Early Recovery and the Transition of Relief to Development

 

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Lamin Drammeh's picture

I really want to do this Training to equip myself when disaster strike during and after. I worked on many emergency operation and am still working on a project call Protracted Recovery Relief Operation in the Gambia under United Nations World Food Programme.

Mesfin Shiferaw's picture

I've been working in relief coordination for long time and would like to refresh my skill and carry out my duties with renewed interest and commitment.

Hilda Casos's picture

I am very interested in reinforce knowledge about recovery plans

mansour's picture

I really need this course .

Abraham's picture

How can I print the certificate for this course

Julia Brooks's picture

Thank you for your interest. This course does not issue a certificate, but we encourage you to keep learning, and please let us know if you have any feedback. 

Juliet YS Brown's picture

Thanks ATHA for this course, its very helpful for all humanitarian Aid organisations especially for us individuals who wish to work in emergencies , be it Conflict or Disaster recoveries.

Flabert NKWELLE's picture

This course is very vital for me as it will get me apt to take active part in the humanitarian interventions of the Lake Chad basin crisis especially in Cameroon.
I work in an emergency programme in Cameroon under the United Nations World Food programme and we are not about to implement the country strategic programme.

Anonymous's picture

good

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