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INTERHANDS – Interoperable Regional Humanitarian Assistance and Natural Disaster Training Program Center for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance

The INTERHANDS program was established to educate local governmental, military, and private partners in understanding the latest trends in disaster prevention, mitigation, response and recovery. The program was designed to bring together all personnel actively working to shape disaster policy. The training concentrated on the development of improved methods of disaster management in a developing country setting. Presented at ECOWAS Program - Mali Conference.

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Center of Excellence for Natural Disasters, Coastal Infrastructure, and Emergency Management (NDCIEM)

Jackson State University in association with Tulane University’s Payson Center, and partner institution projects include established international collaboration on flood protection measures and developing management approaches to data/information methods and techniques.

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Center for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance

This joint project of Tulane University and the University of South Florida, in partnership with the United States Southern Command facilitated collaborative training, research, education and communication services with civil-military agencies throughout the western hemisphere to ensure operational readiness in humanitarian and consequence management missions.

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