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Germany: UN Country Teams (UNCT) Leadership Skills Course: Leveraging UN Country Teams for the 2030 Agenda - March

Wed, 16 Jan 2019 03:05:41 +0000

Organization: UN System Staff College
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 04 Mar 2019
Starting date: 18 Mar 2019
Ending date: 22 Mar 2019

Building on the repositioning process of the UN Development System, this executive 5-day programme will strengthen skills and capabilities required for UN leaders to drive the nationally owned and transformative 2030 Agenda, particularly in the areas of policy coherence, systems-thinking, strategic communications, and collaborative leadership. An exclusive feature of the programme focuses on experiential learning through a site visit, demonstrating the real-life interconnectedness of the 5Ps—people, planet, prosperity, partnership, and peace. In addition, you will receive a high impact professional and personalised media training at the studios of the German foreign broadcaster Deutsche Welle.

Introduction

We are all called to lead, to act, to change. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development represents an imperative for change for the United Nations. Significant changes in the structure, leadership, accountability mechanisms, and capacities of the UN Development System are required to ensure it is positioned to provide countries with the support they need to achieve the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The UN needs visionary and principled leadership across the system to address today’s challenging world. The UN needs leaders who stand up for UN values—leaders who inspire through their commitment to peace, justice, respect, human rights, tolerance, and solidarity.

This course will enable senior UN leaders to develop specific approaches to respond to the UN Secretary-General’s call for reforms to work towards 'a new generation of Country Teams that are tailored to the specific needs of each country'. Furthermore, this course will enable senior UN officials of UN Country Teams to strengthen their cross-pillar knowledge and experience in the areas of sustainable development and become stronger advocates to meet the ambition of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in line with national priorities and needs.

Participants will deepen their knowledge and sharpen their political acumen through engaging discussions with UN senior officials and subject matter experts. There will be opportunities to share practices through interactive peer-to-peer learning and workshops that unpack interagency concerns as well as individual agency contexts and develop solutions that leverage each UN agency’s strengths and expertise. This programme builds demand-driven policy support, cross-sectoral thinking, stakeholder engagement, systems-thinking, collaborative leadership, and communications skills. The course will also present concrete ways to apply these skills and capabilities in complex, highly-demanding country contexts and provide examples of maximising opportunities, minimising disruptions, while leaving no one behind.

Experiential learning methods such as a site visit, as well as a full day media training at the professional studios of the German broadcaster Deutsche Welle will complement the intense training programme.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will:

· Strengthen their knowledge of the vision and principles underlying the 2030 Agenda and effective approaches towards its implementation through practical means and mechanisms to sustainable development;

· Deep dive into the UN repositioning of the UN Development System and the implications for UN agencies at the country level and Resident Coordinators Offices;

· Have a common vision of the new generation of UNDAFs as a partnership framework for delivering the UN Development System’s collective response in support of the country’s sustainable development needs and priorities;

· Understand the defining characteristics of UN leadership and the various ways of working that exemplify these leadership characteristics—focusing on impact, driving transformational change, understanding systems-thinking, and catalysing co-creation;

· Acquire knowledge of mechanisms and tools that enhance policy coherence for sustainable development across the policy cycle to deepen UNCT’s integrated policy support to countries;

· Demonstrate improved consensus building and negotiation skills; including through real-life case examples;

· Be able to apply the art of effective and strategic communication to improve the quality of dialogue with partners and stakeholders, increase advocacy and highlight results achieved by the UN and partners in the context of the 2030 Agenda

Course Methodology

This face-to-face course combines inputs and lectures by subject matter experts and senior UN staff with opportunities for knowledge sharing and participatory exercises. Participants are led to apply their learning through experiential learning methodologies such as case studies, an engaging site visit, team discussions, and dialogues with the speakers.

Course Contents

Sustainable Development Vision and Principles; Challenges and opportunities of repositioning the UN Development System; Improving political acumen & negotiation skills; Strengthening strategic communication and advocacy skills.

Target Audience

· UN Resident Coordinators (RC) and RC Candidates
· Country Directors and Representatives of UN Agencies, Funds, and Programmes


How to register:

Course Dates and Venue

This course will run from 18 – 22 March 2019 in Bonn, Germany

Registration

For more information and to register, please go to http://bit.ly/UNCT2019-1

Deadline for enrolment is 4 March 2019.

Should you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact sustainable-development@unssc.org.

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Thailand: The 3rd Young Scholars Conference: Global Leadership in Crisis Overcoming the Divide: Towards Inclusive and Humane Societies

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:13:28 +0000

Organization: Asian Resource Foundation
Country: Thailand
Registration deadline: 30 Jan 2019
Starting date: 28 Feb 2019
Ending date: 01 Mar 2019

Introduction

In this Gods Kingdom, it has been a common desire of the people to live in peace, harmony, modest prosperity and dignity. For ages messengers, philosophers, political social scientists and philanthropists contributed towards this goal. In the process, God's kingdom has been divided into Nation States which are governed in many forms. Many of these geographical entities were colonized and in course of time these entities earned independence through long struggle.

The United Nations was established to be a platform to facilitate development cooperation so that each of the member states prospers. In case any conflict arises between and among states, the UN Charter requires that they be mediated so that with pacific settlement of disputes," peace shall prevail. Initial responsibility is given to the Security Council of the United Nations, which is composed of mainly powerful and rich countries who were the victorious power after the Second World War, dominated by the United States of America. They assume this role to offer moral and just leadership to ensure peace and security. But unfortunately the world has been witnessing crisis after crisis and how measurably they are failing.

For ages, scholars in various fields have developed concepts and theories, some of which have made extraordinary contributions and significant changes in social, economic and political spheres through research and experiments, sometimes under very difficult conditions. If we compare the 60’s and the 70s to the present, on the one hand there has indeed been revolution in technologies related to communication and information-sharing. As a result, there has been an expansion of democratic space in some countries. Yet, many people are still wondering what kind and type of Nation-State governance is most meaningful, given the changing context? Initially The Arab Spring did create a wave of optimistic enthusiasm, but there has been a wide gulf between expectations and achievements. As a result, the horizon remains shrouded in a fog of uncertainty spawned by sectarian conflict and overshadowed by chaos. Millions of people including children have had to flee and become refugee in their own land and millions have opted to becoming migrants in European and other countries. Thousands of them have lost their lives during the horrendous journey of flight and fright.

The Communication revolution in recent years has created opportunities for trans-border high-speed linkages. as well as for tourism, networking, economic cooperation and greater integration. Despite these gains, people and societies are facing many challenges. Some challenges are old and chronic, such as poverty and; unemployment. Gaps between the rich and the poor, as well as between the urban and the rural areas are widening. Women and indigenous communities have gained some ground but are yet to achieve equal rights and dignity. Other challenges, such as ethnic cleansing and rendition are new and often not fully understood or addressed.

We are in a post-Cold War era of "peace", but protracted civil wars, intra-faith and interfaith conflicts, hegemonic occupation, and extremism have claimed millions of lives. Even as migration and forced migration increases, so too does xenophobia and racism. The arms trade is continuing unabated, justified in the name of the security of the state. Millions of people have no access to clean water, basic health care and sanitation. Rapid economic globalization has created new problems for workers as well as the self-employed. Greed, selfishness and materialism are eroding values of caring and sharing. Religious and cultural values, respect for life and integrity of nature are being eroded, paving the way for power, profit and injustice to rule.

Grave environmental concerns have emerged. The challenge of climate change is real. The frequency of natural disasters has increased many-fold, and so has the suffering of millions of people.

It is true that conventional academic forums and conferences have been examining the present crisis and proposing future directions. At the same time, a growing number of young scholars are increasingly engaged in research work to respond to some of our contemporary challenges. They deserve more space to present their work and proposals for the future.

Why this Conference?

Since 2004, Asian Resource Foundation (ARF) and Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN) have been offering modest research fellowships to young scholars in Asia. Over 50 publications have resulted from such research. The International Institute of Peace and Development Studies (formerly known as the School of Peace Studies) has been offering short courses and facilitating exchange programs for young scholars and activists for the last 10 years, in cooperation with a number of Universities and Institutes in Asia.

The Bangladesh Institute of Islamic Thought (BIIT) is a think-tank which engages in research and in-depth studies for synthesizing education, culture & ethics. It is also a Bangladesh chapter of International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) based in Washington, United States.

We have received many requests and proposals from young scholars to provide space and a forum so that they could present their academic and research work. We fully recognize the potential of such young scholars.

The objective of this Conference is to offer such space and opportunities for the young scholars to present their academic work, develop networks, and enhance interaction with selected senior scholars in order to build bridges, networks and advocacy for a common future which is sustainable and peaceful.

Eligibility of the participants

Young scholars between the ages of 25 and 40 from universities, research institutes, lecturers, researchers, post-graduate students, NGO staff members, government and private sector employees engaged in research, academic and development work, will be the participants.

Selected senior scholars will also be invited to the Conference for a special session to exchange and interact with young scholars.

Submission of Abstract due 30th January 2019

Submission of Full Paper due 15th February 2019

Proposed Thematic Areas:

1. Envisioning the Future Leadership

2. Is Humanity Facing a Global Spiritual Crisis?

3. Youth in a Globalised World

  • Youth and social media
  • Young writers on contemporary social issues
  • Young women leaders in the social and political spheres

4. Xenophobia, Racism, Intolerance and Discrimination

  • Migrants in Europe
  • America under Donald Trump

5. The Nation State and Challenges for Peaceful Co-existence

  • Migration and social integration
  • Challenges of peace-building in multi-ethnic, multi-religious states
  • Challenges of sustainable development and food security for the Poor

6. Women’s Leadership in Addressing the Global Crisis

  • Confronting patriarchy
  • Promoting social justice
  • Promoting peace

7. Human Rights Advocacy and Trans-border Solidarity

8. Religion, Culture, Arts and Humanistic Values

9. Preventing Violent Extremism

10. Addressing Humanitarian Needs and Innovative Responses

CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT

International Institute of Peace and Development Studies (IIPDS)

Asian Resource Foundation (ARF)

Bangkok, Thailand.

Cell: +66-632429468

Email: iipds@arf-int.org


How to register:

Please download the application form at https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GdcMIKOeQlzl4w8-VFOZdfyLqJ0nK7EO and submit it together with your abstract at iipds@arf-int.org

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Germany: Global Mental Health: Public Health Approaches

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:11:59 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 13 May 2019
Starting date: 27 May 2019
Ending date: 31 May 2019

Mental disorders in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) do not attract local, national or global health policy attention, although accounting for a considerable burden of disease. The majority of people with mental disorders do not receive evidence-based care, leading to chronicity, suffering and increased costs of care.

Strengthening care and services for people with mental disorders is a priority and needs additional investment in human resources and piggy backing on existing public health programmes.

This course explores the different concepts of mental health, in their respective cultural settings, and addresses programme planning for this much neglected field of health affecting very marginalised populations.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Decision Making in Public Health: Evidence, Politics or Diplomacy?

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:11:56 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 06 May 2019
Starting date: 20 May 2019
Ending date: 24 May 2019

This course aims to provide students with the necessary tools to develop and to successfully implement evidence-informed decisions in health.

First: The module aims to equip students with the skills to systematically assess and critically appraise existing information (literature, reports, websites, databases - building on simple searches for high level authoritative evidence, or (if this is not available) developing concepts how to establish evidence-informed technical overviews).

Students learn to provide evidence for their own managerial decision-making, but also for communicating and translating such evidence into the process of changing and improving policy and practice.

Second: With case studies other approaches of decision-making in health, as often applied in practice, such as political or diplomacy-driven approaches will be identified. This aims to raise awareness of students to the different motives of stakeholders in decision-making.

Third: Strategies for ensuring the use of evidence-informed decisions will be discussed, with a focus on

  • Synthesis and presentation of evidence-informed analysis
  • Methods and tools that increase evidence relevance for practice, eg: involving decision – makers and communities, using effective communication strategies, action research case studies (current examples are given)

How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration: http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Proposal Writing as a Consultancy Skill

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:11:53 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 29 Apr 2019
Starting date: 13 May 2019
Ending date: 17 May 2019

This course provides practical knowledge and experience in writing funding proposals, in developing essential global health consultancy skills and the do’s and don’ts of working in the international arena.

It gives participants an introduction to consultancy and current trends in international cooperation and enables them to apply concepts and principles of proposal writing, development and design within the context of international health.

Participants learn about proposal formulation according to the rules of an international donor and how to use analytical and design tools such as situational analysis and log-frames. The course also focuses on improving participants’ personal writing skills.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Public Health and Disasters: Assessing and Responding to Health Care Needs in Natural Disasters and Complex Emergencies

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:11:38 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 15 Apr 2019
Starting date: 29 Apr 2019
Ending date: 10 May 2019

This course focuses on understanding health and health system impacts as well as health care needs in natural disasters (e.g. floods, earthquakes) and complex emergencies (e.g. armed conflicts). It looks at the role of public health in disaster situations, disaster preparedness and response, needs assessment methods and prioritisation.

This course aims to create awareness about the relief and development context in which international organisations work as well as the driving forces and determinants of inter-agency coordination in the field.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Financing Health Care: Concepts, Challenges and Practices

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:11:32 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 18 Mar 2019
Starting date: 01 Apr 2019
Ending date: 12 Apr 2019

Health financing systems are critical for reaching universal health coverage. This course provides an overview on the history of health care financing and the basic features of health care financing mechanisms in high-, middle-, and low-income countries. Among others it addresses the universal health coverage in regards to the Migration/Refugee Crisis.

It looks at the positive and normative foundations of health care financing and the features of different health care financing arrangements, e.g. resources collection and risk pooling, benefit package, provider contracting, and quality assurance.

Participants also learn about options and innovations in health care financing and discuss advantages and disadvantages of different systems, such as out-of-pocket systems, tax-based systems, insurance systems, and performance-based financing.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Leadership and Change Management in International Health

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:11:28 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 04 Mar 2019
Starting date: 18 Mar 2019
Ending date: 29 Mar 2019

This course explores advanced topics in leadership as it pertains to change management in dynamic health care environments found in low- and middle-income countries.

It introduces participants to concepts of leadership and change management, including principles of emotional intelligence and conflict management. Participants learn about culture sensitive issues of leadership and decision-making, the role of leadership in the context of corruption and health policy.

The course aims to equip future organisational leaders with the skills necessary to assess, plan, and implement organisational change in complex and uncertain conditions within the context of global health.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Organisational Approaches to Safeguarding

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:11:02 +0000

Organization: Global Child Protection Services Ltd
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Registration deadline: 11 Feb 2019
Starting date: 20 Feb 2019
Ending date: 20 Feb 2019

Audience

This workshop is aimed at staff with designated responsibility for safeguarding, especially safeguarding leads, in international aid and development organisations. It will be suitable for those new to this role as well as those with more experience who want to update their practice or take stock of progress so far with a view to making further improvements.

Objectives

· Understand current international aid and development sector commitments and approaches to safeguarding

· Introduction to reviewing organisational culture and the impact on safeguarding

· Assess how your organisation is delivering on key elements of safeguarding, your good practices and the challenges you face

· Gain knowledge and skills on effective tools, methodologies and approaches for building safer organisations

Understanding current sectoral commitments and approaches

The workshop will provide an overview of how safeguarding is now framed within the aid and development sector, donor initiatives and their implications, commitments made by key actors and what all of this means for organisations strengthening their own safeguarding approach and delivering on compliance requirements.

Introduction to reviewing organisational culture and the impact on safeguarding

The workshop will provide an introduction to reviewing organisational culture and the impact on safeguarding. You will explore the following questions:

· What is a strong safeguarding culture and what factors contribute to this? How can it be achieved?

· Where does power lie within your organisation and what are the implications of this for safeguarding?

Assessing and strengthening your organisation

The workshop will help you assess your organisation’s current safeguarding measures using a number of analytical tools. You will assess:

· How can international standards be applied and still be locally relevant in different contexts, and what does this mean for capacity building and partnership arrangements?

· How do you deal with safeguarding incidents, what does it mean to take a survivor centred approach?

The workshop will provide the opportunity to exchange good practices as well as reviewing the challenges your organisation faces in building a safer organisation in order to plan next steps in strengthening safeguarding in your organisation.

Gaining knowledge and skills

Through the workshop you will gain knowledge and skills on tools, methodologies and approaches that you can use to strengthen safeguarding in your organisation. GCPS has a range of tools and methodologies, a number of which will be provided and used during the day. You will also be signposted to additional resources. The aim is to provide you with greater confidence and practical ways of supporting your organisation’s development of a strong safeguarding framework.


How to register:

enquiries@gcps.consulting

Details required: Name, Organisation, Address
Payment: An invoice will be raised and payment required by BACS in advance of event
NB: Places are limited and payment will secure booking

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France: Understanding, using and supporting markets in emergencies

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:05:33 +0000

Organization: Key Aid Consulting
Country: France
Registration deadline: 24 Jun 2019
Starting date: 01 Jul 2019
Ending date: 05 Jul 2019

This course provides original insights and knowledge on market-based programming and market monitoring in humanitarian settings. It offers a comprehensive understanding as to what market analysis and monitoring can and cannot achieve to improve humanitarian programming. Instead of focusing on a single tool, it provides an overview of the existing approaches and equips participants with the skills and confidence to pick the one that is fit for purpose.

The course is interactive (i.e. minimum slide show presentation), drawing on participants’ experiences and knowledge. Time will be dedicated to address practical challenges that participants may have faced in their current positions. The course is delivered in English. We limit the number of participants to 20 to ensure small and participatory group.

Course objectives

By the end of the five days training participants will be able to:

1/ Explain the different market-related concepts and terminologies;

2/ Discuss what market data can be used for in emergency settings;

3/ Set the scope for market analysis and market monitoring;

4/ Decide which market assessment tools and approaches to use;

5/ Support a market assessment exercise;

6/ Use market data to inform pre- and post-crisis humanitarian responses;

7/ Identify which overall skills are transferable to market assessment and analysis.

Course structure

Training will run from 9am to 5pm every day, except for the last day, which will end at 4pm. Each day is organised in four blocks, separated by a lunch break and two coffee breaks, one in the morning and another in the afternoon.

From the second day onwards, each day will begin with a review of the topics covered the day before to ensure that the concepts, tools, and approaches were fully understood. Each day ends with a period of reflection, evaluation, and questions.

Participants will be actively encouraged to take part in classroom discussions and group work. The trainers will draw on both theoretical and practical knowledge in order to make the experience and learning applicable.

DAY 1 – Why? Making the case for market awareness

  • Market in crisis: how crisis and subsequent humanitarian responses can affect market systems

  • Market-based programming and cash interventions

  • The use and relevance of market-based programming across sectors

  • The state of evidence on cash and market based programming

DAY 2: What? – Setting the scope of market analysis & monitoring

  • The programmatic decisions market data can inform

  • The objectives a market analysis exercise can meet

  • Markets as part of the situation analysis

  • Market analysis sequence

DAY 3- How? - An overview of the existing tools and approaches

  • Pre-crisis market assessment: the PCMA

  • Post-crisis market assessments: the EMMA, the RAM, the MAG, the 48 hours tool, the multi-sectoral market analysis

DAY 4- How? – Best practices

  • Planning for a market analysis exercise

  • Inclusive market assessment

  • The uptake of market analysis

DAY 5 - What’s next?

  • Market monitoring

  • How to prompt analysis using the collected data

  • Market support interventions in emergencies

  • Market strengthening interventions as part of preparedness

Who should attend?

Humanitarian practitioners with an interest in market analysis and market based programming alongside previous experience in emergency response design, implementation and monitoring. The course is relevant across sectors, functions and seniority levels.

Your trainers

Helene Juillard has over a decade’s experience in evaluating, researching and managing emergency and early recovery responses. She is both a cash and market-based programming expert, as well as a capacity strengthening, expertise. She has led and supported several market analysis exercises in the field, from South Sudan to Syria. Helene authored the Minimum Standard for Market Analysis, the Pre- Crisis Market Analysis and reviewed the Labour Market Analysis Guidance, the Multi- Sectoral Market Analysis and the Markit. Helene is a CaLP member and part of the Market in Crisis advisory group.


How to register:

Register for the class here

For any additional questions, please contact us at: info@keyaidconsulting.com

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South Africa: Monitoring and Evaluation for Results

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:03:10 +0000

Organization: IMA International
Country: South Africa
Registration deadline: 01 Apr 2019
Starting date: 01 Apr 2019
Ending date: 12 Apr 2019

Delivered by our practitioners with extensive participatory field experience, this is the leading M&E course for development professionals. Those responsible for project or programme-level M&E benefit from the latest M&E thinking and practice, including results approaches. This course will enable you to bring the learning into practice and to understand the difference between data, information and knowledge which is a key aspect to ensure strategic decision making.

Through a mix of practical activities, theory and examples of effective practice you will learn how to:

  • decide what and how to monitor with different stakeholders
  • clarify key results at the programme-level using logic models
  • plan a project using the logical framework
  • develop indicators and targets
  • participatory methods for data collection and analysis
  • design and manage evaluation
  • use your M&E findings to stimulate learning, improvement and stakeholder buy-in.
  • develop and work with a practical M&E system

Day 1

Week 1: Principles of M&E for Results
The changing role and practice of M&E

  • M&E fundamentals
  • results approaches: outputs, outcomes and impact
  • relate M&E to your programme and project cycle
  • identify stakeholders and their differing needs and roles

Day 2

Results framework

  • develop logic models
  • work with and beyond logframes

Day 3

Developing M&E frameworks

  • criteria for indicators
  • develop project indicators
  • identify means of verification

Day 4

Gathering data/information/knowledge

  • quantitative and qualitative approaches and instruments
  • data organisation, quality assurance and analysis
  • design baseline, evaluation and impact studies

Day 5

M&E system and plan

  • prepare M&E plan
  • M&E system
  • week 1 learning synthesis

Day 6

Week 2: Embedding key M&E practices and apply these to your live work cases or a local organisation

  • situation and context analysis
  • critical overview of logframes

Day 7

Evaluation techniques

  • design evaluations for stakeholder benefit and use
  • choice and use of qualitative and quantitative collection instruments
  • making use of M&E data/information/knowledge

Day 8

Participatory data collection methods

  • Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) techniques
  • timeline exercises
  • focus group discussions
  • key informant interviews

Day 9

Learning synthesis and reflection

  • innovative M&E approaches (Theory of Change)
  • participant presentations preparation

Day 10

Using what you have learnt

  • participant presentations
  • embedding learning for personal and organisational benefit
  • becoming change agents for M&E.

Fee information:£2350 for more information, please go to https://www.imainternational.com/how-we-work/training/monitoring-and-evalu...


How to register:

For more information please visit us at www.imainternational.com, email us on post@imainternational.com or call us on +44 (0) 1273 833030.

We also run this course as in-house training for organisations.

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United Arab Emirates: Core cash transfer programming skills for programme staff

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:03:06 +0000

Organization: Key Aid Consulting
Country: United Arab Emirates
Registration deadline: 22 Mar 2019
Starting date: 31 Mar 2019
Ending date: 04 Apr 2019

The Core CTP Skills for Programme Staff course is a 5-day training for technical staff responsible for designing, implementing and monitoring cash transfer programmes.

The training is structured around the project cycle and covering all of the key skills required to design, implement and monitor cash transfer programmes.

The course is interactive, drawing on participants’ experiences and knowledge. It is focused on a technical/programmatic perspective and incorporates examples and case studies from multiple sectors.

This course is CaLP-accredited and delivered in English by Key Aid Consulting.

Course objectives

By the end of the Core CTP Skills for Programme Staff,training participants will be able to:

  • Understand how CTP is guided by key policies, standards and guidelines
  • Describe how CTP needs to be integrated into role of different teams throughout the project cycle
  • Explain what assessment information is needed to inform response analysis
  • Use market information to inform modality choice
  • Understand how CTP can contribute to response objectives
  • Identify the information needed for monitoring of CTP
  • Identify how collaboration and coordination support quality CTP

Course structure

Training will run from 9:00 to 17:00 every day except for the last day, which will end at 15:00. Each day is organised into four blocks, separated by a lunch break and two coffee breaks (one in the morning and another in the afternoon).

From the second day onwards, each day will begin with a review of the topics covered the day before to ensure that the concepts, tools, and approaches were fully understood. Each day ends with a period of reflection, evaluation, and questions.

Participants will be actively encouraged to take part in classroom discussions and group work. The trainers will draw on both theoretical and practical knowledge in order to make the experience and learning applicable.

TOPIC 1 - CTP Concepts, Standards and the Policy Environment

  • CTP concepts and terminologies

  • Explain how CTP can support the different phases of humanitarian response

  • The key steps of CTP across the project cycle

  • CTP and key standards in the humanitarian sector

  • Key policy trends and their influence on CTP

TOPIC 2 - Assessment

  • Apply the project cycle to assessing what humanitarian response efforts will be necessary - Integrate CTP-relevant information into needs assessment data collection

  • Explain how CTP contributes to broader Market-Based Programming (MBP)

  • Key types of data that need to be collected to assess market performance

  • Key actions involved in market analysis

  • Outline common market assessment tools and methods and contexts where they may be more appropriate

  • Key factors for selecting delivery mechanisms

  • Coordination between assessments and situation analysis

TOPIC 3- Analysis

  • Define CTP feasibility

  • Compare the feasibility of different delivery mechanisms for CTP

  • Pros and cons of different assistance modalities and delivery mechanisms

  • Identify the decision-making process for modality selection

  • Types of risks related to CTP and potential mitigation strategies

  • Transfer value and related concepts

  • Relationship between transfer value and expected outcomes

TOPIC 4- Design and Implementation

  • CTP-specific targeting considerations

  • Key considerations for beneficiary registration for CTP

  • Service providers for CTP

  • Programme design to reach a humanitarian objective or objectives

  • Key elements of the CTP delivery (encashment) process (registration, authentication/verification, distribution, reconciliation)

  • Explain concept of accountability to affected populations (AAP) and other stakeholders

  • Complaint and feedback mechanisms

  • Staff and beneficiaries safety

  • Coordination, jobs and functionalities

  • The different service providers.

  • How to select the good ones and have successful relationships?

  • Cash in/cash out: the concrete steps

TOPIC 5 & 6 – Monitoring & Looking ahead

  • CTP monitoring indicators

  • Market monitoring: purpose, steps and tools

  • Collaboration and coordination across sectors

  • Next steps for learning

Who should attend?

This course is aimed for technical staff who manage/support/backstop cash programs. This might include: programme managers, programme officers, technical specialists from any sector, such as food security, livelihoods, WASH, Health, or Shelter, MEAL specialists.

Participants are typically from NGOs/INGOs, UN, Red Cross/Red Crescent. In addition they may be from donors, especially staff involved in technical supervision of and guidance to projects/programmes.

Upon successful completion of the 5 days course, participants will receive a CaLP certificate.

Your trainers

Jürgen Mika is a CaLP-certified trainer for this course, as well as other CaLP courses. He works as a Cash Programming Advisor for a large range of clients. He has been a cash and market advisor with Welthungerhilfe (WHH/GAA)for 13 years, covering the larger Humanitarian Disasters of the last 15 years: Tsunami Banda Aceh, drought Horn of Africa, Drought Sahel, Pakistan Floods 2010, several missions to Afghanistan, Liberia, Zimbabwe, Philippines Typhoon Haiyan, Nepal Earthquake, construction of a refugee camp Liberia, various mission to Turkey and Iraq in the Syria Context. Jürgenis a regular guest lecturer at the University of Berlin, Germany.


How to register:

Register for the class here

For any additional questions, please contact us at: info@keyaidconsulting.com

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France: Core cash transfer programming skills for programme staff

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 11:02:20 +0000

Organization: Key Aid Consulting
Country: France
Registration deadline: 17 Feb 2019
Starting date: 25 Feb 2019
Ending date: 01 Mar 2019

The Core CTP Skills for Programme Staff course is a 5-day training for technical staff responsible for designing, implementing and monitoring cash transfer programmes.

The training is structured around the project cycle and covering all of the key skills required to design, implement and monitor cash transfer programmes.

The course is interactive, drawing on participants’ experiences and knowledge. It is focused on a technical/programmatic perspective and incorporates examples and case studies from multiple sectors.

This course is CaLP-accredited and delivered in English by Key Aid Consulting.

Course objectives

By the end of the Core CTP Skills for Programme Staff,training participants will be able to:

  • Understand how CTP is guided by key policies, standards and guidelines

  • Describe how CTP needs to be integrated into role of different teams throughout the project cycle

  • Explain what assessment information is needed to inform response analysis

  • Use market information to inform modality choice

  • Understand how CTP can contribute to response objectives

  • Identify the information needed for monitoring of CTP

  • Identify how collaboration and coordination support quality CTP

Course structure

Training will run from 9:00 to 17:00 every day except for the last day, which will end at 15:00. Each day is organised into four blocks, separated by a lunch break and two coffee breaks (one in the morning and another in the afternoon).

From the second day onwards, each day will begin with a review of the topics covered the day before to ensure that the concepts, tools, and approaches were fully understood. Each day ends with a period of reflection, evaluation, and questions.

Participants will be actively encouraged to take part in classroom discussions and group work. The trainers will draw on both theoretical and practical knowledge in order to make the experience and learning applicable.

TOPIC 1 - CTP Concepts, Standards and the Policy Environment

  • CTP concepts and terminologies

  • Explain how CTP can support the different phases of humanitarian response

  • The key steps of CTP across the project cycle

  • CTP and key standards in the humanitarian sector

  • Key policy trends and their influence on CTP

TOPIC 2 - Assessment

  • Apply the project cycle to assessing what humanitarian response efforts will be necessary - Integrate CTP-relevant information into needs assessment data collection

  • Explain how CTP contributes to broader Market-Based Programming (MBP)

  • Key types of data that need to be collected to assess market performance

  • Key actions involved in market analysis

  • Outline common market assessment tools and methods and contexts where they may be more appropriate

  • Key factors for selecting delivery mechanisms

  • Coordination between assessments and situation analysis

TOPIC 3- Analysis

  • Define CTP feasibility

  • Compare the feasibility of different delivery mechanisms for CTP

  • Pros and cons of different assistance modalities and delivery mechanisms

  • Identify the decision-making process for modality selection

  • Types of risks related to CTP and potential mitigation strategies

  • Transfer value and related concepts

  • Relationship between transfer value and expected outcomes

TOPIC 4- Design and Implementation

  • CTP-specific targeting considerations

  • Key considerations for beneficiary registration for CTP

  • Service providers for CTP

  • Programme design to reach a humanitarian objective or objectives

  • Key elements of the CTP delivery (encashment) process (registration, authentication/verification, distribution, reconciliation)

  • Explain concept of accountability to affected populations (AAP) and other stakeholders

  • complaint and feedback mechanisms

  • Staff and beneficiaries safety

  • Coordination, jobs and functionalities

  • The different service providers.

  • How to select the good ones and have successful relationships?

  • Cash in/cash out: the concrete steps

TOPIC 5 & 6 – Monitoring & Looking ahead

  • CTP monitoring indicators

  • Market monitoring: purpose, steps and tools

  • Collaboration and coordination across sectors

  • Next steps for learning

Who should attend?

This course is aimed for technical staff who manage/support/backstop cash programs. This might include: programme managers, programme officers, technical specialists from any sector, such as food security, livelihoods, WASH, Health, or Shelter, MEAL specialists.

Participants are typically from NGOs/INGOs, UN, Red Cross/Red Crescent. In addition they may be from donors, especially staff involved in technical supervision of and guidance to projects/programmes.

Upon successful completion of the 5 days course, participants will receive a CaLP certificate.

Your trainers

Jürgen Mika is a CaLP-certified trainer for this course, as well as other CaLP courses. He works as a Cash Programming Advisor for a large range of clients. He has been a cash and market advisor with Welthungerhilfe (WHH/GAA)for 13 years, covering the larger Humanitarian Disasters of the last 15 years: Tsunami Banda Aceh, drought Horn of Africa, Drought Sahel, Pakistan Floods 2010, several missions to Afghanistan, Liberia, Zimbabwe, Philippines Typhoon Haiyan, Nepal Earthquake, construction of a refugee camp Liberia, various mission to Turkey and Iraq in the Syria Context. Jürgenis a regular guest lecturer at the University of Berlin, Germany.


How to register:

Register for the training here

For any additional questions, please contact us at: info@keyaidconsulting.com

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World: Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:59:46 +0000

Organization: Save the Children
Country: World

The Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme - East and Southern Africa (ESA)

Save the Children with funding from IKEA has developed a capacity building programme to strengthen Child Protection in Emergencies response capability in the East and Southern Africa Region. It aims to increase regional and national deployment capacity and reserves.

Emergencies have a devastating effect on children’s lives. The East and Southern Africa[1] region experiences a diverse range of emergencies, including conflicts, natural disasters as well as migration and displacement with numerous, large-scale protection issues facing children. Of concern there is an unprecedented number of unaccompanied and separated children as a result of the crisis in Burundi and South Sudan. If child protection mechanisms are not adequately put in place immediately, children face the risk of abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence. Exacerbating the effects of the emergencies is the limited number of skilled practitioners in Child Protection in Emergencies.

Programme Details

The East and Southern Africa CPiE Professional Development Programme builds on Save the Children’s extensive experience in building child protection capacity globally and the successes and lessons learnt from the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme running in Asia Pacific and Middle East and Eastern Europe. It has been designed around a comprehensive Capacity Gaps Analysis conducted in the East and Southern Africa Region. The programme’s learning outcomes are aimed at strengthening competencies in the following areas:

· Core child protection concepts and frameworks

· Child protection priorities and needs

· Child protection in emergencies strategies and approaches

· Relevant cross-cutting themes

· Areas affecting the quality of CPiE responses

· Child protection in emergencies and capacity strengthening

· Operating context

The programme’s blended learning format & diverse pool of expert facilitators coupled with its complementary mentoring component make it a truly 360˚ professional development experience.

CPiE PDP Features:

  • Needs-based *and contextualized capacity building*
  • Diverse participants make up
  • Rich pool of facilitators and mentors
  • Innovative use of technology
  • Transformation of Training (ToT) featured during residential phase
  • *Access to an alumni network*
  • Opportunities *for graduates to be involved in future programmes*
  • *3-day desk-based simulation*
  • Job placement or action research as experiential learning opportunities

Eligibility *

The Eastern and Southern Africa Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (ESA CPiE-PDP) is open to Save the Children staff as well as practitioners from other agencies across the child protection sector.

Child Protection practitioners from the following countries will be prioritised: Botswana, Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. CPiE practitioners from other Anglophone African countries where Save operates will be considered on an availability basis. All components of the programme will be delivered in English therefore a good command of English will be essential.

Check the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme website for more information about the programme and the application process and for any questions please contact CPIEPDP-ESA@savethechildren.org *


How to register:

CHILD PROTECTION IN EMERGENCIES

Professional Development Programme

Application Form

In order to be considered for the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme, all applicants are required to complete the application form in full.

Applicants should email completed application forms and an up-to-date copy of CV, to CPIEPDP-ESA@savethechildren.org copying your line manager/s.

Section 1: Personal and Contact Details

Family Name

family name

First Name

first name

Nationality

nationality

Gender

please state your gender

Date of Birth

dd/mm/yy

Work Email Address

primary email address

Personal Email Address

secondary email address

Skype Address

skype address

Mobile Number

mobile number

Section 2: Employment Information

Organisation

Please specify which organisation you work for

Country Office

if you work for a CO or RO, please specify which one

Job Title

job title

Length of time in Role

choose an item

Location of Work

location of work

Current Responsibilities

please outline your current responsibilities, including any managerial responsibilities

Do you have experience working in an emergency response?

Yes ☐ No☐

If yes, please specify

Are you currently on an emergency roster?

Yes ☐ No☐

If yes, please specify

How many years of Child Protection work experience do you have?

choose an item

Section 3: Motivation

Why do you want to participate in this programme?

Please explain in approx. 250 words

Demonstrate your commitment to your own professional development – this should include any relevant child protection & humanitarian learning completed.

Please explain in approx. 250 words

How do you foresee the content of this course enabling you to work more effectively in your current work?

Please explain in approx. 250 words

How would you (like to) use the knowledge and skills gained on this course in the future?

Please explain in approx. 250 words

Section 6: Additional Information

Please provide any additional information in support of your application:

Click here to enter text.

Declaration

I declare that I am currently employed by Click here to enter organisation and that I have obtained Country Director/Line Manager approval to attend this course, and that my Country Director/Line Manager is aware of the expected commitments.

I have agreement from the relevant budget holder to cover the costs relating to the programme (travel costs).

I declare that I have a minimum of 2-5 years’ experience in Child Protection.

I have a sound written and oral command of the English Language.

I agree to commit to the whole development programme including attending the residential training module, a job placement, and completing all mandatory remote learning activities.

By taking part in this 6-month programme I agree to the following:

1. To complete all administrative requirements to facilitate participation in all aspects of the programme and to measure programme’s outcomes

  • Enrolment forms including: learner’s agreement, insurance liability form, medical form, ethical guidelines, child safeguarding statement of acceptance, case study consent form, etc.

  • Competency self-assessment form, at the beginning, after the residential and at the end of the programme

  • Travel requirements: this will include processing travel forms, visa processes, etc.

  • To attend in full, the two-week face-to-face training in Kenya Classroom sessions will be intensive and will demand effort and concentration.

  • Sessions will take place during the day, occasionally extending into the early evening.

  • You will be expected to contribute to sessions appropriately.

  • You will sometimes be asked to complete work in the evenings.

  • You will complete a learning log as you progress through the training.

2. To take part fully in the distance learning training schedule

  • Sessions will take place every week and will last no longer than 1.5 hours.

  • Sessions will be delivered through an online learning platform.

  • Online sessions will be arranged at a suitable time for all participants.

  • Some sessions will involve pre-reading and/or follow-up exercises to be completed.

  • Some reading tasks and e-learnings will also be set.

3. To contribute to discussion forums and seminars

  • All participants will have access to an online discussion forum and will be required to contribute regularly to it as part of the training programme.

  • All participants will be required to attend and actively contribute to online discussion seminar sessions.

4. To complete formal summative assessments including contributing actively to group activities & projects.

5. To take responsibility for own learning and manage own time and work load

6. To abide by the Save the Children code of conduct and child safeguarding policy at all times (ongoing)

7. To provide feedback during the programme and at the end in order to ensure the programme is best able to meet my needs (ongoing)

8. To inform the course leader if I have to withdraw from the programme and to have my manager’s consent to do this

Confirm you agree with the declaration laid out above:

Yes ☐ No☐

Name:

name

Date:

dd/mm/yy

Signature:

Reference

This section of the application form should be completed by your Line Manager.

Section 1: Details of Applicant

Name of Applicant

applicant name

Position

applicant position

Start Date

dd/mm/yy

Contract End Date

dd/mm/yy

Section 2: Details of Referee

Name of Line Manager

name

Position

position

Email Address

email address

Section 3: Recommendation

Please outline how the applicant fulfils the selection criteria.

Click here to enter text.

Please outline how you think the applicant will benefit from the programme and what they will contribute.

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Declaration

I have read and understood the commitments that my employee will make should this application be successful.

I agree that my employee will commit to the whole professional development programme including attending the residential training module, a job placement, and completing all mandatory remote learning activities.

I understand that the time commitment required for the programme and that the 2-week residential training programme in Kenya could be intensive.

Yes ☐ No☐

Name:

name

Position

job title

Date:

dd/mm/yy

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Czechia: Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) / Europe

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:57:26 +0000

Organization: Salanga
Country: Czechia
Registration deadline: 28 Feb 2019
Starting date: 08 Apr 2019
Ending date: 12 Apr 2019

Who is this training designed for?

This training is aimed at international aid workers who travel to, or are deployed to high-risk or hostile environments.

Why should you participate?

This intensive practical course with hands-on activities will allow you to explore your behavior and to learn, apply and experience life-saving reactions through realistic scenarios in a simulated high-risk environment. The aim of the course is to prepare and to improve the personal security and self-awareness of international aid workers who find themselves in an unsafe place.

Training details

  • Language: English
  • Max capacity: 24 participants
  • Duration: 4 days

What topics shall be covered?

  • Survival skills (water, food, shelter)
  • Landmines, UXO & IEDs
  • Navigation & topography
  • First Aid
  • Abduction & hostage taking
  • Coping with sexual violence
  • Stress management & defusing
  • Field communication & equipment
  • Security planning
  • Context & risk assessment
  • Check-points & roadblocks
  • Cross-fire

Through combination of engaging learning and realistic simulations this course will give you the unique opportunity to:

  • Experience and react in extreme environments, like violent checkpoints, minefields or even an abduction or an active shooter situation.
  • Find yourself providing first-aid to life-threatening injury, using improvised equipment.
  • Learn and put in practice strategies of extreme stress management, as well as skills of defusing, navigation and negotiation.
  • Learn about critical incident response, context and risk assessment in high risk situations, in order to ensure your personal security.
  • Engage in topics such as how to react to a sexual violence incident.
  • Learn how to identify and deal with post-traumatic stress disorder.

By the end of the course:

  • You will have experienced situations that may help you survive in extreme situations such as abduction, terrorism, contact with mines and explosives, sexual violence, and others.
  • You will have gained better awareness of your reactions to extreme stress, and learned to manage such stress.
  • You will have a better understanding of how an individual’s behaviour can affect a team in stressful situations.
  • You will better appreciate of the need to analyse situations ahead of time.
  • You will see the importance of thinking, sensing and analysing before acting in the field.

Who is Salanga?

Salanga is comprised of former NGO workers, thus we have extensive knowledge both of humanitarian and development sector as well as safety & security issues; Salanga has been conducting HEAT training for 12 years.

Find out more about Salanga’s background.


How to register:

You can register through the webpage:

https://salanga.org/register-april19/

For more information you can contact us at:

info@salanga.org

Our website is: www.salanga.org

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Germany: Health Systems Strengthening in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:47:20 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 20 May 2019
Starting date: 03 Jun 2019
Ending date: 07 Jun 2019

The catalytic role of health systems strengthening (HSS) for improving population’s health and protecting against health-related financial risks in low/middle-income countries (LMICs) is well documented. During the last few decades international donor and technical agencies intermittently used the disease-specific (“vertical”) and system-specific (“horizontal”) strategies for providing health support to LMICs. While the epidemiologic impact of the former has been impressive, sustaining results, due to poorly performing health systems, has been a challenge. The integrated approach has recently emerged as a more effective strategy, where investments in disease-control programs and HSS complement each other. The ‘diagonal’ approach, which implies designing system-related solutions to address disease-related challenges, has been embedded in the global Sustainable Development Goals framework (SDGs 2016-2030), which places increased emphasis on achieving universal health coverage through improved performance of countries’ health systems.

This course aims to provide students with the necessary tools to develop and to successfully implement HSS interventions in LMICs in order to maximize impact of national disease-control programs, such as HIV, TB, malaria and maternal & child health.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Applying the Rights Based Approach in Achieving Health Related SDGs

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:46:49 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 08 Jul 2019
Starting date: 22 Jul 2019
Ending date: 26 Jul 2019

This course covers the theoretical framework and general concepts and principles of human rights, their relationship to and impact within the health sector.

It looks at the rights based approach in achieving the promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to “leave no one behind,” with particular emphasis on health related SDGs.

The course will use country case studies about integration of a human rights based approach into health policies, strategies, programming, implementation as well as monitoring and evaluation, with relation to indicators of health related SDGs.

Policy briefs for advocating application of human rights principles in the health sector will be addressed and the Roles of state and non-state actors in terms of rights- holders and duty-bearers examined.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Facing the NCD Epidemic in Low-and Middle- Income Countries: From Data to Service Delivery

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:46:33 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 24 Jun 2019
Starting date: 08 Jul 2019
Ending date: 12 Jul 2019

Heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and chronic lung disease are the major non-communicable diseases (NCD) which account for about 70% of all deaths worldwide. This NCD burden is not restricted to high income countries anymore. Nowadays, almost 75% of the global NCD deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC).

More and more LMICs are facing major changes in their disease pattern. The improving control of infectious diseases results in a higher life expectancy which together with rapid lifestyle changes leads to an increase of chronic conditions and diseases. This transition bears extreme challenges for health policy . and the health systems.

Prevention and service delivery are key to address the NCD burden especially in LMIC.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

https://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Quality Management in International Health

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:45:13 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 27 May 2019
Starting date: 10 Jun 2019
Ending date: 21 Jun 2019

This course introduces participants to the global context for quality improvement including quality management frameworks, quality improvement principles and health care quality and safety evaluation mechanisms and tools.

Using practical exercises and case studies, participants work individually and together to identify and design context-specific, sustainable, resilient quality improvement initiatives in middle- and low-income countries.

A two-day skills development workshop strengthens individual and team skills in evaluating the quality of health care services.

This course is a collaboration between the Institute of Public Health and the German International Cooperation (GIZ).


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

http://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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Germany: Mixed Methods in International Health Research

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 09:12:11 +0000

Organization: University of Heidelberg
Country: Germany
Registration deadline: 24 Jun 2019
Starting date: 08 Jul 2019
Ending date: 19 Jul 2019

Research in international health is becoming increasingly complex, requiring scientists to move away from the traditional qualitative vs. quantitative methodological dichotomy. Mixed methods research represents an opportunity to build on the specific strengths of quantitative and qualitative methods and to foster synergies between the two. This course gives an overview of epistemology of research and assesses how theories of knowledge are generated and retained. It looks at the theory and practice of mixing quantitative and qualitative research methods in high-, middle- and low-income countries as well as controversial aspects of using mixed methods in international health research. Course participants learn to conduct mixed methods research by planning, designing, and writing an individual research protocol.


How to register:

To register please follow the link to our online registration:

https://application.iph.emundus.fr/index.php...

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