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Thursday, September 28, 2006
Our agency has a special hotline that they update every week. It's really been great and as I've said before, I'm very pleased with the breadth and detail of information they provide.

This hotline, though is really just to convey information or updates on the NGO and accreditation processes. Of course they got their NGO a couple of weeks ago, so now they're providing some good inside info on how the accreditation (or really re-accreditation) is going. Anyway, they update it on Wednesdays and the current take is a pretty positive one in terms of when Government Decision No. 268 may get fixed.

And since our agency always seem to be on the more conservative side, if they are now optimistic that's really a good sign. But even assuming the best case scenario, we're still in for a few months of waiting for the accreditation stuff to get settled. However, as I mentioned all too many times now, we completely understand that there are going to be quite a few "waiting periods".
posted by Steveg @ 7:10 PM  
  • At 4:08 PM, Blogger Suz said…

    I'm glad to read something finally positive about the government decision #268! Even a shred of hope is enough for me to latch onto!

  • At 7:18 PM, Blogger Kay B said…

    Well, it's good they are feeling positive about the 268. I havn't heard anything from or agency concerning the status of that.

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