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A four-day training module that prepares humanitarian personnel to address the needs of WASH in Crisis. This is a highly participatory course, with group exercises and theory based sessions, providing an overview of managing WASH projects in emergencies, and identifying key issues and key technical skills.
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.
A five-day course covering principles and practical application of risk management, personal security, team security and safety issues. A must for all managers and professionals interested in humanitarian work and engaged with the Government, UN agencies, NGOs, Red Cross etc. With the current security environment prevailing in the world, the contents of the course are relevant to a wide range of individuals, whether a part of the corporate sector or a citizen who is not necessarily performing a security related function.
This 4-day training aims to build capacities of humanitarian workers to take appropriate action for child protection in an emergency, both in preparedness and for responses.
This course introduces the basics of humanitarian community shelter and settlements (S&S) activities, including some history and trends related to the sector, best practices in assessments and programming strategy, basic shelter responses, the relationship between shelter and its context (settlements), and how to promote the recovery of affected settlements. This training course is based on many years of USAID/OFDA and humanitarian organization experience in S&S activities, so discussions and case studies are based on real-life situations.