Topic: Public health risks of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in humanitarian emergencies in North Darfur of Sudan. Presenter: Elfadil Mohammed Mahmoud, DPMMModerator: Chitralada Chaiya, RRDP Date: Wednesday 30 January 2019Time: 15:00 – 16:00 hrsVenue: S201, SERD Building, AIT Introduction Population migration and displacement resulting from manmade disasters is likely to Read more…
AIT is organizing an Academic Writing Placement Test to be held on 12 February 2019 from 13:00 – 14:00 hrs Please kindly send your information together with the proven payment of your registration fee by 7 February 2019 via email. Important Date:Date: 12 February 2019Time: 13:00 – 14:00 hrs. Available Test Read more…
The curriculum development workshop was designed to introduce participants to gender concepts and relevant discussions. Two gender modules on social protection and social policy were also covered to showcase how gender perspectives could be integrated in to exiting courses in the program. Participants then analyzed case studies and did exercises to understand and translate the theoretical concepts from the introductory sessions to grassroots Myanmar context. In addition, needs assessment was done on research capacity building to help design future workshops and group research project plans.
Keywords gender, qualitative research, policy, Myanmar, graduate education
Department of Development and Sustainability would like to welcome Dr.Armando A. Apan, visiting a professor at Natural Resources Management (NRM) Dr. Armando A. Apan, Professor at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) in Australia, has joined AIT as a Visiting Faculty in the Natural Resources and Management Program in the Read more…
ED77.17 Rural-Regional Development Planning Workshop by Dr. Thi Phuoc Lai Nguyen. The course provides conceptual framework, techniques and methodology in rural and regional planning to analyze problems and formulate a local development plan and project proposals of the study area, involving the active participation of people at the grassroots level. The course participants will be encouraged to use their practical expertise and applications of theoretical knowledge in development planning acquired earlier in conducting the field study in the study area.
On January 2019 semester, this course selected Kap Cheong district, Surin province with 4 T.A.O.Khu Tan, Dan, Ta Khian and Naeng Mut as the study area.
T.A.O. is Tambon Administrative Organisation as same as Sub-district Administrative Organisation (SAO). We used the word T.A.O. instead of SAO to call them.(more…)