IRES
Other based in Kenya

Jobs

1 entries found
18 Jan 2017 description
job Closing date: 24 Jan 2017 Indepth Research Services

We are an international training and consultancy organization offering technical training and education services designed for individuals, and organizations working in the agriculture, climate change and environment; disaster management; education; food and nutrition; health; humanitarian relief; logistics and telecommunication; recovery and reconstruction; safety and security; water sanitation and hygiene sectors .

We are looking for Learning Advisors (7 Positions) to ensure the smooth and effective functioning of our Institutes as follows:

Training

157 entries found
19 Jan 2017 description
training Registration deadline: 13 Mar 2017 Training date: 20 Mar 2017 to 24 Mar 2017 Indepth Research Services

INTRODUCTION

Thorough understanding of the issues that underlie many of the day-to-day problems faced by practitioners in the field of emergency planning and management is very important in these times where emergencies of various kinds are so common. These risks are high and hence increased levels of preparedness and more effective responses to realized risks are thus necessary.

19 Jan 2017 description
training Registration deadline: 13 Mar 2017 Training date: 20 Mar 2017 to 24 Mar 2017 Indepth Research Services

INTRODUCTION

This course is comprehensive on grants management and fundraising, spanning the grants lifecycle from pre-award through grant closeout. The course provides the Federal, pass-through, and recipient workforces with the knowledge and skills they need to improve program and public accountability, efficiency, and outcomes for beneficiaries.

DURATION

5 days.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

13 Jan 2017 description
training Registration deadline: 06 Mar 2017 Training date: 13 Mar 2017 to 17 Mar 2017 Indepth Research Services

INTRODUCTION

13 Jan 2017 description
training Registration deadline: 06 Mar 2017 Training date: 13 Mar 2017 to 17 Mar 2017 Indepth Research Services

INTRODUCTION

Disaster risk within a country has its roots in development decisions that do not adequately address disaster concerns, and the resulting disasters are coming at the cost of development and poverty reduction. By not considering disaster risk in development planning, new risks could be unintentionally created or existing ones exacerbated through investments in infrastructure and public services, and through improper planning and regulation.

12 Jan 2017 description
training Registration deadline: 06 Mar 2017 Training date: 13 Mar 2017 to 17 Mar 2017 Indepth Research Services

Introduction