What is it?

S4G, the un-mediated, not moderated social platform

Have you ever thought you have something to “express” with a social dimension but never had the opportunity to do it?

Then S4G is what you are looking for:

  • Open, unrestricted and easy to use
  • Three mediums to choose from: TEXT, VIDEO, PHOTO
  • A way to express your ideas, reflections and expertise, on social issues and broader development and society at large
  • You do not need to be an expert but just passionate about what you share

Latest Sharings

02 December, 2018

A Nepali Mother Journey with a child with Down Syndrome

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Proud sister,Anouska who is 5 with her 4 months old brother,Kaiden who has Down Syndrome.
This is a Nepali mother journey 6 months later after having a son with Down Syndrome and how it has changed their life for the good.As shocking it may be, it came as acceptance at last.They have learnt to enjoy life as it is and appreciate what God has created for them.

CONDITIONS FOR A FAVORABLE ENTREPRENEURIAL FRAMEWORK IN NEPAL.

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Innovation and competition are the two important factors for growth. Multidimensional entrepreneurship is essential for innovation and competition.There are two types of entrepreneurship: entrepreneurship by necessity and entrepreneurship by opportunity. Only the entrepreneurship created by opportunity can develop the country. It depends on governments interventions which type gets encouraged.

Is English is an Obstacle for me?

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When I came to Uganda most of people can speak in English even in the rural areas. I do not know they can write fluently like speaking but at least they can properly communicate in the English language. Because education system is in English medium. So this country preparing their citizen to compete with the world.

A LITTLE BIT OF LOVE AND A WHOLE BAG OF CRAZINESS

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The three people who mean a lot to me and why....

How to handle expectations

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This is not their fault to demand for the transfer refund. They know if any organization organize any program they will provide transfer refund either they are being habitual like that. It is a similar problem among the youth. They can do something new but also they want something as a reward.

Advertising alcoholic drinking must be regulated

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Drinking alcohol is allowed by law. Companies manufacturing and selling beer, whisky and vodka should be requested to roll out more responsible marketing strategies. They must do their best to minimize or offset any possibilities of generating unhealthy drinking habits among the general population and especially among youth.

Crisis

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The world is in crisis as noted by a recent report from Maplecroft, instability is rampant.

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GAY RIGHTS ARE NOT HUMAN RIGHTS IMPLIES INDIAN JUDICIARY

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The apex court of India took a colossal step back in time reinstated the ban on homosexuality.

My experience on Quality Education ( part I)

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This is the first piece of a series of three where i share my insights on the journey toward quality education. it is all about my understanding at practical and theoretical level. The next piece will be on Teachers and the last one will be on the role of Head Master. I developed this expertise along my personal journey in the education sector.

International Volunteer Day: blogs on volunteering trends from around the world (Philippines)

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In the penultimate Valuing Volunteering blog to celebrate IVD, researcher Jody Aked reflects on her experiences in the Philippines, where she has seen the importance of looking at volunteers' social networks to really understand the way that they impact on poverty...

Inspiring youth in Uganda toward Volunteerism

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According to this idea, we made an action plan and identified those youth. I coordinated for the orientation, in the orientation we told them about the 16 days campaign, its massage and the importance of the "White Ribbon".

Making Partnerships Work

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As a player and coach I believe that sports is a perfect modality for bringing further inclusion and unity into society

International Volunteer Day: blogs on volunteering trends from around the world (Kenya)

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In the third article for IVD, Valuing Volunteering Researcher Simon Lewis, reflects on the importance of trust, respect and power to volunteer's effectiveness in Kenya

IVD 2013: The Power of Volunteering

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Volunteering is about passion, commitment and determination to do something for a good cause. There are many definitions but ultimately it is up to you to take a stand and do something. Nepal has a great social fabric with millions of people engaged at local level to make their communities a better place to live. Still a national policy could greatly promote and recognize volunteering in Nepal.

All is Forgiven

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Sarah Rosenkrantz is making her first movie. You can help to be part of this. http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/all-is-forgiven--2

Borrowing a book from a mobile library: an extraordinary example of soft power through public diplomacy

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Would you ever think that a bus could offer the best example of effective diplomacy? As nations are competing globally to assert themselves, new ways are emerging to create bonds with other countries by putting the average citizen first.

International Volunteer Day: blogs on volunteering trends from around the world (Nepal)

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In the second blog from 'Valuing Volunteering' to celebrate International Volunteer Day, I tell the story of Maya, a teacher who worked with an international VSO volunteer... The story illustrates how important relationships are to achieving change, but asks how can long-term change be sustained if changes at the individual level aren't matched by changes in the wider system?

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