Our goal is to produce resonance between military and civilian communities as they relate to humanitarian assistance, conflict prevention and mitigation, disaster management countering violent extremism, counter-insurgency, post-conflict stabilization and reconstruction and security sector reform. We accomplish this through our framework of analysis to assist the client in bridging their needs to difficult programmatic scenarios in post and current conflict scenarios.
Many thanks Mandi Johnston Mendoza and April Molina for hosting Mr. Nino on Mon WOAI-TV News 4 San Antonio, discussing goals for the adenovirus used during the Ebola crisis for a plug & play solution for the Oxford vaccine.
The loss suffered in Liberia revealed the world’s pandemic preparedness shortcomings, but it also compelled scientists to begin paving the path forward in advance of the next crisis.
View Mr. Nino’s response to the development of the Oxford vaccine and innovative and resourceful beginnings below.
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HerNet Television will successfully be hosting 45 Episodes of “United in Isolation” With national and international leaders from all Over the World.
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Topic: “Covid-19 Challenges of Global army & Govt Policy, Bangladesh, USA, Uganda, Kenya”
Founder of HerNet TV ALISHA PRADHAN will moderate the Live.
Last week I was interviewed about my experience in Liberia during the ebola epidemic as it was tied in with the recently deployed Oxford vaccine. To get straight to it, the video is below. Working in Uganda for two years provided much distance and perspective from working in other African… [...]
I am happy to report that my Project Management Institute – Agile Certified Practioner (PMI-ACP) certification has been achieved. I applied for and attained my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification was attained last February and now my PMI-ACP this November. It required a combination of: Bootcamp (Project Management Academy Griffith’s… [...]
As I transition from my current position in Uganda in the middle of 2020 I look back over the last 10 years working for INGO’s (international non-governmental agencies) and now as a consultant contractor for the Dept of Defense/AFRICOM, Dept of States Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) and in collaboration… [...]
The purpose of the project is to promote and protect the social, economic and physical welfare of vulnerable populations in Jinja, Uganda using local strategies to respond to health, economic and gender issues due to the COVID19 virus. If the local ultra-poor population is provided government sanctioned face masks, then… [...]
Think global, act local. That’s the phrase. As much as any other place, I have found myself in Uganda devising solutions on the scale/range that I can personally intervene or contribute. In this essay I want to talk about culture, improvisation and best practices in project management. Taking cues from… [...]