Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), in partnership with Sugarcane Research Institute (SRI-Kibaha) and the Building Nutritious Food Baskets (BNFB) project are conducting a Training of Trainers (ToT) course designed to provide the participants with the skills and knowledge to train others on “Everything you ever wanted to know about sweetpotato.
The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) in cooperation with the International Criminal Court Office of Public Counsel for the Defence (ICC-OPCD) will host a 5-day Seminar on International Criminal Law Defence.
The Seminar will consist of two modules: the first one (4 days) will be devoted to defence strategies and procedural issues before international jurisdictions, whilst the second one (1 day) will focus on the collection of evidence of war crimes at the field level and their use before national and international jurisdictions.
MA Peace and Conflict studies is delivered by the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations. It is the centre’s flagship programme building on the legacy of Coventry as a city for peace and reconciliation. You will not only learn about the value of peace and conflict studies but will also be inspired by the city’s reputation and legacy.
ActivityInfo is an open-source software application which is primarily used to support monitoring and evaluation for humanitarian and development operations. Initially developed by UNICEF to support emergency programs in the DRC, the tool is now used in over fifty countries and counts thousands of humanitarian professionals as monthly users.
BeDataDriven, together with the ActivityInfo advisory board, is proud to invite you to our first user conference, hosted in Geneva, a one day conference on the 15th June 2017 from 9:30 to 16:30, including lunch and coffee.
The Humanitarian Human Resources (HHR) Asia conference on organisational resilience will take place in Bangkok, Thailand, on 22-24 May 2017. Book Now to take advantage of our early-bird rate of GBP550 or GBP400 for non-residential spaces.
A course designed for UN staff to discuss the core principles of the Communicating as One principle. It will strengthen your outreach and advocacy skills, as well as your capacity to highlight the results achieved by the UN at the country level in the context of the 2030 Agenda.
A tutored online course designed for UN and UN-affiliated staff that will enhance your competencies in designing, monitoring and evaluating projects and programmes for effective RBM.
Designed and delivered in collaboration with the ROI Institute (USA), this course enables effective results-based management (RBM) in UN system organizations by enhancing staff competencies in designing, monitoring and evaluating projects and programmes.
Lead, inspire and manage diverse teams of people
The most valuable assets of your organisation are the people. Today’s effective leaders put their people before themselves to achieve results.
Inspiring others means generating trust, showing empathy and being a role model. Do you have what it takes? What aspects do you need to develop? By changing you leadership style to your staff’s personal needs you will support them to perform to the best of their ability. Even in challenging situations when there is conflict or resistance.
Influence decision-makers and communicate the evidence
Understand how you can influence a policy process. From first stages to final implementation. It could be your core business or an intrinsic part of your organisation. Obtain a broad set of tools to plan effective advocacy strategies. Conduct actions with well-framed messages, and create coherent paths with your allies for powerful joint interventions.
Develop convincing and attractive proposals
Today, the range of different proposal requirements is large and changing continually. From online sharing of ideas, to applications with stringent templates. Proposal developers need to be like chameleons. Learn to adapt your writing to suit the funders in a landscape of stiff competition. We believe that writing a winning proposal is something we all can learn.
The HELP course (Health Emergencies in Large Populations) is a multidisciplinary training course for managing humanitarian operations in disasters, conflicts and other crises.
It was created in 1986 by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the University of Geneva, to professionalize the delivery of humanitarian assistance during emergencies, and to promote professional ethics and humanitarian principles.
Fonction clé d’une mission, le Responsable Ressources Humaines et Finances (aussi appelé Administrateur) assure que les programmes humanitaires menés sur le terrain disposent des ressources humaines, administratives, financières et juridiques nécessaires pour être mis en œuvre dans les meilleures conditions. Au-delà de la mise à disposition de ces ressources, l’Administrateur doit être en mesure d’anticiper les besoins.
La méthodologie est aujourd’hui indispensable à toute mise en oeuvre de projet humanitaire ou de développement sur le terrain. En collaboration avec les ONG, l’Institut Bioforce a identifié deux types de coordinateur de projet : le coordinateur généraliste qui s’appuie sur des compétences en management, et le coordinateur technique, dont la compétence technique est reconnue dans un domaine précis (santé, agronomie, génie civil…).
Dans des contextes d’urgence, de réhabilitation ou de développement, en milieu rural, périurbain ou urbain, les organisations de solidarité internationale développent de nombreux programmes Eau, Hygiène et Assainissement.
Les situations d’urgence, conflits armés ou catastrophes naturelles, exposent les enfants à de graves risques : séparation d’avec leur famille, association avec les forces et groupes armés, détresse sociale et psychologique, risques de blessures et de violences sexuelles. Ces contextes accentuent des problèmes existants : mariage forcé, travail des enfants, violence à l’école et dans la famille.
Leadership and People Management courses in 2017
This course counts toward the Colorado State University Certificate in Sustainable Community Development.
Course Tuition: $390
Continuing Education Units (CEU’s): 2
Duration: 5 weeks
An online course that provides participants with hands-on understanding of sustainable consumption and production and its role as a stand-alone sustainable development goal in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
An online course that introduces participants to key conceptual and practical aspects of sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda, while covering issues of means of implementation, localization of the agenda, and review and follow-up framework.