So as I wrote yesterday, I went to Panama for a UNICEF training on my big love – Communication for Development, and MoRES (Monitoring Results for Equity Systems). The training was organized jointly by the Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean and the C4D section in NYHQ, and we got a full week packed with information, presentations, exercises and clinics. It was great to meet familiar faces and some old colleagues and friends again, and meeting up with people who work on similar things and face similar challenges is always refreshing and inspiring. We exchanged ideas, support and thoughts, and we really learnt a lot from the experts and from each other. It was very busy (we didn’t even have coffee breaks!) but it was worth all the stress, and in the end I really felt like I had grown a lot in my understanding of how to integrate both C4D and MoRES in my work and in our Country Programme in Belize. Just the feeling a training is supposed to give you. Thanks all!