Reminder Security Management Course 12-14 May 2009, Kabul, Afghanistan

Submitted by Ebe Brons on April 16, 2009 - 9:45am.

Herewith we would like to inform you that about the Security Management Course scheduled in Kabul, Afghanistan:

May 12-14, 2009, Security Management Country Level Course, Kabul, Afghanistan

Please note that the deadline for applications is 21st April.

To apply for this course, please fill in the application form on our website http://www.centreforsafety.org/application_form.
Please find attached the course description for this course.

Our Security Management Course will improve participants’ knowledge, insights and skills regarding security management. Participants will be able to contribute to reducing organisational security risks, by learning to develop and maintain a relevant and proportional security plan on country/project level.

Centre for Safety and Development is an independent not-for-profit organisation (NGO) that aims to contribute to the security and the safety of aid workers. We seek to achieve this objective by offering a range of professional and accessible training courses, consultancy and services to NGO's and other humanitarian organisations worldwide.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via +31 (0)33 463 0293 or info@centreforsafety.org. You can also visit our website www.centreforsafety.org.

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Submitted by collin nyabadza on August 28, 2009 - 10:41pm.

My name is Collin Nyabadza and I am a Zimbabwean aged 41 residing in Canada.I have a keen interest in helping the socially disadvantaged especially women and children as I strongly feel these two groups of people are often neglected and abused in 3rd World Countries.

Before coming to Canada in April 2001 I was a teacher at a poor rural primary school in Zimbabwe .The school was so poor that teacchers were always leaving the school due lack of resources.I however stayed at the school and mobilised the community to develop the school.

The move paid dividends as through funds I sourced from the international community we managed to build classroomsand teachers cottages ,buy schoolfurniture ,textbooks and sports equipment and installed piped water in the school.

The highlight of my career came in 19998 when I sourced US17 000 from the Irish Agency for International Development.
The irish Ambassador to Zimbabwe at that time Mr.John Neville came and commissioned the projects.It was then that I realised I was cut out for a career in the humanitarian field.

Last year I applied to do a BA In Devt.Studies at MSCDS in Arusha ,Tanzania and was scheduled to start on the 11th of July 2009 but I could not go as I could not raise the US10 000 fees required.However because I am determined to help other people I wish to try again this coming academic year.

I am therefore appealing for help from well wishers.My tel. no. is 1-514-227-3309.I am willing to work in exchange for tuition.I have documents to support the work that I have carried out.Thank you in advance.

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