The world is facing unprecedented humanitarian needs. Today’s humanitarian crisis tend to be greater in number, often in urban settings, longer in duration and broader in regional impact. They generate human sufferings on a greater scale, disrupt essential services, such as water supply or sanitation and put health of large population at risk. Engineers and technical specialists in water, sanitation, energy, environment, and in other related fields play a vital role to respond to these challenges and growing needs. In the humanitarian sector, they are called the public health engineers and today they are increasingly needed! Why public health engineering matters so much in humanitarian crises? And how its related activities are carrying out in such complex environment? This is what this MOOC is all about!
Introduction to Public Health Engineering in Humanitarian Contexts
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Learning about the Public Health engineering in humanitation contexts really enriched my knowledge and transformed my way of thinking regarding to the waste we produce in our society.
This is one of the best courses that provide a clear orientation on objectives and priorities public health engineering in a humanitarian context.
I learnt a lot from this course, it contains all the objectives which should know before going to the Humanitarian crisis.
an essential course that equip one with the skill set required to perform emergency task in humanitarian context.
This is wonderful course that gave me great opportunity to learn more about public health engineering.
It's a good course if someone like to understands how the PHE works. Wonderfully designed & Executed.
Excellent course, understendable even for someone without engineering background as me!!
It's a wonderful program. I learned a lot and really enjoyed it. Thank you so much.
This course is helpful and very interesting I hope to learn other related courses.
The course is very interactive. Students would have the classroom experience.
I really enjoyed it and thought it was very relevant and learned a lot.
Very good introduction and references presented during this course