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- The Aid in Danger Monthly News Brief - October 2018
The Humanitarian Leadership Academy (the Academy) has released today (23 October 2018) an analysis of the learners and courses undertaken since its inception in November 2015. The report '100,000 humanitarian learners and counting'http://bit.ly/Impact100kReport shows that over 100,000 learners have accessed learning through the Academy's free online learning platform Kayahttps://kayaconnect.org, and other methods including face to face training, workshops and webinars in less than three years.
New publication launched: Local Humanitarian Action in Practice – Case Studies and Reflections of Local Humanitarian Actors
An agreement has been signed between the Humanitarian Leadership Academy (‘The Academy’) and HSBC Bank Middle East Limited (HSBC) to provide staff with the learning needs that will equip them with the required skills to support humanitarian response efforts in their community/region.
Leading international financial institution HSBC and the Academy will collaborate to deliver a Humanitarian Essentials training to HSBC staff across the Middle East and Turkey during 2018.