Salomi has been a member of the Asia Pacific Formation Team since December 2012. With the recent departure of Sister Tess Figueroa to Kenya, Salomi has taken up the role of Chair of this Team.
She is also a member of the organizing committee for the Asia Pacific Intercontinental Assembly to be held in Kuala Lumpur in October 2014.
In its work, the Formators’ Core Team is guided by the Directions Statement of the Congregational Chapter 2009 which challenges us “to ensure a holistic and relevant formation that prepares, renews and sustains” us in today’s realities.
After the two training modules for formators, the Team commits to plan programs for follow-up learnings and skill development so as to continue to nurture new life in the Provinces of Asia Pacific. The Team also commits to share and tap resources with other regions in the implementation of the holistic model.
‘Good Shepherd Asia Pacific is important to me because it enables us to network and collaborate with the countries in the Asia Pacific region so that there is greater impact in our mission. It will provide more opportunities to share resources and ideas as a way of being more effective in mission. This will also encourage and motivate one another and give a broader outlook to the mission.’
Asia Pacific Formation Team met to finalize the programme “Transformational Leadership for Mission Now and into the Future” for local leaders and potential future leaders
Formation Core Team meets to plan for an important session on Transformational Leadership for Mission, now and into the future
In response to the Congregational Directive, the Asia Pacific Circle organized a dialogue to develop clear strategic plans integrating Spirituality, Justice and Peace with best ministry practices
Representatives of these Asia Pacific Core Teams met on 7-8 July 2016 to develop a Co-Responsibility framework for Good Shepherd Mission
Members of the Asia Pacific Formation Core Team met in Good Shepherd Convent, Jakarta from 1-5 February 2016
Historic first Formation and Partnership Session in Asia Pacific creates a distinct shift in the understanding of Partnership for Mission
Comprehensive overview from the GSAPP team - how Good Shepherd Partnership for Mission is developing in this region
From 7-11 November 2014, 18 Mission Partners from Singapore-Malaysia visited Myanmar - a Good Shepherd Beyond Borders experience
Caroline Price and Jane Ng represented Asia Pacific in a Congregational Spirituality meeting in Angers France in May 2014
Providing skills training and income generating opportunity for women in crisis - empowerment and a sense of dignity