2017 August, Year 2017

Farman Ullah, Pakistan

Master Studentfarman

Mr. Ullah completed  his bachelors in Disaster Management from Centre for Disaster Preparedness and Management (CDPM), University of Peshawar in 2015. After completing his bachelors from CDPM, she got an opportunity to work and teach in the same department under the Prime Minister Youth Training Scheme Program till joining DPMM. He was selected for studying full master’s program at DPMM under the HM The King’s Scholarship in August 2017 intake from Pakistan.  Being a witness of the Kashmir Earthquake 2005 and the great 2010 floods in Pakistan, to which he was an affectee as well, he choose to study disaster management as his future career in order to put a pause to the low level of awareness among the people and the policy makers about different hazards and disasters. He believes that managing disasters requires a sustainable and comprehensive community approach in line with the criteria put forwarded by the recent Sendai Framework of Action. In this regard, he is hopeful that the master’s degree form DPMM will further enhance his capacities in dealing all sorts of disasters.

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