Chris Piper is a qualified secondary teacher and adult educator, as well as university lecturer. He has facilitated accredited Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and Participatory Project Management (PPM) workshops across Australia and overseas, and he also runs the TorqAid accredited online DRM program. From April to July 2018 he worked as a RedR Australia deployee to UNDP in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, as their Early Warning Dissemination and Training Specialist.
He is now offering ‘TorqAid Talks’ to clientele. These would mainly consist of secondary and tertiary students, as well as NGO personnel, but could include commercial companies supporting overseas humanitarian or development programs. The initial TorqAid Talk is on ‘Understanding the Rohingya Crisis’, and the link to this talk is given below.Download
Enclosed below are links to the following: Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Chris’s background as a Humanitarian Expert (Adviser/Consultant, Trainer, Researcher)Download
A summary of Chris’ work in Cox’s BazarDownload
The ‘Understanding the Rohingya Crisis’ Summary SheetDownload
The the online DRM brochure.Download