Enclosed here is an Overview of Chris Piper’s skills and experience as a Global Development Practitioner (GDP), as well as qualified teacher/trainer/facilitator.Download
Chris Piper is a multi-skilled Global Humanitarian Practitioner (GHP), Community Engagement Practitioner (CEP), Teacher/Trainer/Facilitator, Bangladesh/Rohingya Expert, and Bushfire Recovery Adviser (BRA), who has worked extensively across the Australian , Asian-Pacific, Eastern and Southern African, and European regions. The link to his CV is given below.Download
He has separate profiles as GHP, CEP, Teacher/Trainer/Facilitator, Bangladesh/Rohingya Expert, and BRA.
In Feb 2016, Chris worked with the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) in Vanuatu, this including some rural-based Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) capacity building. This is a report of the training carried out at one of the locations, namely Lorevuilko on Espiritu Santo.Download
One of the outputs of this training was the development of a CBDRM Manual, which in turn can lead to the development of a number of Risk Reduction Initiatives (RRIs). Note the links below to both this CBDRM Manual template, and the DRM Planning diagram which illustrates the RRIs.Download Download
Enclosed here is a Project Design Document (PDD) to Graceworks Myanmar (GWM), prepared in late 2016, for some Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) training in Myanmar. Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Download
Enclosed in this blog are a number of key items which relate to the first four modules of the TorqAid online accredited Disaster Risk Management (DRM) program. Ã‚Â Also included will be other other global or Australian material which is relevant to humanitarian issues.
Enclosed in this blog are a number of articles which relate to the development or humanitarian practitioner, and are particularly relevant to Module 5 (participatory Project Management) of the TorqAid accredited Disaster Risk Management (DRM) program.Ã‚Â This includesÃ‚Â project management items such as the Project Management Cycle (PMC), and the Project Design Document (PDD); as well as participatory tools such as the Ten Seed Technique (TST) and the Seasonal Calendar.