Peace Building and Linkages with Security and Stabilization

 

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MUHAMMAD HANIF's picture

good one

Anne-Marie Cluckers's picture

Is this e-leraning course stil available ? I do not seem to be able to access the module.
Thank You in advance

Mohamed Omar Muse's picture

very good one and i have received allot of needed lesson where a person can improve his learning

Ayenka Franklin's picture

this module is brief and straight to the point. This course is reshaping my prior understanding and work on peace building.

Onani Bokosi's picture

Nice modules. Very vital to understanding the concepts in the field

Abdikani mahamed elmi's picture

its nice and interesting modules

koang Peter Ruach 's picture

very good one and i have received allot of needed lesson where a person can improve his learning

Serge Andriamandimby's picture

Nice introductory module to clarify the basic concepts.

Anonymous's picture

Excellent

Alexandru Mocanu's picture

Good course.

Richard's picture

This is a nice course but it seems like there is no further content to read through or is it no more accessible?

Cham Ochan Odol's picture

Lovely and useful to the core!

Talal's picture

useful training

MICHAEL OPPONG-KUMESI's picture

it so deep and very good eye opener. i must say that its so educating piece.

Anonymous's picture

Good course

Carl Gilmour's picture

This has been a well articulated informative on the general principles and mechanics pertaining to the operations involved in Peacekeeping, Peace-Building, Capacity Building. Thank you so much for your continued dedication & commitment towards this cause.

Auduwa Liman's picture

Nice and interesting one.

Albert's picture

There is a thin line between Peace building and Stabilization indeed which must be threaded with caution in order not to loose hold on the core aims and values of humanitarian service. This course is an eye opener.

Anonymous's picture

cant seem to print my certificate please help someone

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