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Do you want to work in the humanitarian sector? Learn the humanitarian principles and how to use them in an emergency response with this 4-week online course.
Whether you are starting a career in the humanitarian sector, or transitioning from a more development focused role to support a humanitarian response, this course is for you. You will have the possibility to join a global learning experience, connect with peers from all over the world and benefit from the feedback of experienced humanitarian professionals.
The Security Incident Information Mangement project (SIIM) is a collaboration between RedR, Insecurity and EISF. It is funded by EU Humanitarian aid and aims to strengthen humanitarian responses to crises by building the capacity of NGOs to undertake speedier security related information management and sharing through the Security in Numbers database (SiND) which is part of Insecurity Insight’s Aid in Danger project.
Explore both the structure and practice of community development around the world. Engage in a critical analysis of different approaches to community development, their historical development and underlying assumptions. Gain an understanding of the structural and practical issues that promote or detract from the goal of community empowerment.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
The four Geneva Conventions of 1949 form the cornerstone of contemporary international humanitarian law (IHL). In the 1950s, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) published a set of commentaries on these Conventions, giving practical guidance on their meaning and implementation.
RÉDACTION D'UN RAPPORT D'EVALUATION EFFICACE ET CRÉATIF
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"Jobs of the Future are largely dependent on Digital Tools - Jim Yong Kim, World Bank President"
Don't get left behind attend the Innovation in Evaluation workshop to learn about ICT tools for Evaluation.
Topics include: Drones for Evaluation, Wearable Technology for Real time Data using IoT sensors as well as Soft Skills for Evaluators.
Does blockchain technology really possess the potential to transform international development sectors ranging from education to health to agriculture? Can it offer tangible value beyond digital currencies? This four-week online certificate course will attempt to cut through the hype and evaluate the potential of this technology on everything from remittances to supply chain management, voting practices, smart contracts, land titling, educational credentialing, health record storage, and more.
How to Be a Successful Evaluation Consultant - Online Course
EFFECTIVE AND CREATIVE EVALUATION REPORT WRITING
This online course focuses on the key product of an evaluation: the Evaluation Report. In this course, students will learn best practices for effective and creative report writing specific to evaluation reports. Learning points and practical exercises are combined to develop skills in putting together an effective and engaging evaluation report.
Cutting-Edge Monitoring & Evaluation: A Guide for Practitioners
"Travel" with our team to India and Kenya to see first-hand how rigorous health research is conducted in the field. This free, nine-week online course called "Measuring Health Outcomes in Field Surveys" explores the fundamentals of field-based health research through immersive, documentary-style learning. Participants will learn how to measure individual and population health, select health indicators and measurement tools, and design surveys, as well as explore practical issues related to safety, hygiene, and ethics.
Over the last few years, the Middle East and North Africa has increasingly attracted the interest and attention of Development Aid Agencies. Development Aid Market in the Middle East and North Africa Region offers hundreds of business and grant opportunities worth billions of US$ in humanitarian, socioeconomic and infrastructure projects among others.
Gender-based violence (GBV) has been recognized as a cross-cutting issue affecting the lives of victims from a diversity of dimensions including culture, education, health, economy, psychology, livelihoods and political participation. In fact, violence against women and girls was chosen as one of the critical areas of action following the Beijing Conference.
As opportunities for legal migration decrease and economic and security complications in countries of origin increase, people are forced to migrate irregularly. In many cases, they end up exploited for labour or sex. Demand for low skilled/low cost labour in the global north (along with well-established informal labour practices in destination and transit countries) as well as lack of information about legal migration channels result in migrants falling prey to smuggling and trafficking networks.