Nusa Tenggara Timur

Jonatan Lassa

Nusa Tenggara Timur
Summary of Qualifications: 

11 years working experience in international development and disaster reduction field including issues such as relief intervention, food aid, natural resource management, children & disaster, climate change adaptation, alternative energy, sustainable livelihood. I have worked recently as researcher and evaluator and previously at program management level including training and teaching.

Education History: 

PhD Candidate, Landwirtschaftliche Fakultät, University of Bonn, Germany with dissertation title "Institutional Vulnerability and the Governance of Disaster Risk Reduction: Macro, Meso and Micro Analysis." (expected 2010) PhD School on Global Governance, Regionalism & The role of the EU. Garnet PhD School venued at the Université Libre de Bruxelles - ULB. Doctoral Training and Courses: 50 ECTS-Credits Program in Development Studies. Interdisciplinary Courses: 105 lecture hours with 3 Modules: Boundary Concepts on Values and Valuations, Risks and Vulnerabilities and Models and Modeling With System Approach Exercises. (2nd Oct – 16th Nov 2007). Disciplinary Courses: 132 lecture hours A Social Science Perspective on Development: Development Theory, Practice and Research Methods. ZEFa Courses. (From 19th Nov 2007 – 19 Jan 2008) MSc in Environment and International Development, School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia Norwich, United Kingdom. B.Eng (ST) Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Widya Mandira Catholic University, Kupang, Indonesia. Other Academic and Professional Training/Education: End-to-End and People Centered Early Warning Systems, Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC 2008 venue at AIT Bangkok, Thailand) PhD Block Course on “The Roles of Vulnerability to Disaster Risk Management.” Mar 2008. United Nation University Institute of Environment and Human Security (EHS-UNU) Bonn, Germany Summer Course on International Humanitarian Law. Magdalene College, Cambridge, July 2006. Funded by the BRC and travel grants from Hivos. Disaster Risk Management Course Oct. 2002 Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, AIT, Bangkok, Thailand.