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This Webinar is a one-hour introductory session ideal for humanitarians in ICT or IM with technical background, who are interested in learning how to use the ActivityInfo API with the R Language in order to be able to produce reports based on the data collected in ActivityInfo.
The session will cover some basic concepts of the R language, an introduction to the ActivityInfo R Client and practical examples on how to retrieve and update data using the R Language as well as how to produce visualizations based on this data.
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What drives violent extremism amongst children and youth, and what should child protection practitioners do about it?
Childhub will host a webinar to present the findings of a research collaboration between Terre des hommes and WANA Institute conducted in 2018, which led to the publication of the report Reconceptualising the Drivers of Violent Extremism: an agenda for Child and Youth Resilience.
This is to introduce you to the ‘**Gendering Human Security, Peacebuilding & Conflict Transformation Course'** by Coalition For Peace in Africa (COPA). The training is targeting 15 practitioners from around the continent whose work revolves around gendering peacebuilding initiatives, gender mainstreaming in organizations, prevention of sexual violence against women in situations of conflict and integrating UNSCR 1325, CEDAW and Human Security into organizational projects/programmes.
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ACAPS Humanitarian Analysis Programme Open Day
29 November 2018, 16:00 - 19:30
Centre d'Accueil Genève Internationale, Route de Ferney 106, Geneva
The Humanitarian Analysis Programme, generously funded by ECHO and CDC, has been designed to drive a more robust and consistent approach to analysis within the humanitarian sector and to create a network of highly skilled humanitarian analysts.
Travel Safety and Security
Travelling overseas for work can be richly rewarding but it can be very challenging.
This training programme teaches delegates to recognise potential safety threats, so that they can reduce their personal and wider team’s vulnerability to a range of travel risks.
APPROPRIEZ-VOUS LES PRINCIPES DU DROIT INTERNATIONAL HUMANITAIRE : SOCLE DE LA PROTECTION TRANSVERSALE
Professionnalisation et Optimisation de la Réponse Humanitaire
POINT was established by a group of humanitarian workers and its headquarter is in Gaziantep, Turkey. As an organic non-governmental organization, the co-founders of PONT realized the crucial capacity gaps and needs for the civil society and communities to play a greater role in improving the response to the humanitarian crisis and better contribute to the stabilization of their conflict-affected country. POINT provides capacity development to the local civil society and communities actors as well as local staff in INGOs.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) plays a key role in not only promoting health among communities but also in improving the quality of life of individuals in the target communities. WASH programmes continue to face the challenge of sustainability especially in developing countries. Sustainability mechanisms focus on ensuring that the established WASH systems continue to function optimally over an extended period of time. Sustainability is multi-dimensional consisting of enabling factors, technical factors, community factors and environmental factors among others.
About the Course
This course is structured around the project cycle and covers all of the key skills required to design, implement and monitor cash transfer programmes. The course is focused on a technical/programmatic perspective and incorporates examples and case studies from multiple sectors.
ABOUT THE COURSE
Providing access to safe water and sanitation is a fundamental human right and is essential to any humanitarian response. Water and sanitation programming, alongside hygiene promotion, is key to reducing deaths from water-related diseases in emergency contexts.
This highly participatory course, with group exercises and theory based sessions, provides an overview of WASH in emergencies, identifying key issues and training participants on key technical skills.
Webinar - Addressing agricultural resilience in long term climate planning instruments
20 November 2018
Time: 18:30 to 20:00 ICT Bangkok
The landscape of climate planning instruments available to countries under the UNFCCC process includes National Adaptation Plans (NAPs), Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and Long Term Strategies (LTS).
La formation inclue les modules suivants :
Our Personal Field Security Training (PFST) has been specifically designed to increase preparedness and awareness of people working in high risk environments and support them in building confidence in managing critical and life-threatening situations. It is commonly referred as HEAT training in the sector. Throughout the training, participants will attend theoretical sessions, practice new skills and experience real-life simulations exercises.
Preparation, planning and reaction are the three pillars of our PFST.
Course bookings now being taken
Monday 03 - Wednesday 05 December 2018 (3-days)
This 3-day course is designed for those travelling to and working in difficult, remote or challenging locations, low intensity conflict and high crime areas as well as areas where there is a high threat of terrorism.
We specialise in making training courses as realistic as possible. We plan for the worst possible scenario to ensure that you are fully prepared to deal with any challenges that you may face in a hostile or unfamiliar environment.
Over the past decade, project management has taken a central role in civil society work and can be considered today as a tool for social change, a cornerstone to community development and to build and/or strengthen civil society organisations. As a consequence, gender mainstreaming strategies in development and management of projects has become a necessary skill for civil society organisations, development actors and project managers in other to achieve gender equality.