About: The Do No Harm Program has been a leader in conflict sensitive tools and techniques since the mid-1990s. The aim of the program is to develop practical methods for addressing the impacts of…Continue
It is best not to belabour issues surrounding this particular "Do No Harm" event and this is my last comment but it would be wise to note that without a significant representation from conflict/poor countries, the conference…"
"A message from the event organizer:
Hello everyone! Thank you for your interest in the Do No Harm Training Course for Practitioners.
We fully understand the concerns raised about the price of this training. That is why over the past 15 years…"
"for goodness sake when you go to discuss conflict isssues in your conferences i dont reckon you talk Europe-whether East or West; you discuss our countries in the south; you discuss me and my kind who are devastated by conflict experiences; I become…"
"We should get this straight: The recipients of Aid intervention are mostly from the South and particularly from countries mired in civil confict or fresh out of it. This sort of training, I presume, would go a long way in helping practitioners from…"
"Nice suggestion Rene. But who baers the cost of taking the training to different regions. Its even difficult to bear the cost of the training, how much more the cost of hosting the training. Some of these trainings, workshops, conferences aimed at…"
"Well, the arguments about costs might all be very valid however.....the divide between the rich west and the poor east is not valid anymore. Especially the south of Europe is very bad off and that certainly includes Spain. In general I think we have…"
"obviously, these trainings don't have candidates in the South as target. even though we are professionals in conflict ridden countries we cannot have our capacities developed. Good luck to those to attend. certainly, not my kind.
"I am a Master student from Nairobi Kenya and I would like to participate this special event which I believe the cost is in a higher side especially for the people from conflict areas (Somalia).
Kindly consider our request. Mariam"
"I echo Mr. Ekenta's concern about the high cost of the training, especially for practitioners from the South, and more particularly for practitionser from conflict or post-conflict countries.
About: The Do No Harm Program has been a leader in conflict sensitive tools and techniques since the mid-1990s. The aim of the program is to develop practical methods for addressing the impacts of assistance on a conflict of context, and to help practitioners consider the unintended negative impacts of their well-intended work. The Program's keystone tool, the Do No Harm Framework for Analyzing the Impact of Aid on Conflict, is a leading methodology for conflict sensitivity. It has been widely…See More
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