903 training programs
Report Writing (2 days)
Report Writing can be a challenge for any person in the organization. In the relief sector, there is often the additional challenge of reporting what has been done, while still engaging and valuing staff working in stressful and chaotic environments.
Writing reports is for a purpose. Report writing must not defeat its objective. When you are asked to write a report, you are expected to competently analyze that information, draw consistent conclusions, and make sensible and practical recommendations in your report
Human Resources Management and Assessing Staff Capacity (3 days)
Monitoring and Evaluation (3 days)
Proposal Writing (2 days)
Ability of NGOs to deliver aid is dependent on access to funds. Ability to receive donors’ funding depends on the quality of project proposal. This course will focus on aspects what make proposals effective and successful.
Needs Assessment Techniques (2 days)
Blending theory with practice, this Needs Assessment Techniques course will introduce you to good practices in assessment procedures and tools of emergency assessments.
This course will assist you to conduct accurate, effective and timely assessments – an essential skill before any form of relief work can take place.
What does the workshop cover?
Field Logistics in Emergency (4 days)
Logistics and the supply chain have never been more important to providing effective humanitarian assistance. Logistics activities account for a very large proportion of the costs involved in a disaster relief operation. It is crucial for the sector that we all explore ways of minimizing costs while maximizing the impact of aid. This is a highly participatory course, with group exercises, theory based sessions and you will experience what it is like to be at the centre of an emergency response in a challenging simulation.