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Tulane Payson Center for International Development: 2015 Ethiopia Global Development Summer Institute

Every Summer, the Payson Center for International Development offers intensive, two (2) to three (3) week long study-abroad programs with one (1), two (2) or three (3) courses per location. Courses are open to graduate students and non-Tulane graduate level-students. All courses earn three (3) credits. The cost varies based on location and number of courses taken in one location. (Note: Price does not include airfare).

For Summer 2015, the Payson Center for International Development is pleased to offer courses in five (5) locations as part of the 2015 Global Development Summer Institute.

Ethiopia
Italy
Nepal
Myanmar
Panama

For information go to: http://www.payson.tulane.edu/si

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Tulane Payson Center for International Development: 2015 Ethiopia Global Development Summer Institute

  1. 1. Ethiopia Summer Ins1tutes July 13 – August 7, 2015
  2. 2. Ethiopia Summer Ins1tutes 2015 • "Project Planning for Interna>onal Health and Development” – Loca1on: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Dates: July 13 -­‐ 24, 2015 • "Refugee and Migrant Health and Development” – Loca1on: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Dates: July 27 -­‐ Aug 7, 2015
  3. 3. Instructors • Dr. William Bertrand • Dr. Elke de Buhr
  4. 4. An Introduc1on to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  5. 5. Course #1: Project Planning for Interna1onal Health & Development • Bordering Eritrea to the north, Djibou> and Somalia to the east, Sudan and South Sudan to the west, and Kenya to the south, Ethiopia is the most populous landlocked country in the world • With almost 80 million inhabitants, it also is the second most-­‐populated country in Africa but remains largely rural • Having never been colonialized and with a history that dates back to the origins of mankind, Ethiopia is culturally unique but extremely poor (ranked 173 out of 187 countries on the Human Development Index) and shares many problems and challenges facing modern Africa
  6. 6. Project Planning for Interna1onal Health & Development (cont.) • This course will introduce you to program planning in the East African context • Following an overview of research methods in interna>onal development, you will be tasked with collec>ng field data examining a research problem of your choice • Based on the collected data, you will outline an interven>on program using the logical framework approach and develop a monitoring and evalua>on strategy for your project • Field trips include visits to Ethiopian government agencies, UN agencies and interna>onal and local NGOs working in the country
  7. 7. Course #2: Refugee and Migrant Health and Development • This course examines migra>on, including forced migra>on, in Ethiopia and the broader East African region • With a long history of receiving migrants fleeing droughts, conflicts and wars in neighboring countries, Ethiopia is hos>ng more than 400,000 refugees and asylum seekers from Eritrea, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan • The Ethiopian government has long maintained an open-­‐door-­‐ policy, which allows humanitarian access and protec>on to those entering the country • While a significant number of urban refugees live in Addis Ababa, the vast majority of the forced migrants are spread across 18 camps distributed along border areas in all parts of the country
  8. 8. Refugee and Migrant Health and Development (cont.) • Aber a general introduc>on to forced migra>on in the Great Lakes Region, the course will visit interna>onal organiza>ons and some of the large number of NGOs involved in suppor>ng refugees and migrants in Ethiopia • You will also visit government agencies and par>cipate in discussions with Ethiopian researchers to gain an understanding of the local perspec>ve • As part of the course work and based on materials developed by the Sphere Project, you will work on case studies examining the management of refugees and migrants, an exercise that will involve the collec>on of field data
  9. 9. Course Logis1cs • Teaching: – Lectures, incl. guest speakers (mostly in the mornings) – Site visits/field trips, and group work (mostly abernoons, or all day) – Taught with support from the Tulane field office in Addis Ababa • Housing and Meals: – Housing to be confirmed (expect shared rooms in a nice hotel close to the city center -­‐-­‐-­‐ contact instructors with ques>ons) – Included meals: Breakfast, lunch, and two coffee breaks
  10. 10. Field Trips Entoto Maryam Church Menagesha Na>onal Forest Washa Mikael Entoto Natural Park
  11. 11. Ques1ons? For further informa>on please contact: Elke de Buhr (edebuhr@tulane.edu)

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