605 training programs
Gender training is the practical tool for analyzing gender differentiation and provides adequate knowledge regarding major factors that influence and are responsible for maintaining or change the structure of gender differentiation. It is also a development intervention which aims to change awareness, knowledge, skill and behavior in relation to gender. It concerns with developing skills, capacity to translate such awareness into very specific tools that can be used into practice.
Our three-day workshop will revolutionize the way you work on social change issues, development, and humanitarian work both professionally and personally. You will develop the skills to think critically about the systemic challenges facing our sector and wider society and your role in solving them.
We will develop you as a leader and make you more effective in bringing about positive change.
This Workshop is a specialized program, which offers a systematic and comprehensive preparation, through innovative and result-oriented training, in the field of conflict management, peacekeeping and peacebuilding.
A place of diversity, blessed with precious resources, marred by violence, signing a historic peace agreement - what now?
Learn how to shape your program in a conflict-sensitive way.
Conflict prevention – beyond a moral obligation and economic necessity? Learn about practical approaches to the prevention of violent conflicts.
Get insights in gender equality in peacebuilding and apply a gender perspective on conflicts.
In this course participants will gain the knowledge of operations and functions of municipal development including policy making, committee structures and processes, and budget processes. It is designed to provide participants with a specialization in municipal leadership and administrative services. In addition to public policy making and effective service delivery, the program focuses on accounting and financial management, human resource management, community development, and social, cultural and political issues.
- World bank Project cycle and Project documentation
- World bank project financial Management Guidelines and borrower responsibilities
- Project Interim Financial Reporting and its Cycle
- Internal control
- Planning and budgeting
- Project Accounting system
- IFRS and its characteristics
- Annual Financial reporting
- Internal Audit control & Arrangements
- Skills on project Financial Management system
- Disbursement policies and procedures statement of Expenditure
- IFRS- …
Platform between governments and citizens is TRUST. Good governments always work for earning trust of their nations. A high level of trust between the government and citizens is essential for good governance and citizen participation. In order to build trust, governments need to communicate with citizens in a transparent and participatory fashion about their past and future decisions and actions. Citizen involvement and participation should be considered one of the key factors in making effectual decisions.
On completion of the course, participants should be able to:
Disaster risk reduction is the concept and practice of reducing disaster risks through systematic efforts to analyse and reduce the causal factors of disasters. Reducing exposure to hazards, lessening vulnerability of people and property, wise management of land and the environment, and improving preparedness and early warning for adverse events are all examples of disaster risk reduction.
HDFF’s five-day “Stay Safe Training (HEAT) for government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel” is an ADVANCED safety training that addresses primarily implementing personnel but also management and safety related personnel needs of government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel aiming to improve participants’ skills in hostile environment, following international regulations in these settings. The training will be conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators in an utmost participatory way and has in its core a 3 day Field Exercise.
Given the insecure and often rapidly changing environments in which aid agencies work, safety and security management is not an optional extra.
This five-day essential course is conducted globally by members of RedR International. The course blends key aspects of humanitarian work and its theories with case studies and practical simulations leading to an understanding of disasters, conflicts and humanitarian principles along with action; all of which are critical to an effective humanitarian action and risk reduction work.
Effective and efficient global leaders and project managers need to monitor and evaluate their development projects. They have to understand the importance of the LogFrame and related indicators as M&E tools. This three-day workshop designed by HDFF improves the understanding and application of these tools as crucial contribution to the organization’s success in implementing development projects.Guest presentations from UN / INGO professionals will deepen the gained knowledge.
RedR India's training on Personal and Team Security Management is a five-day course covering principles and practical application of risk management, personal security, team security and safety issues.
OCHA’s sixth annual Global Humanitarian Policy Forum (GHPF) will take place on 13 December 2017 in New York under the theme of: “**Reaching for the future: Humanitarianism in 2030**.”
The event will explore the following overarching question: What is the scale and depth of change required by the humanitarian sector to contribute toward lifting the most vulnerable out of crises between now and 2030?
As of April 2018, Same Skies, in collaboration with BOOKBRIDGE, KYS Business School Melaka, HOST International, and the Monash University's Border Crossing Observatory, offers an innovative new distance learning programme on leadership targeted at corporate, humanitarian and refugee leaders alike.
Improve your prevention and learning by better managing and using incident information in your daily-work.
Security-related incidents put the lives of aid workers and aid recipients at risk in addition to disrupting the flow of assistance to disaster-affected populations. The information we receive when dealing with all types of incidents is critical for supporting a timely and effective response, as well as for learning and preventing similar incidents in the future.