Operational skills and knowledge cover all the support functions needed in a response.
Operational areas for a response are: Needs assessment, programme management, MEAL, safety and security, logistics and supply chain, humanitarian access, fundraising, grant management, human resource and many more.
All of these support functions are vital for delivering effective and efficient humanitarian aid in a response.
This course will teach you the tools and skills to provide effective psychological support based on best practices globally, that you can tailor to your lifestyle, family, friends and communities.
A series of resources that aim to preserve and maintain one's physical, emotional and mental health during periods of stress.
Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of people through force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting them for profit
The involvement of humanitarian workers in acts of sexual exploitation and abuse is a grave violation of our responsibility to do no harm and to protect people affected by crises.
In humanitarian relief operations, the primary emphasis in procurement is on speed and access.
Non-discrimination is an integral part of the principle of equality
The resources will support you in managing finances and grants during humanitarian responses.
Engagement with non-state armed groups is necessary for humanitarian work.
Modern slavery impedes both economic development and human rights, limiting societal resilience to future crises.
Gender equality can contribute to more resilient, locally-driven, effective humanitarian action.
The most damaging impact of corruption and fraud is the diversion of basic resources from vulnerable people