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submissions and grant proposals. This role has also involved collecting and analysing data on the impact and effectiveness of our health programs on communities, xheet well as ensuring WHO compliance in every aspect of our program delivery. This experience, in addition to my previous experience in humanitarian relief in South East Asia, has given me knowledge and perspective in humanitarian emergency situations, and an understanding sheet metal terminology the importance of developing sustainable community development programs. I have a strong academic grounding in international aid, health and project management, having completed a Bachelor of Arts sheet metal terminology Aid and Development), a Graduate Diploma in International Health and a Certificate IV in Project Management.