch.
Thanks again for the contact name
At 21:19 on February 9, 2010, Paul Aitken said…
Hi Alexander,
Paul here from New Zealand. My company, Educating NZ, developed the main school DRR resource in our country on behalf of our government. I will probably be visiting your country in late March and would be interested to meet with DRR stakeholders, especially those involved in school education programmes. Unfortunately I will only be in the Manilla, Quezon City area but I would be appreciate any connections for people in the area that I might be able to talk with. If you can provide me with any contacts that would be most appreciated.
At 11:36am on January 29, 2010, Beryl Cheal gave Alexander D. Nayve a gift
I'm glad I could contribute something to the very valuable work you are doing - and will continue to do - on behalf of children, Alex. The pleasure was mine. Beryl
At 9:53 on December 3, 2009, emmerando martin p. cruz said…
iam from pasig elementary school, it feels so good to know that some odf my kababayan is interested in this type of organization. looking forward on working with you.
At 10:14 on August 11, 2009, Beryl Cheal said…
Hi, Alex - Welconme to Edu4drr - We'll be working together a lot - I look forward to that - Beryl



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