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Are you an outstanding individual between 18 to 30 years old and have demonstrated leadership ability and a commitment to effecting positive change across the globe? We invite you to the 2016 University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS) to be held in Hanoi Vietnam. USLS will be a life-transforming experience for you.
The Africa School of Project Management (ASPM) was established in the year 2000 in Kenya as a membership based professional management organisation.The school was formed to address capacity building needs among development partners, donor organizations, Government agencies, International and private sector firms in Africa.
The Infocycle is a training course providing insights in current global issues and the challenges to the achievement of a fair world.
The topics covered include poverty and inequality, global public goods (food security - agriculture, or natural ressources), the climate, economics and trade, global financial flows, migration and development, politics and strategy, human rights and development, and communication and technological developments.
Gender-based violence (GBV) has been recognized as a cross-cutting issue affecting the lives of victims from a diversity of dimensions including culture, education, health, economy, psychology, livelihoods and political participation. In fact, violence against women and girls was chosen as one of the critical areas of action following the Beijing Conference.
This free e-learning course aims to support policymakers, practitioners and activists who are committed to pushing forward with the goal of achieving gender equality and working towards a world free of discriminatory gender stereotypes, so that all people can be who they want to be - regardless of their gender.
Dates: 05-09 December 2016
Place: Lyon, France
Target audience: In-service and aspiring aid workers from international and national aid organisations.
Prerequisites: Mandatory : Level B2 minimum in English (according to European language levels – Self Assessment Grid).
Dates : 14 nov – 2 dec 2016
Place : Lyon, France
Target audience : Persons already working or willing to work as a manager in the humanitarian sector.
Prerequisites : Mandatory ; Previous experience in project or programme management. Level B2 minimum in English (according to European language levels – Self Assessment Grid).
Dates : 3-7 octobre 2016
Lieu : Bamako, Mali
Public-cible : Techniciens de gestion de l’eau et d’assainissement travaillant au sein de structures de santé, de comités de gestion de l’eau, d’ONG/agences humanitaires, agences gouvernementales et organisations publiques de gestion de l’eau.
Dates : 11-13 avril 2016
Lieu : Lyon, France
Public-cible : Personnes souhaitant ou ayant le projet de s’engager dans le secteur de la solidarité internationale.
Pré-requis : Avoir le projet de s’engager dans le secteur de la solidarité internationale. Obligatoire : Posséder un ordinateur portable.
Organisation: TRAASS International Inc
This online course focuses on the key product of an evaluation: the Evaluation Report. In this course, students will learn best practices for effective and creative report writing specific to evaluation reports. Learning points and practical exercises are combined to develop skills in putting together an effective and engaging evaluation report.
Dates : 11-15 avril 2016
Lieu : Annemasse, France
Public-cible : Personnes ayant déjà des compétences transversales en gestion/management ou des compétences techniques dans un domaine transposable au secteur de la solidarité internationale.
Pré-requis souhaitable : Avoir de préférence une connaissance du secteur de la solidarité internationale (principaux acteurs, contexte, etc.).
Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) skills are fundamental to the process of designing and implementing programs, analyzing and using data, and conducting advocacy for population and health programs.
This five-day course is aimed at providing an overview of results-based monitoring and evaluation methods with practical applications of tools and methods. This course will provide participants with M&E tools, techniques and resources needed for planning, organizing, and/or managing programs and projects. Through exercises and group work, participants will learn the links between results-based measurement, monitoring and program evaluation.
With growing emphasis on participatory approaches towards development, there has been recognition that monitoring and evaluation M&E should also be participatory. Conventionally,*M&E* has involved outside experts coming in to measure performance against pre-set indicators, using standardized procedures and tools.