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Monthly Networking meeting for African NGOs (November)

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:57:44 +0000

Organization: Humentum
Start date: 23 Nov 2021
End date: 23 Nov 2021
Registration deadline: 23 Nov 2021

The Practice of Collective Action: share tools and tips to help your organization become more resilient.

Join Humentum’s regularly scheduled virtual networking meetings, designed to bring African NGO staff together to talk with peers, who are all facing the same challenges, these meetings will help to build organizational resiliency.

For the month of November, we will be looking at Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) good practices for NGOs.

We will be joined by guest speaker Amanda Fleetwood to discuss the ethical standards and cross-cutting principles of MEAL.

How to register:

Visit the event page and click register. Once registered you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to join the event.

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Monthly networking meeting for Kenya NGOs

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:56:09 +0000

Organization: Humentum
Start date: 7 Dec 2021
End date: 7 Dec 2021
Registration deadline: 7 Dec 2021

Designed as a networking opportunity for NGO staff based in Kenya. Join Humentum and Global Network of Civil Society Organizations for Disaster Reduction (GNDR) as they discus North - South Partnerships – How have the North South Partnerships influenced the way non-profits work? The lows and highs. Can the process get better?

How to register:

Visit the event page and click register. Once registered you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to join the event.

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Monthly networking meeting for Kenya NGOs

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:53:21 +0000

Organization: Humentum
Start date: 16 Nov 2021
End date: 16 Nov 2021
Registration deadline: 16 Nov 2021

Designed as a networking opportunity for NGO staff based in Kenya. Join Humentum this month as we look at Technology and Non-profits – How can non-profits build on technological innovations to reach more people and enhance the quality of their interventions?

How to register:

Visit the event page and click register. Once registered you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to join the event.

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The Rising Tide of ESG Investing

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:51:21 +0000

Organization: Humentum
Start date: 1 Dec 2021
End date: 1 Dec 2021
Registration deadline: 1 Dec 2021

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing is a growing philosophy used to guide investing among INGOs as well as other entities. ESG investing looks at the environmental impact, social standards, and governance practices of investment options to keep investments aligned with the mission and vision of the investor. Join this webinar, presented with Mutual of America, to learn how your organization can implement ESG Investing without a decrease in returns.

This webinar will feature content and a Q&A with an optional discussion/networking session in the last 30 minutes.

How to register:

Visit the event page and click register. Once registered you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to join the event.

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USAID and Foreign Assistance Reform

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:48:42 +0000

Organization: Humentum
Start date: 3 Nov 2021
End date: 3 Nov 2021
Registration deadline: 3 Nov 2021

Please join Humentum in hosting Randy Tift, former USAID Chief Acquisition and Assistance Policy Officer and a leader of the USAID reform effort under former Administrator Mark Green, Effective Partnering and Procurement Reform.

Randy is developing a policy paper addressing USAID and foreign assistance reform. He wants to offer a framing for a reform agenda that can weave together performance based, locally led, and collaborative / adaptive approaches.

This session will provide an opportunity for members to provide input to these reform proposals for publication later this year. The discussion will follow Chatham House rule for confidentiality and anonymity regarding comments.

How to register:

Visit the event page and click register. Once registered you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to join the event.

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Online Knowledge Management Training

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:39:30 +0000

Organization: IMA International
Start date: 25 Apr 2022
End date: 3 Jun 2022
Registration deadline: 22 Apr 2022

This Knowledge Management (KM) online training course is a 6-week programme specifically designed for key personnel in NGOs, government, UN agencies and private sector organisations. You work from the comfort of your own home or office. Designed to fit around your schedule and allow you to learn when you learn best. You complete the paced course over 6 weeks with facilitated, scheduled live meetings, including four fixed date webinars. You will join a peer group of participants from different organisations and countries.

Practical exercises and reflection activities
5 guided 90-minute group webinars (recordings made available)
Paired and peer group work
Presentations and video inputs
Written resources and links
Relevant case studies
Opportunity to apply KM and Knowledge Sharing (KS) tools in your workplace
User-friendly platform for accessing all materials, presentations and resources, sharing with your peer group and uploading your regular assignments to a dedicated portfolio
Scheduled access to mentors
Personalised mentoring session within 3 months after the course

Module 1: KM Fundamentals Module 2: Making a case for KM Module 3: Realising KM Module 4: KM Environment Module 5: KM Assessments Module 6: Feedback Module 7: Learning from failure Module 8: Documentation and lessons learned Module 9: Existing KS opportunitiesModule 10: KS Methods Module 11: KS Tools Module 12: KM Strategy

Skills you will be able to apply after the course:

• advocate convincingly for effective knowledge sharing

• foster an enabling environment in your own organisation that encourages knowledge sharing

• conduct a knowledge management assessment of your organisation

• practically use knowledge sharing tools and techniques

• develop a knowledge management strategy to institutionalise KM practices within your organisation

How long: the 6 week programme will take between 30-40 hours to complete including: contact hours; self-study and reflection; peer and paired work; pre and post course learning.

You are awarded a KM certificate after completing the course and fulfilling all course criteria.

How to register:

Apply Online

Contact post@imainternational.com for any questions

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Online Knowledge Management Training

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:38:52 +0000

Organization: IMA International
Start date: 14 Feb 2022
End date: 25 Mar 2022
Registration deadline: 11 Feb 2022

This Knowledge Management (KM) online training course is a 6-week programme specifically designed for key personnel in NGOs, government, UN agencies and private sector organisations. You work from the comfort of your own home or office. Designed to fit around your schedule and allow you to learn when you learn best. You complete the paced course over 6 weeks with facilitated, scheduled live meetings, including four fixed date webinars. You will join a peer group of participants from different organisations and countries.

Practical exercises and reflection activities
5 guided 90-minute group webinars (recordings made available)
Paired and peer group work
Presentations and video inputs
Written resources and links
Relevant case studies
Opportunity to apply KM and Knowledge Sharing (KS) tools in your workplace
User-friendly platform for accessing all materials, presentations and resources, sharing with your peer group and uploading your regular assignments to a dedicated portfolio
Scheduled access to mentors
Personalised mentoring session within 3 months after the course

Module 1: KM Fundamentals Module 2: Making a case for KM Module 3: Realising KM Module 4: KM Environment Module 5: KM Assessments Module 6: Feedback Module 7: Learning from failure Module 8: Documentation and lessons learned Module 9: Existing KS opportunitiesModule 10: KS Methods Module 11: KS Tools Module 12: KM Strategy

Skills you will be able to apply after the course:

• advocate convincingly for effective knowledge sharing

• foster an enabling environment in your own organisation that encourages knowledge sharing

• conduct a knowledge management assessment of your organisation

• practically use knowledge sharing tools and techniques

• develop a knowledge management strategy to institutionalise KM practices within your organisation

How long: the 6 week programme will take between 30-40 hours to complete including: contact hours; self-study and reflection; peer and paired work; pre and post course learning.

You are awarded a KM certificate after completing the course and fulfilling all course criteria.

How to register:

Apply Online

Contact post@imainternational.com for any questions

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Online Knowledge Management Training

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:38:11 +0000

Organization: IMA International
Start date: 13 Dec 2021
End date: 28 Jan 2022
Registration deadline: 10 Dec 2021

This Knowledge Management (KM) online training course is a 6-week programme specifically designed for key personnel in NGOs, government, UN agencies and private sector organisations. You work from the comfort of your own home or office. Designed to fit around your schedule and allow you to learn when you learn best. You complete the paced course over 6 weeks with facilitated, scheduled live meetings, including four fixed date webinars. You will join a peer group of participants from different organisations and countries.

Practical exercises and reflection activities
5 guided 90-minute group webinars (recordings made available)
Paired and peer group work
Presentations and video inputs
Written resources and links
Relevant case studies
Opportunity to apply KM and Knowledge Sharing (KS) tools in your workplace
User-friendly platform for accessing all materials, presentations and resources, sharing with your peer group and uploading your regular assignments to a dedicated portfolio
Scheduled access to mentors
Personalised mentoring session within 3 months after the course

Module 1: KM Fundamentals Module 2: Making a case for KM Module 3: Realising KM Module 4: KM Environment Module 5: KM Assessments Module 6: Feedback Module 7: Learning from failure Module 8: Documentation and lessons learned Module 9: Existing KS opportunitiesModule 10: KS Methods Module 11: KS Tools Module 12: KM Strategy

Skills you will be able to apply after the course:

• advocate convincingly for effective knowledge sharing

• foster an enabling environment in your own organisation that encourages knowledge sharing

• conduct a knowledge management assessment of your organisation

• practically use knowledge sharing tools and techniques

• develop a knowledge management strategy to institutionalise KM practices within your organisation

For the course starting on the 13th December the provisional webinar dates are on the 13th December, (followed by a 2-week long break for Christmas), 7th,14th,21th,28th January all at 12pm (GMT).

How long: the 6 week programme will take between 30-40 hours to complete including: contact hours; self-study and reflection; peer and paired work; pre and post course learning.

You are awarded a KM certificate after completing the course and fulfilling all course criteria.

How to register:

Apply Online

Contact post@imainternational.com for any questions

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Online Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) training

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:36:29 +0000

Organization: IMA International
Start date: 6 Dec 2021
End date: 28 Jan 2022
Registration deadline: 3 Dec 2021

This Monitoring, Evaluation Accountability and Learning online course is a 8-week programme specifically designed for development workers in NGOs, government, UN agencies and private sector organisations. We know you and your organisation want to become more effective. We believe you can do this by enhancing MEAL practices.
The course addresses MEAL for the entire results chain, and enables you to understand the importance of using information and knowledge for learning and evidence-based decision making.
Understand how to develop a learning M&E system, use new digital technologies, and explore techniques for monitoring remotely.
You work from the comfort of your own home or office. You complete the course over 8 weeks with facilitated, scheduled live meetings.
You will join a peer group of participants from different organisations and countries. IMA International facilitators will guide and mentor your learning process, providing you with:

  1. Practical exercises and reflection activities
  2. 6 guided 90-minute group webinars
  3. Paired and peer group work
  4. Presentations and video inputs
  5. Written resources and links
  6. Relevant case studies
  7. User-friendly platform for accessing all materials, presentations and resources, sharing with your peer group and uploading your regular assignments to a dedicated portfolio
  8. Scheduled access to mentors
  9. Personalised mentoring session as 3-month follow up

For the course starting on the 6th December the provisional webinar dates are on the 9th and 16th December, (followed by a 2-week long break for Christmas), 6th,13th,20th,27th January all at 12pm (GMT).

How long: the 8 week programme will take between 30-40 hours to complete including: contact hours; self-study and reflection; peer and paired work; pre and post course learning.

How to register:

Apply Online

Contact post@imainternational.com for more information

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(Online) Project Monitoring Techniques Training

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:34:45 +0000

Organization: IMA International
Start date: 7 Feb 2022
End date: 18 Mar 2022
Registration deadline: 4 Feb 2022

This six-week online course brings together tried and tested techniques to design relevant Real-Time Monitoring systems for adaptive projects and programmes. By learning how data and information can help make evidence based decisions, staff will have the enthusiasm to gather, analyse and use information in their projects while providing quality ongoing formative evaluation for organisation policymakers.

Alongside innovative, flexible methods for tracking real-time progress, we show you how to analyse and present data to efficiently manage output progress and the higher outcomes. Both qualitative and quantitative methods will be explored and their powerful combination utilised.
It is essential that participants have a sound existing knowledge of current M&E practice. A functional knowledge of basic spreadsheet use (e.g. MS Excel) would also be useful, you will be working in groups, improving your own project monitoring systems and sharing with your group and tutors.
IMA International facilitators will guide and mentor your learning process, providing you with:

  1. Practical exercises and reflection activities
  2. 4 guided 90-minute group webinars (recordings made available) & 2 one- to-one session with your facilitator
  3. Peer-based group work
  4. Presentations and video inputs
  5. Written resources and links
  6. Relevant case studies
  7. User-friendly platform for accessing all materials, presentations and resources, sharing with your peer group and uploading your regular assignments to a dedicated portfolio
  8. Scheduled access to mentors
  9. Personalised mentoring session within 3 months after the course

For the course starting on the 7th February the provisional webinar dates are on the 11th, 18th February and 4th and 18th March all at 12pm (GMT).

How long: the 6 week programme will take between 30-40 hours to complete including: contact hours; self-study and reflection; peer and paired work; pre and post course learning.

How to register:

Apply Online

Contact post@imainternational.com for more information

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Online Sustainable Finance training

Thu, 28 Oct 2021 02:32:11 +0000

Organization: IMA International
Start date: 24 Jan 2022
End date: 4 Mar 2022
Registration deadline: 21 Jan 2022

The Sustainable Finance course is a 6-module online programme designed for managers and other staff who need to use financial skills in their work, but are not trained accountants. They may be working internationally in NGOs, government, UN agencies or private sector.
The course comprises of 6 modules. Each module starts with the basics, and together they build a thorough working knowledge of financial management in international development organisations.
We use a mixture of interactive approaches. The online guided learning includes audio and video recordings with facilitator input and individual activities. Each module provides you with the practical skills not only to know how the numbers are calculated, but also how to use financial information and systems in decision-making.
You will learn to use the techniques in your own organisation and with partners, and so see better decision-making and programme impact. Each module includes a range of tools and materials to use in your organisation’s activities.

IMA International facilitators will guide and mentor your learning process, providing you with:

  1. Practical exercises and reflection activities
  2. 6 guided 90-minute group webinars(recordings made available)
  3. Presentations and video inputs
  4. User-friendly platform for accessing all materials, presentations and resources, sharing with your peer group and uploading your regular work to a dedicated portfolio
  5. Written resources and web links
  6. Relevant case studies
  7. Opportunity to apply financial management skills and techniques in your workplace
  8. Scheduled access to tutors
  9. Personalised mentoring session as a 3-month follow up (available after completion of all 6 modules).

Each module is a mix of;

  • Tutor contact,
  • Guided self-study and reflection,
  • Pre- and post-course learning
  • A facilitated, scheduled webinar (up to 90mins).

For the course starting on the 24th January the provisional webinar dates are on the 28th January, 4th,10th,17th and 24th February and 3rd March all at 10am (GMT).

We recommend taking the whole course of 6 modules, however if there is a particular module that would benefit you and your organisation is it possible to complete just that one. Please contact us at post@imainternational.com and we can book your place.

How to register:

Apply Online

With any questions contact post@imainternational.com for more information

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Security Awareness & First Aid (HEAT) 3-day Training

Tue, 26 Oct 2021 03:56:44 +0000

Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Organization: International Location Safety (ILS)
Start date: 31 Jan 2022
End date: 2 Feb 2022
Registration deadline: 28 Jan 2022

Our three day Security Awareness & First Aid training (SAFA) programme is delivered regularly in the UK (close to Gatwick Airport) and Kenya (close to Nairobi).

The course is delivered by a mixed gender team of professional security advisors and medics, using up-to-date theory and best practice principles on risk mitigation, informed by our ongoing risk advisory field work around the world.

Throughout the programme the instructors link three distinct topics:

Human Security
  • The human factors that affect safety and security. Our team help delegates to understand the 'drivers’ to interpersonal violence, and their own attitudes and responses to it.
Physical Security
  • Abduction, blast threats, vehicle check points, weapon effects; the ILS team explore and explain tactics employed by armed actors around the world. Delegates will learn how to reduce their personal and team vulnerabilities to these threats.
First Aid
  • Basic Life Support for remote locations where access to definitive care is not easily accessible. The reality of delivering this kind of first aid can mean improvising equipment, and making difficult and pressured decisions.

At the end of the training, delegates will be able to:

  • Conduct a context analysis and a personal travel risk assessment
  • Explain their personal responses to risk
  • Identify measures that reduce personal and team vulnerability to a range of threats
  • Describe actions to take in the event of an incident occurring to reduce its impact
  • List key protective equipment that can be used to increase personal safety
  • Demonstrate how to communicate effectively during a critical incident
  • Practice Basic Life Support
How to register:

Book Online: https://www.locationsafety.com/training-calendar

Enquiries: info@locationsafety.com

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HDFF: Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT)

Tue, 26 Oct 2021 03:54:59 +0000

Country: Thailand
Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
Start date: 21 Feb 2022
End date: 25 Feb 2022
Registration deadline: 5 Feb 2022

HDFF’s Flagship Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) is an advanced safety training that addresses primarily implementing personnel but also management and safety related personnel needs of (I)NGOs, Governmental and UN agencies, international civilian and corporates working, based or traveling into or through so-called “Red Countries” (high risk level or deemed as such by insurances and foreign service advisories high risk areas of a medium risk country). This HEAT training aims to improve participants’ security awareness and handling of potential dangerous situation skills in a hostile environment, following international regulations in these kind of settings. As this is a chief responsibility for employers, this training will contribute to a high “Duty of Care” profile of the organization as well. The HEAT training will be conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive trainers in an utmost safe way for participants taking in consideration an extremely high level of participatory activities and has in its core a three day scenario based practical Field Simulation. And it's the only Asian institute of Technology (AIT) certified HEAT training in Asia.

Objectives:

· To increase the understanding of pro-active security and basic field measures taken before, during and after a mission in hostile field environment

· To enhance the resilience of personnel in hazardous environments by knowing how to manage dangerous situations and related stress, e.g. checkpoint behavior, ambush/active shooter, hostile crowds, IED, weapons effects, kidnapping, rescue by force, First Aid and fire fighting in the field

· To be able to act as a team member in hostile environments and stressful situations as well as manage individual stress situations plus understand basics of PTSD

How to register:

To apply you may register via email by completing the following steps:

  1. Email info@hdff.org or herrmann@hdff.org
  2. Receive a registration form & sign back
  3. Receive e-mail confirmation with attach invoice and documents for details and references
  4. Payment 10 days in advance or apply early bird discount
  5. Receive a soft copy of receipt of payment thru e-mail and on the training day (actual receipt)Attend the training

Course Code: HDFF:HEAT#2022_1**

Training Discount Policy:** : Group Discount – register 3 Participants and the 4th participant pays 30% full price.

Contact Us:

Email: info@hdff.org or herrmann@hdff.org
Telephone: +66 (0)2 617 7020
Website: http://hdff.org/

HDFF reserves the right to make changes to training events on short notice.

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HDFF: Advanced Management/Anti-Corruption Training 2022

Tue, 26 Oct 2021 03:53:41 +0000

Country: Thailand
Organization: Human Development Forum Foundation
Start date: 9 Feb 2022
End date: 10 Feb 2022
Registration deadline: 31 Jan 2022

Many organizations face a complex struggle in many project implementation processes between corruption on one side and anti-corruption laws on the other. Many situations related to corruption evolve over time and it is sometimes unclear whether it is question of corruption or “cultural habits”. Using role play and interactive training settings, HDFF designed a course for laymen to better understand organizational requirements as well as individual awareness towards corruption-related issues. This two-day workshop style training designed by HDFF seeks to build key capacities in anti-corruption legal requirements working with donors/ investors as well as basic ideas for related organizational policies.

Objectives:**

· Core legal framework knowledge (e.g. US FCPA, UK Bribery Act)

· Providing knowledge on standard practices against corruption

· Organizational policies against corruption Intercultural aspects

How to register:

To apply you may register via email by completing the following steps:

  1. Email info@hdff.org
  2. Receive a registration form & sign back
  3. Receive e-mail confirmation with attach invoice and documents for details and references
  4. Payment 10 days in advance or apply early bird discount
  5. Receive a soft copy of receipt of payment thru e-mail and on the training day (actual receipt)Attend the training

Course Code: HDFF:GMAMACT#2022_1**

Training Discount Policy:

Discount Category -1:Group Discount – register 3 Participants and the 4th pays 30% full price.

Discount Category-2 : Corporate Discount please contact info@hdff.org

Contact Us:
Email: info@hdff.org
Telephone: +66 (0)2 617 7020
Website: http://hdff.org/

HDFF reserves the right to make changes to training events on short notice.

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Gestion financière d’un projet humanitaire - e-learning

Tue, 26 Oct 2021 03:51:18 +0000

Organization: Bioforce
Start date: 25 Nov 2021
End date: 23 Dec 2021
Registration deadline: 25 Nov 2021

Dates : 25 novembre - 23 décembre 2021

Lieu : e-learning (à distance)

Mettre en oeuvre un projet humanitaire (urgence ou développement), c’est en assurer l’équilibre financier : découvrez dans cette formation tous les outils de la gestion financière et leur utilisation pour la conception, la gestion et le suivi d’un projet de solidarité.

Les + d’une formation e-learning Le e-learning c’est toute la pédagogie Bioforce accessible à distance et à votre rythme. Sur notre plateforme d’apprentissage en ligne, travaux de groupe, tests de progression, séquences d’auto-apprentissage rythmeront votre expérience. Des supports ludiques et interactifs (quizz, jeux…) vous aideront à tester vos connaissances. Et vous pourrez toujours compter sur le soutien individualisé de l’équipe pédagogique (seulement 5% de décrocheurs, soit 10 fois moins que lors d’un MOOC classique !).

Profils cibles Cette formation est faite pour vous si vous correspondez à l’un des critères suivants :

  • Vous êtes un administrateur et vous souhaitez améliorer vos compétences en gestion financière.
  • Vous travaillez dans la gestion de projet ou la logistique et vous devez approfondir votre compréhension des outils de gestion financière d’un projet humanitaire.
  • Vous travaillez dans l’humanitaire et vous souhaitez développer une carrière dans l’administration et la finance.

Pré-requis obligatoire Maîtriser les fonctions minimum d’Excel (mise à jour des données d’un tableau existant, modification de présentation des cellules, fonction copier/coller, création d’un tableau, addition et soustraction, division et multiplication, calcul de pourcentage).
technique Posséder un ordinateur portable équipé du logiciel Excel (version 2007 minimum) et des outils bureautiques classiques (exemple : pack Office). Disposer d’une connexion internet fiable et de qualité et posséder le matériel nécessaire à la réalisation d’échanges audio et vidéo.

Objectifs En participant à cette formation, vous serez en mesure de déterminer et mettre en place les outils financiers adaptés à votre projet pour une gestion efficace de ses ressources. Et plus particulièrement vous saurez :

  • Participer au processus d’élaboration budgétaire
  • Utiliser les outils et les méthodes comptables de base pour assurer la comptabilité d’un projet sur le terrain (comptabilité partie simple)
  • Garantir la sécurité et la disponibilité des fonds sur une mission (trésorerie)
  • Utiliser les outils et les méthodes pour assurer le contrôle et le pilotage budgétaire des activités

Toutes les informations (programme, formateurs, possibilités de financement, formulaire d’inscription…) : https://www.bioforce.org/formation/gestion-financiere-dun-projet-humanitai...

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Bioforce est l’école humanitaire de référence depuis plus de 35 ans. Ses formations sont développées en étroite collaboration avec les ONG pour s’adapter en permanence aux réalités du terrain. Chaque année, plus de 2500 personnes concrétisent leur engagement avec Bioforce.

How to register:

https://www.bioforce.org/formation/gestion-financiere-dun-projet-humanitai...

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Atténuation des risques de violence basée sur le genre dans les programmes humanitaires et de développement

Mon, 25 Oct 2021 02:23:54 +0000

Organization: Action Against Hunger Canada
Start date: 8 Nov 2021
End date: 10 Nov 2021
Registration deadline: 31 Oct 2021
À PROPOS

Action contre la Faim s’engage à intégrer une approche transformatrice de genre dans tous nos programmes, et à réduire les inégalités de genre et à atténuer la violence basée sur le genre à tous les niveaux. Cette formation sur l’atténuation des risques de VBG soutient notre objectif fondamental de faire progresser l’égalité des genres et permettra aux participant.e.s de répondre aux priorités clés du Plan stratégique international 2021-2025. Cette formation de 3 demi-journées, animée par l’Unité internationale de genre d’Action contre la Faim, est conçue pour les professionnel.le.s de la programmation qui souhaitent mieux connaître les concepts fondamentaux de la VBG et la manière d’intégrer les mesures d’atténuation des risques de VBG tout au long du cycle du programme.

OBJECTIFS D’APPRENTISSAGE
  • Comprendre l’importance d’intégrer l’atténuation des risques de violence basée sur le genre dans les programmes de sécurité alimentaire et de nutrition
  • Identifier les éléments clés des programmes de sécurité alimentaire et de nutrition sensibles à la VBG
  • Connaître des principales considérations relatives à la VBG requises pour la collecte de données et le suivi à différentes étapes du cycle de projet
SUJETS
  • VBG et ses concepts fondamentaux
  • Causes et conséquences de la VBG
  • Adapter les outils aux considérations et d’atténuation des risques de VBG
  • Évaluation de programme – Outils d’adaptation
  • Prise en compte de la VBG dans la rédaction de la proposition (narrative et de budget)
  • Prise en compte de la VBG dans la rédaction des propositions (suivi et évaluation)
PUBLIC CIBLE

Des professionnel.le.s de la programmation qui souhaitent une meilleure comprehension des concepts de base de la VBG et de la manière d’intégrer les mesures d’atténuation des risques de VBG tout au long du cycle du programme (personnel du programme, gestionnaires, coordonnateur.trice.s, analystes, personnel de MEAL, agent.e.s chargé du rapport)

EXIGENCES MINIMALES

Non applicable

EXIGENCES TECHNOLOGIQUES

Les participant.e.s doivent avoir un accès stable à Internet car le cours sera animé sur le système de gestion de l’apprentissage d’Action contre la Faim.

ANIMATRICES

Clara Ituero, Conseillère en Genre, Action contre la Faim Canada
Zuhra Aman, Conseillère MEAL, Action contre la Faim Canada

CONTACT

Si vous avez des questions, veuillez contacter l’Unité genre (genderunit at actioncontrelafaim.ca)

How to register:

Pour plus d'informations et pour montrer votre intérêt, veuillez visiter : https://actionagainsthunger.ca/fr/events/j6vdf/

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Suivi et évaluation de la santé dans un contexte dynamique (S&E) -Bourses d'etudes de Orange Knowledge Programme

Mon, 25 Oct 2021 02:22:00 +0000

Country: Netherlands
Organization: Royal Tropical Institute
Start date: 15 Aug 2022
End date: 26 Aug 2022
Registration deadline: 24 Feb 2022

Cours en français:
Ce cours pour praticiens expérimentés fourni aux participants les meilleurs et plus récentes connaissances, techniques, et outils de Suivi & Évaluation (S&E, ou M&E en anglais) permettant de répondre à des questions telles que:

Quels modèles, cadres analytiques, et outils sont adaptés à une évaluation spécifique? Comment équilibrer les perspectives de différentes parties prenantes?

Les compétences de Suivi & Évaluation sont des outils essentiels pour agir dans un environnement dynamique dans le secteur du développement. Ces compétences appuient la prise de décision et permettent d’augmenter l’impact d’un projet en maximisant les opportunités d’apprentissage disponibles.

Ce cours est destiné aux cadres supérieurs qui sont pleinement engagés dans la planification, la gestion, et l’évaluation des réformes du secteur de la santé dans les pays en voie de développement. Ces cadres supérieurs peuvent être des employés dans les Ministères de la Santé, ils peuvent travailler dans des ambassades, organisations internationales, ou organisations non gouvernementales qui coopèrent avec les Ministères de la Santé sur les réformes actuelles du secteur de santé.

Objectifs

Le but de ce cours est de fournir aux participants une connaissance large des méthodes et outils de Suivi & Évaluation avancés, ainsi que de savoir comment les appliquer de manière appropriée dans le secteur de la santé des pays en voie de développement. À la fin du cours, les participants seront en mesure de:

  • Comparer et discuter les concepts fondamentaux qui soutiennent les systèmes de Suivi & Évaluation et les évaluations des programmes de santé parmi les systèmes de santé
  • Formuler la stratégie de Suivi & Évaluation la plus adaptée à une situation donnée, développer un plan de Suivi & Évaluation, comparer et adapter des modèles d’évaluation, outils, et indicateurs
  • Apprécier et sélectionner de nouvelles et innovantes approches de Suivi & Évaluation, partant de l’utilisation de technologies jusqu’à de nouveaux cadres théoriques
  • Analyser de manière critique comment l’architecture de l’aide au développement et la multiplicité des parties prenantes d’un système de santé influencent la conception d’une stratégie, la participation des acteurs, et la prise de décision pour le Suivi & Évaluation
How to register:

For more information and to apply in our online application system visit:
https://www.kit.nl/study/course/suivi-et-evaluation-de-la-sante-dans-un-co...

Financement
Les nécessités financières pour couvrir la totalité des co슩ts liés aux études (cours, logement, assurance, etc.) sont à la seule et unique responsabilité du ou de la participant-e. Le KIT n’offre aucun support financier ni de bourse d’étude.

Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP)
Pour ce cours et d’autres au KIT, des financements auprès du Orange Knowledge Programme sont disponibles pour les candidats en provenance des pays inclus dans la liste OKP Liste Pays (en Anglais). Voir le site OKP pour plus d’informations. Les candidatures pour les financements OKP sont à faire à travers le portail de candidature ATLAS, de l’OKP.
La date limite de candidature OKP (ATLAS) pour 2022-2023 est le Mars 2022.
Attention : la candidature académique au KIT doit être reçue au plus tard 1 mois avant la clôture de la candidature OKP (c’est-à-dire le 24 Février 2022 au plus tard). Nous vous recommandons de candidater le plus tôt possible au KIT
Voir les instructions détaillés sur le site OKP.

Summary practical information:
Periode du cours: du 15/08/2022 au 26/08/2022
Duree du cours: 2 semaines

Date limite candidature au financement OKP: 01/03/2022
Date limite candidature KIT avec financement OKP: 24/02/2022 Date limite candidature KIT autre financement: 01/07/2022
EC: 3
Lieu d'enseignement: KIT, Amsterdam
Langue: Français

EUR 2220 Early Bird / Frais de scolarite en avance (si payé avant le 1er Mai 2022)
EUR 2650 Frais de scolarite normaux
(This fee covers the course fee and study material. It does not include any other costs incurred like travel costs, insurance, visa, accommodation, daily expenses and others)
Contact: courses@kit.nl

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Monitoring and Evaluation in a dynamic health environment (M&E) -Orange Knowledge Programme scholarships

Mon, 25 Oct 2021 02:20:22 +0000

Country: Netherlands
Organization: Royal Tropical Institute
Start date: 15 Aug 2022
End date: 26 Aug 2022
Registration deadline: 24 Feb 2022

What models, frameworks and tools are suitable for a specific evaluation? How to balance the perspectives of different stakeholders? This course aims to equip you with up-to-date knowledge and state-of-the-art M&E tools.

Monitoring and evaluation skills are essential tools for working in a dynamic development environment. Sectoral plans at national, regional or local levels require a strategic investment in management tools that facilitate informed decision making, planning and implementation. Contextual changes such as the new aid architecture and multi-stakeholder environments will be examined. Participants will become familiar with new M&E frameworks, techniques and the changing role of information technology. Developing appropriate monitoring and evaluation and management information systems will receive particular emphasis. Rational data collection for optimal usefulness while imposing minimal burden on staff is highlighted. Special attention will be given to making monitoring and evaluation systems equity aware and to balancing the ethical aspects of an evaluation.

Objectives

The aim of this short course is to provide participants with a broad knowledge of advanced monitoring and evaluation tools and methods, and how to appropriately apply these in the health sector in developing countries. At the end of the course the participants will be able to:

  • Compare and critically discuss the fundamental concepts that underpin effective monitoring and evaluation of health programs within health systems
  • Formulate the most appropriate M&E strategy in a given situation, develop M&E plans, contrast and adapt suitable evaluation designs, tools and indicators
  • Appraise and select new and innovative approaches to M&E ranging from the appropriate use of technology through to new theoretical frameworks and approaches
  • Critically analyse how aid architecture and multiple stakeholders in the health system influence the design of an M&E strategy as well as participation and decision making
Course Content

Sectoral plans at national, regional or local levels require a strategic investment in management tools that facilitate informed decision making, planning and implementation. Developing appropriate M&E and management information systems is being increasingly recognised as an essential component of any health program. This context is the basis for the course content:

  • Introduction to core concepts: overview of M&E, relationship between monitoring and evaluation and project cycle management
  • Developments and challenges: factors that influence M&E in relation to new architectures of aid, focusing on poverty and health, the multi-stakeholder environment, partnerships, Civil Society Organisation involvement and accountability,
  • Models and frameworks: advantages and limitations of commonly used approaches such as the logical framework approach, realist evaluation, theory of change, monitoring tools for human resources and economic models.
  • Methodology: use of quantitative and qualitative approaches, independent reviews and participative methods, developments in information technology and quality assurance systems
  • Different stakeholders: addressing and balancing perspectives of different stakeholders in decision making as well as level of participation by policy makers, donors, providers and beneficiaries
  • Making M&E equity aware: for example by ensuring data is gender disaggregated; and that the perspectives of minority, disadvantaged and marginalized groups are accommodated
  • Ethics: differences between evaluation and research, need for ethical approval, ethical conduct as an evaluator
How to register:

For more information and to apply in our online application system visit:
https://www.kit.nl/study/course/monitoring-and-evaluation-in-a-dynamic-hea...

There are scholarships available for this course from the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) . These are available for health professionals from 37 eligible countries.
Apply first to KIT for academic admission: by 24 February 2022 (at the latest)
Application deadline for OKP scholarship deadline: March 2022 (see website for more information)

Summary practical information:

Course dates: 15-08-2022 to 26-08-2022
Duration: 2 weeks
OKP scholarship application deadline: March 2022 (see website)
KIT application deadline academic admission for OKP applicants: 24-02-2022
KIT Application deadline other funding: 1-07-2022
ECTS: 3
Location: KIT Amsterdam
Language: English
EUR 2.220 Early Bird fee (if paid before 1 May 2022)
EUR 2.650 Normal course fee
(This fee covers the course fee and study material. It does not include any other costs incurred like travel costs, insurance, visa, accommodation, daily expenses and others)
Contact: courses@kit.nl

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Monitoring and Evaluation in a dynamic health environment (M&E)

Mon, 25 Oct 2021 02:17:42 +0000

Country: Netherlands
Organization: Royal Tropical Institute
Start date: 15 Aug 2022
End date: 26 Aug 2022
Registration deadline: 1 Jul 2022

What models, frameworks and tools are suitable for a specific evaluation? How to balance the perspectives of different stakeholders? This course aims to equip you with up-to-date knowledge and state-of-the-art M&E tools.

Monitoring and evaluation skills are essential tools for working in a dynamic development environment. Sectoral plans at national, regional or local levels require a strategic investment in management tools that facilitate informed decision making, planning and implementation. Contextual changes such as the new aid architecture and multi-stakeholder environments will be examined. Participants will become familiar with new M&E frameworks, techniques and the changing role of information technology. Developing appropriate monitoring and evaluation and management information systems will receive particular emphasis. Rational data collection for optimal usefulness while imposing minimal burden on staff is highlighted. Special attention will be given to making monitoring and evaluation systems equity aware and to balancing the ethical aspects of an evaluation.

Objectives

The aim of this short course is to provide participants with a broad knowledge of advanced monitoring and evaluation tools and methods, and how to appropriately apply these in the health sector in developing countries. At the end of the course the participants will be able to:

  • Compare and critically discuss the fundamental concepts that underpin effective monitoring and evaluation of health programs within health systems
  • Formulate the most appropriate M&E strategy in a given situation, develop M&E plans, contrast and adapt suitable evaluation designs, tools and indicators
  • Appraise and select new and innovative approaches to M&E ranging from the appropriate use of technology through to new theoretical frameworks and approaches
  • Critically analyse how aid architecture and multiple stakeholders in the health system influence the design of an M&E strategy as well as participation and decision making
Course Content

Sectoral plans at national, regional or local levels require a strategic investment in management tools that facilitate informed decision making, planning and implementation. Developing appropriate M&E and management information systems is being increasingly recognised as an essential component of any health program. This context is the basis for the course content:

  • Introduction to core concepts: overview of M&E, relationship between monitoring and evaluation and project cycle management
  • Developments and challenges: factors that influence M&E in relation to new architectures of aid, focusing on poverty and health, the multi-stakeholder environment, partnerships, Civil Society Organisation involvement and accountability,
  • Models and frameworks: advantages and limitations of commonly used approaches such as the logical framework approach, realist evaluation, theory of change, monitoring tools for human resources and economic models.
  • Methodology: use of quantitative and qualitative approaches, independent reviews and participative methods, developments in information technology and quality assurance systems
  • Different stakeholders: addressing and balancing perspectives of different stakeholders in decision making as well as level of participation by policy makers, donors, providers and beneficiaries
  • Making M&E equity aware: for example by ensuring data is gender disaggregated; and that the perspectives of minority, disadvantaged and marginalized groups are accommodated
  • Ethics: differences between evaluation and research, need for ethical approval, ethical conduct as an evaluator
How to register:

For more information and to apply in our online application system visit:
https://www.kit.nl/study/course/monitoring-and-evaluation-in-a-dynamic-hea...

There are scholarships available for this course from the Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) . These are available for health professionals from 37 eligible countries.
Apply first to KIT for academic admission: by 24 February 2022 (at the latest)
Application deadline for OKP scholarship deadline: March 2022 (see website for more information)

Summary practical information:

Course dates: 15-08-2022 to 26-08-2022
Duration: 2 weeks
OKP scholarship application deadline: March 2022 (see website)
KIT application deadline academic admission for OKP applicants: 24-02-2022 KIT Application deadline other funding: 1-07-2022
ECTS: 3
Location: KIT Amsterdam
Language: English
EUR 2.220 Early Bird fee (if paid before 1 May 2022)
EUR 2.650 Normal course fee
(This fee covers the course fee and study material. It does not include any other costs incurred like travel costs, insurance, visa, accommodation, daily expenses and others)
Contact: courses@kit.nl

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Master of Public Health: track in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Mon, 25 Oct 2021 02:05:36 +0000

Country: Netherlands
Organization: Royal Tropical Institute
Start date: 12 Sep 2022
End date: 1 Sep 2023
Registration deadline: 1 Jul 2022

This course is targeted at those who aspire to management positions in the public health. The MPH Track in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights is specifically for those who wish to work in SRHR focus domains which may include HIV and AIDS.

The Master of Public Health/International Course in Health Development (MPH/ICHD) is an annual 12-month MPH programme organized by the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU).

Participants can choose from the following study tracks:

  • Health Systems Policy & Management track
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health track

The MPH is accredited by the Netherlands-Flemish Accreditation Organization (NVAO).

Public health and health care in a changing environment

Health systems in low- and middle-income countries face a wide range of challenges:

  • inequities in health and health care
  • the overwhelming problems posed by the HIV pandemic
  • health sector reforms
  • epidemiological and demographic transitions with their double burden of disease
  • new partnerships between donors and other institutions
  • the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals and what lies beyond 2015
  • focus on quality of services and evidence-based public health

Providing an effective response to these issues requires well-trained professionals able to solve complex public health problems systematically and using a multi-sectoral approach.

MPH/ICHD participants have the option choosing between two tracks:

  • MPH /ICHD Health Systems Policy & Management track
  • MPH/ICHD Sexual and Reproductive Health track
Objectives

The ICHD/MPH is designed to develop the capacity of senior health managers to use an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to address health problems in their country. At the end of the programme, the public health manager should be able to:

  • critically analyse the health status of a population and identify health needs
  • appraise the role of health systems in terms of fundamental goals, functions, actors and performance
  • identify priorities and influence effective policy-making and strategic planning concerning interventions aiming at improving public health, taking into account scientific evidence and best practice
  • implement and monitor health interventions by managing human, financial and logistic resources
  • work professionally across different sectors, disciplines and institutional levels with public and private actors, and through advocacy, communication and networking
  • identify research needs, commission research, and critically analyse and use research results
  • incorporate a pro-poor and equity approach in all actions
  • continuously examine and critically reflect on own practice and values and adjust them accordingly
How to register:

For more information and to apply in our online application system visit:
https://www.kit.nl/health/training/master-public-health-track-sexual-reproductive-health/

There are scholarships available from the Orange Knowledge Fund (OKP) former NFP, for this course. These are available for health professionals from 37eligible countries.
Apply first to KIT for academic admission: by 24 February 2022 (at the latest)
Application deadline for OKP scholarship: March 2022

Read more: https://www.kit.nl/study/master/master-public-health-track-sexual-reproduc... Register first at KIT for academic admission

Summary practical information:

Course dates: from 12-09-2022 to 01-09-2023
Duration: 1 year
KIT application deadline academic admission for OKP scholarship applicants: 24-02-2022
OKP scholarship application deadline: March 2022
KIT Application deadline other funding: 01 July-2022
EC: 60
Location: KIT, Amsterdam
Language: English
Course fee 2022: € 18620 (This fee covers the course fee and study material. It does not include any other costs incurred like travel costs, insurance, visa, accommodation, daily expenses and others)
Contact: courses@kit.nl

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