I sympathise with you on this issue, as I will be paying my own way to
ALARA myself. Are there any humanitarian-type funding agencies in
Maputo-Mozambique who might assist you with your living costs while in
Australia, perhaps through acknowledgement of their support in your
paper, or through subsequent presentation when you're back home? If your
situation is stretched, this kind of approach may be worth a try.
Just a thought, and hope to catch up with you in Melbourne.
Congratulations on having your paper accepted!
On 14/06/2010 11:51 p.m., vicente halle wrote:
> Dear All,
> I am enjoying your contributions and sharing. I have been a bit quite
> due to the preparation of our end semester examinations .
> Now am somehow back because i am still busy working on the paper which
> i would like to share with the participants in Melbourne. My situation
> at the moment is as follow: After i had talk to my Rector about the
> Action Research at our small private University here in
> Maputo-Mozambique, he decided that i should introduce within the
> Research centre which i am doing. Our Rector advised me that i should
> attend the Congress but i went to the administrator to ask for the
> financial arrangements it was not possible ....the administrator told
> me that the University at the moment can only help me with the ticket
> to and from and he advised me to look for the petty money for my
> survival in Melbourne -Australia such as pocket money, money for diner
> and so on. The main reason why i intend to participate is that i would
> like to get more experience with the participants who have a wider
> experience in the area. Pray for me and i have attached the response
> of Jacques.