I think you are taking this issue seriously. For me, the question is not about the source of Nile, but about a local project initiative showing how the local community is contributing and benefiting. Please, don't get out of the…"
"Thanks Mr. Ibrahim. I share your thoughtful and evidence based explanation on this issue. But, the problem is, countries like the US look into their strategic advantage and benefit when supporting or opposing any declarations or policies. The…"
Thanks for this wonderful article. Inspiring local initiative. But, I am afraid that the title doesn't go with the content. As far as I know, the source of the Nile is Ethiopia, not Uganda. Or is there another Nile in…"
"I think this is a very good article. Militaries should respect the culture and norms of the host society. Good observation and critical ideas to be considered by US government or other western countries. Good work"
"Is it the right way of preaching peace? I am not sure whether killing one person totally removes terrorist thinking. What we should fight against is the idea of terrorism in general. Anyway, we will see the reactions from different directions. Let…"
"I really uphold the idea of Shyam. If all mindkind are emotionally intelligent, such religious fight and lack of trust should't have happened. Let us see our common features than differences, coz we have many, many similarities as a human being."
"This is really a wondeful article. It is good to know the indigeneous way of non-violent strikes across the middle east. I learnt that exploring the reality is better than listening to the biased media."
"Thanks for your wonderful comments. Would appreciate if you could let others know about the network. We are also always seeking potential field internship opportunities for the students in our MA program and have had many students work with various…"
Senior Program Manager for Culture of Discussion Initiative Project, Pact Ethiopia. Masters Degree in Educational Research and Development.
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I am educational researcher by profession (MA degree in Educational Research and Development). I am 42 and have 17 years of experience in the field of education. Recently, I am engaged in an organization working in peace building in east Africa and very much interested to know more about peace building, conflict resolution and peer mediation and life skills in peace building.
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Senior Program Manager in Pact Ethiopia in the department of CDI
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Alternative Dispute Resolution, Dialogue, Education, Gender, Health, Natural Resources
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Thanks for your wonderful comments. Would appreciate if you could let others know about the network. We are also always seeking potential field internship opportunities for the students in our MA program and have had many students work with various NGOs in Africa. If you think there might be some interest in exploring this with PACT/Ethiopia let me know.
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