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The National NGO Program on Humanitarian Leadership (NNPHL) is delighted to announce that we are now accepting applications for the NNPHL.5: Middle East Leadership Training Course.
The NNPHL program (previously named the Program on Humanitarian Leadership), which receives support from USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, is managed by Concern Worldwide and its partners, International Medical Corps and Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, with technical support from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
People are the key to any effective humanitarian response. Managing people can be difficult at the best of times, but during the chaos and stress of a complex humanitarian emergency, the ability to manage people is crucial for the success of any programme.
During this course, participants will have the opportunity to explore theories and practices of good management, and will learn how to employ different techniques of communication, negotiation, team building, and conflict management to develop a concrete set of management skills.
Join our three day course in Amman and learn how to generate impact, integrate risk management, plan and budget your projects efficiently.
Directly following each edition of the Core Training, PHAP is offering a series of Issue Roundtables looking in greater detail at specific topics in a discussion-based setting over one and a half days.
This course introduces humanitarian practitioners and policy professionals to the international legal frameworks and standards that protect refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), and forced migrants, including international refugee law (IRL), the relevant provisions of international humanitarian law (IHL) and international human rights law (IHRL), and soft-law instruments. It also aims to foster reflection among participants on how States, international organizations, and other actors implement these norms and standards in practice.
Trainers in the humanitarian and development sectors ensure staff are equipped with the skills and knowledge required to deliver successful programmes. By passing on their wisdom and experiences through effective training techniques, humanitarians can extend the impact of their work to future projects and generations. This intensive course combines theory and practice to help participants understand the fundamentals of training and facilitation, and develop competencies to increase their efficiency as trainers.
Safer Edge is offering a 4 day, residential HEAT course in Amman, Jordan between 11-15 November 2018. Jordan HEATs are specifically designed for organisations and individuals living and working in challenging, hostile or remote environments in the Middle East. This course is tailored to the context of work in the Middle East covering personal security preparedness, kidnap avoidance, survival and response and remote field first aid. The course is extended by one day from a normal HEAT to facilitate the participation and understanding of those who might not be native English speakers.
The project HOPES (Higher and Further Education Opportunities and Perspectives for Syrians) is launching its second round of Call for Proposals (CfP) to support innovative education initiatives and short-term projects targeting refugees from Syria and vulnerable host communities across Egypt, Northern Iraq (KRI), Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Syria and implemented by local institutions.
HOPES - Higher and Further Education Opportunities and Perspectives for Syrians
HOPES is launching the Call for Proposals (CfP) to support 40 innovative education initiatives targeting refugees and vulnerable host communities across Egypt, Northern Iraq (KRI), Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and/or Syria.
Safe and Secure Approaches in Field Environments (SSAFE) Training Course Amman, Jordan