RedR Essentials of Humanitarian Practice Course
Engineers Without Borders UK are set to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Engineers Against Poverty and RedR UK on 30 March 2010.
RedR Cambridge talk: Richard Carter - Meeting the Challenges of Water Supply and Sanitation in Sub-Saharan Africa
Professor Richard Carter (Senior Lecturer at Cranfield University) will be coming to deliver an interesting talk about Water and its role in Sustainable Development.
The Tuesday Group are proud to introduce Bill Flynn from RedR. RedR rebuilds people's lives in times of disaster by providing aid workers in the field who have the skills they need to make a difference. The aid workers do this by training and providing technical support particularly with expertise in engineering, security and health.
Bill Flynn will be talking about his experiences and the role of engineers in building back better and more safely after earthquakes, cyclones and flooding
The Humanitarian Centre will be hosting the popular RedR workshop:
"So you think you want to be a relief worker?" at a knockdown price!!
Only £30 for students and £50 for professionals.
The original EWB-UK training course at Clare Farm, has always been an exciting and inspiring event. The course has a strong focus on practical work, focussing on both development and disaster relief work. The course is run jointly with The RedR Cambridge Group and is lead by experts who have experience of working abroad and very insightful and