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At 5:41pm on November 14, 2012, Justin Sharpe said…

Hey Yasamin,

I hope you are good. I have been updating the website here with lots of new resources, material and even a newspaper ( I would appreciate it if you could be a subscriber (there is no cost...honest!) I would like to talk to you about what you have been working on in terms of DRR in Iran. Please let me know via e-mail, as it might be something I could investigate further as part of my PhD research as I wanted to look at the impact of social learning and how this does or doesn't translate into the family. Let me know if you think it is practical etc.

Kind Regards

Jutsin

PS Have you seen my comic strip that I made...I put a post about it in blogs!

At 9:45am on September 13, 2010, Justin Sharpe gave Yasamin O. Izadkhah a gift
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Yasamin, Happy Eid and thank you for our continued support of Edu4DRR. When you have completed uploading your pictures, you might want to put them into an album to add context! Thank you! Justin
At 12:01pm on March 29, 2009, Lakhdar Graoussen said…
hi Yasamin
thanks for your reply, I am really appreciate, thank you very much for your help.
my dissertation is about disaster management in Algeria, I do not have a case but i am doing some research on the web and try to find out or recommend the best solution to deal with it.
thanks again for your concern
best regard,
lakhdar
At 3:08pm on March 28, 2009, Lakhdar Graoussen said…
Hello miss Izadkhah
my name is lakhdar from coventry University
I m on my final year, at the moment I m doing my dissertation "disaster management" I choose to do earthquake in Algeria. can you please advise me about specific books to read.
kind regards,
lakhdar
At 9:04pm on August 21, 2008, Justin Sharpe said…
I am not going as it is too expensive and despite being in Geneva at the moment - I am staying with Marla! But I think you suggestion is an excellent one and I will put an announcement on the home page in one form or other. By the way, have you taken the lightning quiz on the front page? If you haven't I would appreciate it if you took it as I am collecting data on what people know. You are not identified to me or anyone else in anyway and it is quiet good fun! If you can't appear to read parts of any questions, then roll your mouse over the question and it reveals it in its entirety!

Thanks for you support and kind words,

justin
At 10:02am on August 20, 2008, Yasamin O. Izadkhah said…
Hi Justin

Thanks for all your efforts and never ending enthusiasm on drr issues.

I was wondering if you or any of the Edu4drr network members will participate in the IDRC Conference next week in Davos, Switzerland. It would be wonderful if we can organise a meeting with those members who will attend IDRC to share our experience and knowledge. I have got two oral presentations on Monday afternoon and Thursday morning.

Cheers

Yasamin Izadkhah
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IIEES
 
 
 

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