The Building a Better Response (BBR) project is offering a series of remote learning workshops to strengthen NGO capacity on the international humanitarian coordination system. These 3-day virtual workshops for NGO staff will build on the BBR e-learning course(www.BuildingABetterResponse.org) to improve understanding of the international coordination system and help participants identify where they can take action and engage directly within the system.
The workshop is scheduled to take place remotely, August 31-September 2, 2021 - 3:00-6:30 PM AFT / 4:00-7:30 PM IST daily on Zoom.
The application deadline for the workshop is August 2, 2021.
For more information about the BBR project, please visit: www.internationalmedicalcorps.org/bbr.
To access the e-learning, you can register here: www.BuildingABetterResponse.org
To watch a 1-minute advertisement about the e-learning, click here: http://youtu.be/RR5ykMyoAJw
The Building a Better Response project aims to provide training to strengthen the capacity of humanitarian actors to engage with the international humanitarian coordination system, including during complex humanitarian emergencies, and by doing so, improve coordination and response to the needs of affected populations. Funded by the US Agency for International Development, Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance, the project is being implemented through a consortium that brings together a combination of operational and technical expertise, spearheaded by International Medical Corps in collaboration with Concern Worldwide and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.*
In order to strengthen the capacity of NGO personnel to coordinate with humanitarian systems in a manner that improves overall response to the needs of affected populations, the BBR project is implementing a series of workshops for NGO staff. The aim of these workshops is to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the international coordination system for large-scale emergencies and help participants identify where they can take action and engage directly within the system. During the workshop, case studies, interactive activities, and group dialogues are used to enhance the knowledge gained from the e-learning.
The target audience for the workshops is staff from national and international NGOs engaged in humanitarian response who have elements of humanitarian coordination included in their job responsibilities, and who are committed to promoting coordination within their organizations.
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How to register
If you are interested in attending the workshop, please send a completed application form to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have already participated in a BBR workshop, please forward this opportunity to your colleagues. The application form and announcement document can be found at the bottom of the webpage here.