I provided one standard three day LEGS training course to Red Cross/Red Crescent staff from 10 Sahelian countries and from the Coast. The officers, delegates and volunteers implementing or coordinating emergency responses related to livestock came from Senegal, Mauritania, Chad, Niger, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, Guinea, The Gambia, Mali, Burkina Faso and the regional office of British Red Cross and Livelihood Center.
As senior LEGS Trainer, I contributed to the 6-day LEGS Training of Trainers (TOT) course in Burkina Faso. My tasks were about the
planning and preparation for the TOT and to teach sessions allocated
by the lead trainer . After the training, I was accredited as "Trainer of LEGS Trainers".
I provided four standard four day LEGS training course to Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock staff, officers of the PRAPS (Projet Régional d'Appui au Pastoralisme au Sahel) and extension officers implementing or coordinating emergency responses related to livestock
For the FAO representation in Central African Republic, I provided two standard three day LEGS training courses to Ministry of Livestock staff and extension officers, FAO staff, NGOs workers implementing or coordinating livestock emergency response during the current crisis.
For the FAO representation in Serbia, I provided three standard three day LEGS training courses to Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection (MAEP) staff and extension officers implementing or coordinating emergency response following the 2014 and 2015 floods.
I coach various health departement initiatives to develop new e-learning modules and review existing training manuals for epidemic control