For the 14th annual forum in this "Inclusive Security" series, join six women leaders as they speak about their experiences influencing national policies to prevent and end violent conflict. Ambassador Swanee Hunt, Eleanor Roosevelt Lecturer in Public Policy, will moderate the discussion with participants from Afghanistan,…See More
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lm afemale and an accountant by proffession ,l love making peace and assisting vulnerable people especially children,l part-time at a childcare for vulnerable children ,and work with community leaders at local level to resolve conflicts in the society.Member of Anti Terrorism Coalition Uganda,we create awareness on dangers of terrorism and violent extremism and advocate for crime prevention to local communities,and as well promote patriotism.
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Am a member of Anti- Terrorism coalition uganda,though an accountant with a subsidiary under ministry of defence in my country,and l part-time at a vulnerable children centre,apparently studying development studies.
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Thanks for your comment on my post on exchange visits. To be clear, there is no specific exchange visit program that I was describing. I was simply sharing the guidelines so that they can be distributed and used widely by donors and local organizations. I hope they can be useful as you connect with other organizations through your own initiatives. I hope you continue to follow how-matters.org!
Thanks for the interest, we have moved our Gulu camp to January 2011, 8th-15th due to a conflict in different projects. You can send us your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great night. Albert
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