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Course on Saving Lives and Livelihoods

The Feinstein International Famine Centre at Tufts University is presenting a two week intensive course for humanitarian programme managers focusing on nutrition, public health and community-based animal health interventions in complex emergencies. In addition, specialists in gender, refugees, humanitarian law, rights and principles, and livelihoods will offer in-depth sessions.

Entitled Managing Fundamental Interventions in Complex Emergencies, A Course For Managers Of Refugee And Relief Operations, the course is being held at the Crowne Plaza in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 22 - September 4, 2004

Course fees are $3,800 per person and include airport transfers to/from hotel, tuition, room, breakfast, lunch, and course materials, but exclude airfare, dinners, laundry, telecommunication or other personal expenses.

Applications can be obtained and submitted to: Saving Lives & Livelihoods Course, Feinstein International Famine Centre, 126 Curtis Street, Medford, MA 02155 USA Tel: 1-617-627-3423, fax: 1-617-627-3428, email: estrella.alves@tufts.edu http://www.famine.tufts.edu

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Course on Saving Lives and Livelihoods. Field Exchange 22, July 2004. p14. www.ennonline.net/fex/22/course

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