Welcome to my undiplomatically diplomatic blog!
On this blog, you will find some of the latest Child, Adolescent and young people focused news, opportunities and updates in global health emergencies. Major themes will be playing hide-and-seek with participation, protection and livelihoods especially in developing countries. Most often, my blog posts will cover humanitarian experiences, reproductive health, road safety and first aid, disaster preparedness, resilience and response, and young people -led research.
This site also aims to help young humanitarians about getting their first job as humanitarian aid workers. Whether you want to become a volunteer, serve in IDP or refugee camps, micro-credit programs or health programs, this is my personal opinion (not any of my employer’s) about ways to make the transition from local, national to international relief and development work. Well, I hope you find this site interesting, and If you have questions please do send them either by email or in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer them or find someone who can. I also offer individual services for people who have in-depth questions about their particular situation, want feedback :-Just drop me the bloody tweet or contact me on facebook!
Brian Bilal Mwebaze Kanaahe™ BSc. Cert.EMTI, MPH DrPH(c)
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