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Providing refugees with cash enables them to fulfil their needs in a dignified manner and contributes to the local economy. Cash-based intervention helps providing protection, assistance and services to the most vulnerable. Cash and vouchers help the displaced meet a variety of needs, including access to food, water, healthcare, shelter, that allow them to build and support livelihoods, and to facilitate voluntary repatriation.
To enhance participants ability to deliver and demand a variety of mechanisms, schemes and approaches through which economic and social well-being can be attained and guaranteed. It is aimed at equipping them with tools for trans-formative approach to Social Protection.
We're all asked to juggle multiple roles and deadlines. So how can you most effectively manage your time and meet your goals? In this short self-paced course, you will learn essential time management techniques including personal organization strategies and how to set boundaries in your work environment so you can keep your focus and drive impact.
Collecting primary data on households’ food security can be challenging, time consuming and costly ‒ particularly in areas with limited humanitarian access. Remote data collection is a flexible and efficient way to collect food security information and it allows for frequent food security monitoring in unstable areas without putting the enumerators at risk.
This course aims to give a clear understanding of what remote food security monitoring entails, when it is a useful tool, and how to implement a remote food security monitoring project.
The Geneva Learning Foundation is pleased to invite you to the workshop we are organizing during the World Summit for the Information Society (WSIS).
Since 2015, the Humanitarian Leadership Academy and the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITCILO) have been putting efforts in investigating the potential of using game elements for increased engagement and effective training of humanitarian staff.
Gender responsive budgeting is a tool to ensure that gender equality commitments are reflected and realised in public budgets. Since the 1990s, gender budgeting is increasingly used in developed and developing countries by different actors (ministries of finance, line ministries, NGOs, gender advocates and universities) to asses impact of government expenditures on citizens, women and men, and to transform budget programmes to target priority needs and close gender gaps.
In this e-learning course human rights, humanitarian and development workers will be introduced to the fundamentals of qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, including survey design, interviewing and associated techniques for analysis in support of project-based monitoring and evaluation. This course will be helpful for those with modest experience in monitoring and evaluation. Participants are encouraged to come to the course with an instrument and/or associated protocols for analysis that can be developed.
This e-learning course will introduce the basic elements of project development and management. Step-by-step processes and techniques will be introduced for the various phases of a project life cycle. The course is intended for staff of non-governmental organisations who have responsibility for designing and carrying out a project, but with relatively little experience. Participants will be assisted in the development of project planning documents.
This e-learning course is an introduction to documenting and monitoring women's human rights and gender equality, including sexual and gender based violence, women in situations of armed conflict, education, political rights and freedoms, and special protection measures. It will critically look at the gendered dimension to women's human rights violations and the challenges in implementing and monitoring these rights in an analytical framework.
This certificate course introduces participants to the basics of international human rights law. The course is intended to not only build the foundations of the participants in international human rights law, but also as a foundation course for other HREA e-learning courses and to serve as a stepping stone for developing expertise in specialised areas of human rights law and practice.
This course is aimed at development practitioners working in the field of children’s rights who are planning or considering undertaking an analysis of the situation of children’s rights. The course will enable participants to understand the concepts and principles of human rights/children’s rights and their application in the production of an analysis of the degree to which children realise their rights and the factors and obstacles that prevent them.
Amref’s experience of close to sixty years in implementing community health programmes has shown that the practice of community health has the greatest impact in the health of households at the community level. Using its expertise in implementing community health programmes in Africa; Amref has been training health and development workers in a post-basic diploma in community health (DCH) since 1987. Based on the quality and the content offered in the DCH programme; the need to review the curriculum and offer a higher diploma was realized.
Take action to enhance your personal security as a humanitarian and development worker. Learn steps and approaches to lessen the risk of being kidnapped and to enhance your chances of survival in a hostage, abduction or kidnap situation.
This course was generously donated by Save the Children.
About the course
Online course: Essentials of Financial Management
Maximising organisational and programme impact
29 May - 17 July (online course of six weeks; 5-7 hours a week, 40 hours in total)
GOAL OF THE COURSE
The course provides you with skills to build the financial capacity of a non-profit organisation, and to contribute to its financial management.