Starts October 4th and 5th. Proposal Writing Training In partnership with Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University, Mercy Hands is organizing a two-days training on Proposal Writing. The training will take place in Erbil in the first weekend of October, October 4th and 5th, and it will be conducted by Dr. Lisa Andersson. The training will be in the form of an interactive workshop and will combine lecture with group exercises and case studies. After the training, the participants should be able to: Conduct relevant background research to prepare for a proposal Analyze strengths and weakness of its organization in relation to funding opportunities Organize and prepare all components of a funding proposal Upon successful completion of the training,…
Starts on 22nd Sept in Mosul and 29th Sept in Erbil. Introductory Cert in Procurement & Logistics – Humanitarian Context Endorsed by CILT International as a recognized CPD programme Aim: To provide participants with an introduction to some of the key principles of Procurement & Logistics in a Humanitarian context. Objectives: Understanding: To introduce participants to the procurement & logistics world and expand their understanding of a humanitarian response from a logistics perspective. Critical Thinking: To review actual events and the implications of decisions made. Capacity Building: To build the capacity of the attendees so they can be prepared for working in the humanitarian sector Planning: Plan effective processes for procurement, warehousing, fleet, assets and distribution Procedures: Identify the key…
21 Jul 2019
Dear NCCI local members, We are kindly inviting you to nominate your staff member for the Finance and HR workshops as mentioned in details below. 1- Budgeting & Reporting, one day in Erbil and another one in Baghdad Targeted staff: finance management staff with accounting background Erbil: 30th July 2019 Baghdad 4 August 2019 Training purpose: budgeting overview, its types and train NNGOs staff on operating budget, proposal budget, reporting, annual reports and DNGO requirements and Donor report. 2- Enhance HR management for NNGOs, one day in Erbil and another one in Baghdad. Targeted staff: HR staff (assistant or officer) Erbil: 31st July 2019 Baghdad: 5th August 2019 Training purpose: train NNGOs staff on HR main responsibilities, recruitment, policy, HR…
Training description: Organized by Geneva Call, with the support and collaboration of ECHO, a two day International humanitarian law (IHL) training on IHL and why does it matter for humanitarian action  in armed conflict is available for international humanitarian organisations that wish to increase their knowledge of the rules of war. This training was tailored by Geneva Call to clarify the content of IHL –including the qualification of armed conflicts–, and its importance for humanitarian actors, to address its similarities and differences with international human rights law, and to disseminate the rules applicable to parties to non-international armed conflicts. Moreover, it will tackle the rules on conduct of hostilities and the protection of civilians. The themes covered will include: What…
20 Sep 2016
The Humanitarian Needs Assessment E-learning program is designed to provide an overview of the Humanitarian Needs Assessment process. The process can look very different depending on the scale of a disaster, the role of humanitarian organizations involved and the resources available to any particular organization or to organizations collectively at the country level. We’ll look at assessment from various angles—from the field level to the capitol level—and we’ll see the process through the eyes of an assessment coordinator as well as enumerators on the ground. This course has been prepared by KoBoToolbox at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative in collaboration with UNOCHA. The  course is free. Upon completion, a certificate of participation from the Humanitarian Academy at Harvard is offered. URL…
15 Jun 2016
The Sphere Handbook in Action e-learning course aims to strengthen the effective use of the Sphere Handbook, Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response. Taking the course is free of charge. No academic qualifications are required. Each person may take the course at her or his own pace. Main features The course brings the Handbook to life through the use of realistic scenarios, helping the learner to get acquainted with its core messages and to understand how to use it holistically. The course will be beneficial to anyone involved in humanitarian response: from people new to Sphere principles and standards to experienced humanitarian workers who already work with them but may appreciate tips on how to use them better.…