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In this course participants become acquainted with the policy instruments, governance mechanisms and financial structures related to HIV and AIDS. Participants analyse political and institutional structures and their implications for planning and managing responses. They also learn to identify HIV and AIDS-related international agreements, conventions and financial mechanisms, and analyse how these influence national planning and implementation and vice versa. The course focuses on the situation in low and Middle Income Countries.
The course ‘Using GIS in disease control programmes’ jointly organized by KIT and the International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) Enschede, combines expertise in geographic information systems and its application in disease control.
Using project design tools in development projects
MSM's Project Design Tools course prepares you to handle the complex and demanding processes in donor-funded projects. You will be introduced to the different stages of the project life cycle, particularly from the perspective of major donors and learn techniques for the identification and formulation of development interventions.
Developing and managing monitoring systems in development projects
With the MSM Project Monitoring Tools program you will broaden your knowledge of monitoring & evaluations tools for development interventions, international procurement procedures and reporting techniques and content. You will get access to all the resources necessary to develop and manage monitoring systems and throughout the course you will build a Monitoring & Evaluation system for a real project.
Beyond the Refugee Crisis - Towards sustainable socio-economic development for host societies and refugee communities
The large scale displacement of people has been a historical constant. Yet in today’s globalized world, dealing with refugees comes with particular complexities. A central challenge lies in balancing the needs and interests of refugee communities and host populations. Economically, this balancing game is increasingly seen as a potential win/win opportunity rather than necessarily a zero-sum game.
The aim of the course is to provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills enabling them to use of GIS as a tool for improved planning and performance of disease control. Special attention is given to data-management requirements and how routine program data incorporated into GIS system can be effectively utilized to strengthen program management. Participants will be introduced to space-time analysis of epidemiological data, risk mapping and geo-spatial access analysis.
At the end of the module the participants should be able to:
E-learning courses are the perfect solution for those looking to expand their knowledge but unable to study in Amsterdam. They can be followed via internet connection from anywhere in the world.
The e-learning course ‘ Rebuilding Disrupted Health Systems - Developing context-specific strategies for health care policies, implementation and governance (E-learning) (RDHS-E) - is accredited by tropEd and can be followed as a stand-alone course or as part of the Master in International Health programme.
This module takes an in-depth look at important issues and current debates in health policy, health economics and health financing, such as decentralization, the public-private mix, international finance of health goods, aid effectiveness, TRIPS, community participation, health insurance and governance of health systems. The influence that certain actors, such as the international donor community and consumer groups, have on the health policy agenda is explored, and recent influential reports concerning health policy are discussed.
Master in International Health
The inaugural Africa Climate Smart Agriculture Congress will take place on 6-7 March 2018 in Nairobi, Kenya. Organised by the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF), the Congress brings together senior representatives from ministries of agriculture, heads of key Agri-related public institutions, UN agencies, agricultural firms, NGOs, farm associations, agriculture research and development institutes, investors, donors and the private sector.
Interest in developing and using Theories of Change both for planning and assessing impact has grown rapidly over the last few years. Theories of Change can be set at different levels and are being used in a number of ways. At one end of the scale, they are pulled together by one person to support a programme proposal or a specific donor demand. At the other end, they are facilitated over a period of several months and include wide consultation with staff, partners and beneficiaries, and are used to inform strategy at all levels.
Development planners and NGOs are increasingly committed to incorporating a gender perspective into their programmes. However, many face challenges in its practical and systematic application to their work. This course will enable you to effectively and systematically analyse contexts and plan development and humanitarian programmes from a gender equality perspective.
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This course gives participants a thorough understanding of how to influence the policy making process in their own context to achieve policy change. You will learn skills to help you plan and deliver effective advocacy strategies; enhance your ability to influence decision makers; and gain confidence in the ways in which you relate to different audiences. You will also have a more thorough understanding of power dynamics in an advocacy context.
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The increasing number and intensity of natural disasters in the past few years have had severe consequences in terms of human lives that were impacted, but also in terms of structural damage and economic losses. In years to come, extreme events will no longer be exceptions; therefore, it is essential for sovereign territories in the Caribbean region to strengthen both their preparedness and response capacities to efficiently cope with future disaster events.
This course builds on participants’ understanding and skills of how to develop sustainable and cost effective monitoring and evaluation processes and practices within their own projects, programmes and organisations. It is also relevant for those trying to improve and enhance current monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems, or supporting partners to develop and implement effective M&E.
Do you need to build effective monitoring and evaluation (M&E) into project and programme work for both accountability and learning? This course will strengthen your skills in supporting the monitoring and evaluation of projects and programmes from programme design through to evaluation and impact assessment.
MAKING MEDIATION & PEACE PROCESSES WORK:
PEACEMAKING IN DEEPLY DIVIDED SOCIETIES AND CHALLENGING CONFLICTS
4 - 6 December 2017 | London, UK
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DESIGNING and IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE MONITORING and EVALUATION for PEACEBUILDING and PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS
7 - 9 December 2017 | London, UK
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Note: We offer special discounted pricing for participants from Relief and Development background. Please refer to this listing during the registration process to get quick discount.
This program caters to helping managers build and renovate departmental functions by commendable methods which in turn aid in securing the trust of the public and stake-holders.
A customised proposal can also be arranged, to suit the training requirement of your team.