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“I would recommend this course to anyone who is doing pharmacy in a developing country; it opens your eyes and you see pharmacy and supply chain from a different angle” (Cynthia Kamtengeni, Zimbabwe, UNICEF)
Hygiene & Sanitation promotion plays a key role in changing collective and individual behaviours together with fostering ownership and sustainable use of water and sanitation facilities. It is upon this premise that IDEAL Public Health and Development Consultancy (IPHDC) has planned to conduct a PHAST, CLTS and CHAST training of trainers.
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About the Course
It has been said that “good teachers produce good students.” It is equally true that good trainers produce good aid workers. By passing on their wisdom and experiences through effective training techniques, humanitarian aid workers can extend the impact of their work to future projects and generations. Trainers in the humanitarian sector ensure aid workers are equipped with the skills and knowledge they require to deliver successful humanitarian programmes.
Basic Event Summary
This is an intensive, dynamic five-day course where you will discuss, learn and apply approaches and measures to improve your personal security when living and working in insecure environments. Personal Safety & Security in the Field has been designed specifically from an NGO perspective to provide the most relevant and challenging training for NGO workers.
The healthcare industry is one of the most diverse and dynamic industries in the world. Access to healthcare on the other hand is a right under many constitutions around the world, Kenya and East Africa included, and indeed its effective provision is dependent on the existence of proactive policy and legislative framework, infrastructure, demographics, epidemiological factors among others. Its efficient provision is however more dependent on the size and quality of its healthcare workforce.
Logistics Learning Alliance is a leading provider of humanitarian based training programmes. We currently have over 1,000 students, studying in six continents and working under some of the most dangerous and challenging conditions in many of the world’s most disaster hit and war-torn countries.
Following the huge success of our Humanitarian Essentials Logistics Module (HELM) Events between 2015 and 2017, we will be returning to Nairobi in November 2018 to deliver our second Advanced Supply Chain Manager course.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Do No Harm (DNH) concepts are widely used in the humanitarian and development communities and it is one of the best known tools for Peace and Conflict Impact Analysis. Assistance is often misused by people in conflicts to pursue a political or military agenda.
There is no doubt that disasters in the recent past have become a major global concern and challenge. Increasing disasters are attributed to a number of factors, mainly of human origin, such as environmental degradation; rapid population increase with subsequent exponential expansion of urban centres and other related factors; all these leading to increased population vulnerabilities.
Among the most common institutional challenges facing relief and development organizations are to document effectively their activities and to develop highly saleable project proposals for donor funding. These challenges have further resulted in limited capacity for resource mobilization in many organizations.
Monitoring and Evaluation are crucial in supporting programme and project implementation, contributing to organizational learning, upholding accountability, providing opportunities for stakeholder feedback to be captured and promoting evidence-based decision making.
This five day interactive training will bring together 16-20 practitioners and NGO leaders from across Africa to examine the links between policy and practice in fragile, conflict-affected contexts led by conflict transformation specialist, Dr. Simon Fisher.
The bespoke course is designed to draw on the experience and practice of professionals working in development, humanitarian aid or peacebuilding and aims to strengthen internal policies and programmatic approaches to working in fragile and conflict affected countries.
Today’s development projects are increasingly complex and implemented under tight time-frames and budget constraints. While many personnel in organizations are passionate to implement projects successfully, they are limited in the knowledge and skills in Monitoring & Evaluation. This course will ensure Projects personnel are able to demonstrate project results and progress towards anticipated outcomes and impacts as part of their accountability to key stakeholders and external partners.
The course will enhance the understanding about what value for money should mean and to what extent it is relevant to development organizations. It will help the NGOs professionals to understand the significance of numerical evidence of the best possible value for money in all areas of donor-related expenditure in the development world.
- Case Studies
- Group Discussions
Join our three day course in Nairobi and learn how to generate impact, integrate risk management, plan and budget your projects efficiently.
In the last decade, maintaining peace and security has become further complicated by an increase in the violence perpetrated no longer exclusively by national armies and armed oppositions but also by an increasingly assertive and brutal range of hybrid actors, such as illegal armed groups, criminal organizations, and transnational networks of illicit trafficking. The impact is so significant that the violence resulting from these situations exceeds many on-going civil wars.
IIRR pioneered the writeshop methodology and has been using it to build the capacity of organizations by promoting learning and reflection. There is growing pressure on development organizations to show evidence of their works. This requires systematic documentation, packaging and dissemination, which are weakness of many development organizations. Innovating Writeshop for Documentation of Impact is given as a five-day training program by IIRR.
There are mainly two reasons that necessitate writeshops:
Water is a natural resource that is multifunctional and multidimensional, threatened, source of competition and conflicts, looming and calling for integrated management.