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Lydia Bulmer and Amusat k. Kolawole are now friends
Jun 16, 2012
Amusat k. Kolawole replied to Nicholas Carl Martin's discussion Call For Applications: Tech Tools and Skills for Emergency Management Online Course
"This is great! Its a good opportunity for many of us for the cost is still on a high side. Are participants going to be given certificates?"
Apr 19, 2011
Amusat k. Kolawole is attending Stephanie Knox Cubbon's event
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November 1, 2010 from 9am to 11:45pm
Teachers Without Borders is pleased to officially launch the Dr. Joseph Hungwa Memorial Peace Education program, a teacher professional development course on Peace Education. On Monday, November 1, this program will officially launch and will be available for free download from the Teachers Without Borders web site:http://www.teacherswithoutborders.org/programs/core-programs/peace-educationPlease also visit the TWB Groups page for Peace Education to join the…See More
Nov 1, 2010
Amusat k. Kolawole left a comment for Ala' Alhusseini
"Hi, how are you doing and work/? Regards"
Dec 29, 2009
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Oct 17, 2009
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Oct 17, 2009
Christa Pierpont left a comment for Amusat k. Kolawole
"Sorry for the delay in responding but there have been many activities going on all at the same time in Virginia. I will give you the slide show that is being developed. I am working on developing a grant and will approach funders in Washington DC.…"
Oct 3, 2009
Amusat k. Kolawole left a comment for Christa Pierpont
"Christa, your project is interesting and I have no doubt that if you see information on prisons and inmates in Nigeria you will quite appreciate it. In Nigeria, the numers of 'innocent' inmates are high. I would love to participate if…"
Sep 17, 2009
Christa Pierpont left a comment for Amusat k. Kolawole
"Greetings Kola, I have been communicating with people who are assessing the prison systems, courts, re-entry, etc. They have done an assessment of 13 African countries. Niger is one of the 13 but I do not see Nigeria's assessment. The thought…"
Sep 13, 2009
Amusat k. Kolawole left a comment for Katharine Mote
"Hi Kath, Your profile is interesting and will like to share from the experience gathered on the field. Let's keep knowledge sharing for mutual benefits."
Sep 13, 2009
Amusat k. Kolawole left a comment for Christa Pierpont
"Hi Christa, Its nice having you and other colleagues here. Hope the network shall be of benefits to all of us members. Have a wonderful day. Cheers"
Sep 13, 2009
Amusat k. Kolawole left a comment for PHILLIPA JANE OLUOCH
"Hi Phillipa, nice to see persons like you here. how is Kenya and your work? hope to chat you here later. Have a wonderful day."
Sep 6, 2009
Amusat k. Kolawole left a comment for Shannon Zimmerman
"Hi Shannon, nice to meet persons like you on this network. Hope there are better things to share and network for mutual benefits. best Regards"
Sep 6, 2009
Amusat k. Kolawole and Tabrani Yunis are now friends
Sep 6, 2009
Evelyn Chinyere Mere left a comment for Amusat k. Kolawole
"Hi Kola, It is great to hear from you. Knowing your capability in the work we did together in HERD, I am pleased to know you are part of this network. Thank you for writing. Evelyn."
Sep 3, 2009

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I am a Nigerian, Social Science graduate from University of Ibadan,Ibadan and presently, I am the Executive Director, Centre for Disaster and Crisis Management (CDCM).
My area of interest include Political Conflict and Peacebuilding.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Nigeria
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Nigeria
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Exxecutive Director, Centre for DIsaster and Crisis Management (CDCM)
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Organizational Development
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Curriculum Development, Program Design, Research, Training

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At 10:19pm on October 3, 2009, Christa Pierpont said…
Sorry for the delay in responding but there have been many activities going on all at the same time in Virginia. I will give you the slide show that is being developed. I am working on developing a grant and will approach funders in Washington DC. It is not my work but the work of leaders in Africa. Please see if this interests you. As you know these things take time to develop because they are so massive...but everyday that actions are delayed it become more a more complex set of problems.

PAJART Multi-Country Analysis.
See it at www.internationalcure.org/IC_MCA_pp.ppt
At 2:56am on September 14, 2009, Christa Pierpont said…
Greetings Kola, I have been communicating with people who are assessing the prison systems, courts, re-entry, etc. They have done an assessment of 13 African countries. Niger is one of the 13 but I do not see Nigeria's assessment. The thought was to work on reforms coming from the perspective of the justice system. This is because many people are held without trial in over-crowded and unsafe prisons--some of them for political reasons. Do you have any interest in this particular issue?
At 6:30pm on September 3, 2009, Evelyn Chinyere Mere said…
Hi Kola,
It is great to hear from you. Knowing your capability in the work we did together in HERD, I am pleased to know you are part of this network. Thank you for writing.
Evelyn.
At 11:24pm on July 30, 2009, Falade Olutoyin said…
Hi Kola, it is nice to have you on this wonderful network. You will find it rewarding. Toyin
 
 
 

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