5th Executive Course on International and National Humanitarian system and Tools in Disaster Managem


By Unknown
April 19, 2013


Reference No. (2013-04-016)

MEMORANDUM

FOR : THE HONORABLE CITY MAYORS

FROM : JEREMY PHILIPPE T. NISHIMORI, OIC - Executive Director

RE : 5TH EXECUTIVE COURSE ON INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL HUMANITARIAN SYSTEMS AND TOOLS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT

DATE : 19 April 2013


 

The Social Work Department under the College of International, Humanitarian and Development Studies at Miriam College, will be offering their 5th Executive Course on International and National Humanitarian Systems and Tools in Disaster Management on May 22-23, 2013.

The course aims to provide participants with a grounded understanding on three major topics:

 

 1. Understanding hazards, risks and disasters and the implementation challenges,

 2. Understanding humanitarian protocols and systems and links as part of early warning systems, coordination and

 3. Information humanitarian tools and effective leadership to humanitarian responses.

 

Should you be interested to participate in this two-day executive course, you may directly contact Miriam College-Social Work Department through their email: cihds@mc.edu.ph or through this number: (+632) 5805400 to 29 extn. 1171.

For your kind information. Thank you very much.

 

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