Azzam Ahmed Abu Habib, Saeed Nabil Abu Eita, Mohammad Ibrahim Jouda and Hadi Fathi Khalil

Azzam Ahmed Abu Habib A researcher specialized in the field of disasters and crises management. He has a PhD in Civil Engineering from the National University, Malaysia (UKM). Assistant professor in the Masters of Disaster and Crisis Management program in the Faculty of Science, Islamic University, Gaza. He is a consultant for many local and international institutions in the field of emergency management and has more than 15 researches published in many international magazines as well as international and local conferences. Saeed Nabil Abu Eita A researcher specialized in the field of disasters and crises management. He has a master’s degree in Disaster and Crisis Management from the Islamic University as well as a diploma in professional security management from the International Security Management Institute, London. He is a consultant in risk management and assessment. Mohammad Ibrahim Jouda A researcher specialized in the field of disasters and crises management. He has a master’s degree in Disaster and Crisis Management from the Islamic University and a high diploma in the Management of civil society institutions. He has a bachelor’s degree in Communication and Control Engineering. He works as an employee and consultant in the field of emergency, security and safety management for many international relief and non-governmental institutions set up in conflict and disaster areas. A member of the board of directors of the Occupational Safety and Health Institute, Palestine. Hadi Fathi Khalil A researcher specialized in the field of disasters and crises management. He has a bachelor’s degree in Communication and Control Engineering and a master’s degree in Disaster and Crisis Management from the Islamic University, Gaza. He has been working, for several years, in international institutions in the fields of emergency planning and security consultations that enable workers to carry out their professional and relief programs.

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