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Providing access to safe water and sanitation is a fundamental human right and is essential to any humanitarian response. Water and sanitation programming, alongside hygiene promotion, is key to reducing deaths from water-related diseases in emergency contexts. This highly participatory course, with group exercises and theory based sessions, provides an overview of WASH in emergencies, identifying key issues and training participants on key technical skills.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
Logistics activities account for a very large proportion of the costs involved in a disaster relief operation. Logisticians explore ways of minimising costs while maximising the impact of aid in order to ensure effective humanitarian response. This course aims to help you develop the competencies needed to manage field logistics in a humanitarian context.
Our Scenario Planning program offers a structured approach to exploring alternate futures and their potential impact on one’s organisation. Participants will be given detailed guidance on how to identify and analyse those trends that are likely to shape their market or operating environment. They are then shown how to use these trends to construct plausible narratives of potential futures, and develop the necessary contingencies, strategies or action plans to meet them with confidence.
Day 1: Identifying Strategic Trends
Our Advanced Intelligence Analysis course looks to extend the toolkit provided in our introductory program. Participants will learn how to identify and explore multiple lines of analytic enquiry, most notably via the Analysis of Competing Hypothesis. Next, they will be shown how to identify practical solutions to the issues they are dealing with using prescriptive models such as roadmapping and cost-benefit analysis. The course ends by showing analysts how to critique the work of their peers and manage the cognitive biases common to all professionals.
This three-day course will demonstrate how to generate strategic and operational intelligence from social media sources. Participants will be shown how to collect, process, and analyse social medial intelligence (SOCMINT) from a variety of networks and platforms. Further, they will be shown how to identify and monitor specific voices, issues and conversations. Finally, they will be shown how to conduct rigorous people investigations using a broad range of social media services.
Day 1: Mining Social Networks
This three-day course builds on the content of our introductory OSINT program. The objective here is to extend the OSINT professional’s skills to include investigative capabilities. In addition to enhancing their knowledge of valuable intelligence resources, we will provide guidance on the tools needed to conduct rigorous, legally compliant investigations of organisations, individuals and websites.
Day 1: Advanced OSINT
Advanced Data Collection
This three-day course provides a detailed introduction to the discipline of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). Participants will learn how to identify their intelligence needs and leverage a broad range of tools and sources to improve data collection, analysis and decision-making in their organisation.
Day 1: Requirements Planning
Humanitarian Action today has to take into account political, cultural, legal and health dimensions. The NOHA Fall School 2018 will be conducted by university staff and field actors in order to provide professionals with a global approach and specific tools.
The Fall School aims at training professionals dealing with projects in humanitarian action (HA) in order to give them a critical overview of HA in a multidisciplinary perspective and the relevant information for the evaluation of projects.
How to prevent and decrease tensions between host and displaced communities in conflict context? How to reduce violence against civilians, prevent forced displacements and facilitate voluntary returns? How to engage with communities and armed groups to increase acceptance and access and high risks areas? How to facilitate inclusive dialogue processes to promote a greater participation of communities in project design, planning and implementation? How to foster accountability; promote constructive dialogue between international actors and communities when disagreements arise?
Unlock insights in your organisation though knowledge sharing
Find out how your organisation can learn from its people and its experiences to become more innovative, responsive and strategic:
Pro-active, individual or small group workshops :
A two hour training workshop (on a weekday or on Sunday), during which you will:
- Discover the various development cooperation jobs available
- Be aware of the most promising development cooperation themes
- Identify job titles and the organizations that suit you best
A six hour training workshop (on a weekday or on Sunday), during which you will:
The Infocycle is a training course providing insights in current global issues and the challenges to the achievement of a fair world.
The topics covered include poverty and inequality, global public goods (food security - agriculture, or natural ressources), the climate, economics and trade, global financial flows, migration and development, politics and strategy, human rights and development, and communication and technological developments.