696 training programs
Les objectifs de la formation
La formation a trois objectifs principaux :
- Transmettre les principes “Ne Pas Nuire” et de sensibilité au conflit dans le cadre des urgences humanitaires et des projets de développement ;
- Équiper les participants avec des outils d’analyse de conflit qui peuvent être appliqués à tous contextes d’intervention ;
- Fournir aux participants les éléments de programmation “sensibles au conflit”.
A la fin de la formation, les participants seront capables de répondre aux questions suivantes :
The 2030 Agenda emphasizes a world free of poverty, hunger, disease and want, free of fear and violence. It calls for development strategies that result in more resilient societies where people are safe from chronic threats such as abject poverty, hunger, disease, violence and repression, and protected from sudden and hurtful disruptions in their daily lives.
Local governments are often the first to collapse when factions fight for territorial control. In post-conflict settings, the state is often unable to effectively reach parts of its territory for years. Given these challenges, it is no surprise that decentralization and local governance provisions are increasingly prominent in peace agreements and national post-conflict peacebuilding agendas.
Human rights, conflict, peace and development are closely linked, but the linkages are not always evident in practice. Misconceptions exist; such as that conflict prevention involves making unacceptable compromises or that human rights engagement means delaying lasting peace. Even though they engage with similar national partners and both aim to build just and peaceful societies, conflict prevention practitioners and human rights practitioners do not always work together and at worst the divide can lead to them working against each other.
Project Management Professionals (PMP) for NGO
All NGOs must systematize their resources to buy material, labor charges etc. to ensure that their projects and programs are actively progressing. Finances received from the donors require expertise in planning as well as balancing the finances and expenses. In order to manage the different verticals of planning, preparation, budgeting, accounting much more demand is placed upon the shoulders of project management professionals
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Every day Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) aid workers from around the world provide assistance to people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe.
Given the insecure and often rapidly changing environments in which aid agencies work, safety and security management is not an optional extra.
The PMD Pro1 is the first of the Project Management in Development Professional Certification. Contextualized for the international development sector, PMD Pro1 includes content that provides successful participants with sufficient project management knowledge to work as an informed member of a project team in the sector
The PMD Pro1 qualification is also a pre-requisite for the PMD Pro2 qualification.
International Medical Corps is currently accepting applications from emerging GBV specialists for the 2018 seven-day, in-person training titled ‘Managing Gender-Based Violence Programs in Emergencies Training Course’ scheduled for February 2018. The training is part of the MGBViE global learning program that aims to increase the number of GBV specialists in complex emergencies and is funded through the U.S. Department of State, Bureau for Population, Refugees, and Migration.
This course focuses on understanding health and health system impacts as well as health care needs in natural disasters (e.g. floods, earthquakes) and complex emergencies (e.g. armed conflicts). It looks at the role of public health in disaster situations, disaster preparedness and response, needs assessment methods and prioritisation.
This course aims to create awareness about the relief and development context in which international organisations work as well as the driving forces and determinants of inter-agency coordination in the field.
Health financing systems are critical for reaching universal health coverage. This course provides an overview on the history of health care financing and the basic features of health care financing mechanisms in high-, middle-, and low-income countries. Among others it addresses the universal health coverage in regards to the Migration/Refugee Crisis.
This course covers the theoretical framework and general concepts and principles of human rights, their relationship to and impact within the health sector.
It looks at the rights based approach in achieving the promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to “leave no one behind,” with particular emphasis on health related SDGs.
This course explores advanced topics in leadership as it pertains to change management in dynamic health care environments found in low- and middle-income countries.
It introduces participants to concepts of leadership and change management, including principles of emotional intelligence and conflict management. Participants learn about culture sensitive issues of leadership and decision-making, the role of leadership in the context of corruption and health policy.
This course introduces participants to the global context for quality improvement including quality management frameworks, quality improvement principles and health care quality and safety evaluation mechanisms and tools.
Using practical exercises and case studies, participants work individually and together to identify and design context-specific, sustainable, resilient quality improvement initiatives in middle- and low-income countries.
A two-day skills development workshop strengthens individual and team skills in evaluating the quality of health care services.
This course provides practical knowledge and experience in the evaluation of programmes and projects with focus on low- and middle-income countries.
Participants strengthen essential consultancy and evaluation skills in international health cooperation through writing an individual consultancy career plan; and in teams using evaluation implementation and planning exercises and case studies.
The course includes sessions on effective writing techniques, how to design and provide effective feedback to different stakeholders and cultural and ethical aspects of evaluation.
This course provides participants with the necessary tools to develop and successfully implement programmes with evidence-informed decisions for the control of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs).
It introduces participants to the historical background of NTDs, including basic bio-medical concepts, and considers the landscape of organisations dedicated to the control of NTDs.
The course examines evidence-informed concepts on a population level, specifically mass drug administration and vector control, including community participation.
The catalytic role of health systems strengthening (HSS) for improving population’s health and protecting against health-related financial risks in low/middle-income countries (LMICs) is well documented. During the last few decades international donor and technical agencies intermittently used the disease-specific (“vertical”) and system-specific (“horizontal”) strategies for providing health support to LMICs. While the epidemiologic impact of the former has been impressive, sustaining results, due to poorly performing health systems, has been a challenge.