“Born and bred in Nigeria”, as her typical first name indicates, 37 years old Sa’adatu Bowsan developed an interest in political topics in her early youth, although coming from a family that never was heavily implicated in politics in the first place.
Before she participated in her first UNITAR training, Ms. Syeda Bushra Binte Amin was working at the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC), a regional organization focused on disaster preparedness in Bangladesh.
The DAE, under the Ministry of Agriculture in Bangladesh, has more than 25,000 workers in their department and is the largest ministry in the country. For more than 23 years, Dr.
When Mr.Jully Odhiambo Ouma was recommended by his director to attend the UNITAR training on Geographic Information Systems (GIS), he was a Master Degree student in Meteorology at the University of Nairobi, Kenya and a research assistant at Climate Prediction & Applications Centre (ICPAC) wit
When Mr. Isaac Nkusi participated in the “impact for peace” Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop, he had just started Success Through Perspective, a personal money management company, after working for an internationally funded development project.
Megan Davis, an Aboriginal woman of the Cobble Cobble clan from Warra in South West Queensland was waiting at the gate of the Palais des Nations on a Saturday evening in July 2000 to board the bus to go to a small village outside Geneva to take part in
Ms. Christina Pita Lukudu is a legal counsel working for the Directorate of Public Prosecution in the Ministry of Justice of South Sudan, the world’s newest nation.
Ms. Uthpala Sankalpani is a Resource Efficient Cleaner Production Technologist at the National Cleaner Production Center (NCPC), which is one of the foremost sustainable solution providers in Sri Lanka. At NCPC, Ms. Sankalpani’s job is to consult with industries in