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Community Participation in Emergency Response 9

Fordham University / Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs (IIHA)
Course Content
The humanitarian aid community must cooperate with the national authorities to build or rehabilitate the basic infrastructure needed for access, shelter and the provision of life-sustaining services. This work is often carried out on an emergency basis. This course offers advanced knowledge of the technical requirements for the infrastructure needed in humanitarian emergencies. Students are exposed to vital managerial decisions they must consider as they supervise teams of technical experts.
Target Audience
Humanitarian aid workers with 5-10 years of field experience.
Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution
Notes
To learn more about this course, please view the individual course listing on our website. For a complete list of IIHA courses, view the course calendar on our website. If you have questions, please contact miha@fordham.edu for more information.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

To take this course, please visit the IIHA webpage or go to http://bit.ly/IIHA-Apply-Now. For specific information and questions about registration and applications, please contact miha@fordham.edu.
Ms. Ellen Bratina
 
Categories
Humanitarian Assistance - Advanced Training, Humanitarian Assistance - Complex Emergencies
Type of degree
Master, Certificate of completion
Duration
5 Days
Languages
English
Credit Points
2 Graduate-level academic credits
Fees
USD 5.500,00
(There is a course fee of $1,600. All of the IIHA short courses can be taken for academic credit and counted towards Fordham University's Master's in International Humanitarian Action (MIHA) or taken independent from the MIHA at a reduced cost of $915)
Organizer contact info
45 Columbus Ave
10023 New York
USA
 
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