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Post Graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation (PGD M&E) .

1 March 2018 @ 08:00 - 1 April 2019 @ 17:00

Post Graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation (PGD M&E) . Accountability in ones place of work has been defined as the means by which individuals and organizations report to a recognized authority and held responsible for their actions. Accountability is promoted through transparency and performance is promoted by responsive project management decision making. The programme is intended to equip personnel in the field of monitoring and evaluation within the public sector, and the private sector on implementing programmes with a…

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Post Graduate Diploma in Water Sanitation & Hygiene (PGD in WASH)

1 March 2018 @ 08:00 - 1 April 2019 @ 17:00

Post Graduate Diploma in Water Sanitation & Hygiene (PGD in WASH) It is estimated that over 1.2 billion people globally lack access to safe clean drinking water and a further 2.6 billion people lack access to adequate and comfortable sanitation. WHO (2005), estimates that 1.6 million die yearly from diarrhea and cholera which have been attributed to inaccessibility to clean drinking water as well as basic sanitation services. 90 of the figure is from children who are below five years…

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DIPLOMA IN MONITORING AND EVALUATION

10 May @ 08:00 - 30 September @ 17:00

ACPM 014: DIPLOMA IN MONITORING AND EVALUATION Africa Center for Project Management (ACPM) in partnership with SCIM Institute, Netherlands is pleased to announce a Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation. The course is offered throughDistance Learning. Start Date : 10th May 2018. End Date : 1st August 2018. Overview Now more than ever, funding organizations seek more accountability for the funds they provide to development projects. Development organizations understand they are more likely to receivefuture funding if they can deliver and…

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CREATE HUMANITARIAN PROJECTS THAT HAVE REAL IMPACT

24 July 2018 @ 08:00 - 24 July 2019 @ 17:00

CREATE HUMANITARIAN PROJECTS THAT HAVE REAL IMPACT ACHIEVE BETTER OUTCOMES FOR COMMUNITIES AND GAIN DONOR SUPPORT USING OUR STEP-BY-STEP METHODS AND PRACTICAL TOOLS Do you find it a challenge to: Create projects that deliver positive, measurable change for the communities you’re trying to serve? Keep those projects on track? Keep your team focused on results rather than just day-to-day implementation? Then RBM - Results-Based Management - is the solution. RBM helps you plan, implement and monitor humanitarian projects that deliver…

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All In Diary: Launching the sixth edition

22 August @ 15:00 - 16:00

Read more and register at https://phap.org/22aug2018 For the past 12 years, the All In Diary has been providing humanitarian practitioners with essential, up-to-date, and succinct guidance for humanitarian workers in a convenient format. Following a revision process carried out on a voluntary basis by practitioners from across the sector over the past year, the sixth edition of the AID is now available. Join us for an event on 22 August to learn more about this practical resource from its co-founders, as…

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Training on Impact Evaluation for Evidence-Based Development.

27 August @ 08:30 - 31 August @ 16:30

About the course Development programs and policies are typically designed to create change to the target beneficiaries. Whether or not these changes are actually achieved is a crucial public policy question but one that is not often examined. Impact evaluation assesses the changes that can be attributed to a particular intervention, such as a project, program or policy, both the intended ones, as well as ideally the unintended ones. This course is designed to equip the participants with adequate skills…

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Training on Advanced M&E and Data Management for Health Programs (10 days)

3 September @ 08:30 - 14 September @ 16:30

About the course Monitoring and Evaluation helps in collecting, analyzing and transforming health data into strategic information for informed decision making, improved effectiveness and enhanced advocacy in health programs. M&E will help to ensure that health programs are implemented as planned and to assess whether desired results are being achieved. This course aims to build the capacity of M&E professionals working in the health sector. The acquired M&E skills will assist the participants to improve health program planning and performance…

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Donor perspectives on the humanitarian-development-peace nexus

11 September @ 10:30 - 12:00

Read more and register at https://phap.org/11sep2018 On 11 September, ICVA and PHAP will organize the fifth and final session in the learning stream on the humanitarian-development-peace nexus. After having explored how the three main types of actors in this nexus view the current processes and discussions, we will turn to the perspectives of some of the major donors. Join us for a discussion on how the actors behind a large proportion of the funding in these sectors are approaching the issue…

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Humanitarian Programme Manager training

17 September - 21 December
Bioforce Institute in Europe, 41 avenue du 8 mai 1945 France

This "Humanitarian Programme Manager" training programme aims at training NGO’s managers within the humanitarian and development sector (NGO, associations, foundations, etc.): a 3-month training built around the 3 humanitarian programme manager’s core competencies (Managing People and Organisations, Managing Programmes and Projects, Managing Finance and Funding) + a 6-month workbased learning in the field with an NGO, as employees or paid volunteers. It is currently difficult for many humanitarian and development organisations to recruit and retain skilled programme managers. These difficulties directly impact the efficiency of their programmes.…

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Master of Science in Humanitarian Programme Management | Training

17 September 2018 - 1 September 2019
Bioforce Institute in Europe, 41 avenue du 8 mai 1945 France

At the end of this 12-month MSc training programme, graduates are prepared and ready to work for both for-profit and nonprofit organisations. At a glance: 3 months at the Bioforce Institute: participants focus on the humanitarian programme manager’s core competencies (managing people & organisations, managing programmes & projects, managing finance & funding). 4 months at Grenoble Ecole de Management, for extra inputs from for-profit organisations, with a strong opening on strategy, marketing and geopolitics. 5 months field assignment. It is currently difficult for many…

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Kampala 2018 Core Professional Training on Refugees, IDPs, and Forced Migrants: Protection in Law and Practice

17 September @ 09:00 - 20 September @ 13:00
Kampala, Uganda

This course introduces humanitarian practitioners and policy professionals to the international legal frameworks and standards that protect refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), and forced migrants, including international refugee law (IRL), the relevant provisions of international humanitarian law (IHL) and international human rights law (IHRL), and soft-law instruments. It also aims to foster reflection among participants on how States, international organizations, and other actors implement these norms and standards in practice. More and more practitioners are working in situations of humanitarian…

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Kampala 2018 Issue Roundtables on Displacement, Forced Migration, and International Law

20 September @ 14:00 - 21 September @ 18:00
Kampala, Uganda

Directly following each edition of the Core Training, PHAP is offering a series of Issue Roundtables looking in greater detail at specific topics in a discussion-based setting over one and a half days. Registrants for the Core Training will be asked to identify the most challenging issues they face – many of which will be cross-cutting. The Issue Roundtables following the Core Training will serve as a venue to explore a selection of these issues in more depth. Examples of…

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20th Humanitarian Congress Berlin

4 October - 5 October
Urania Berlin e. V., 10787 Berlin, Germany, An der Urania 17
Berlin, 10787 Germany

NO MORE EXCUSES – ADVOCATING FOR HUMAN DIGNITY IN TIMES OF CRISIS This year’s agenda revolves around current political trends and their implications for the most vulnerable, the people at the core of humanitarian work. How can we successfully advocate for action that supports the people most in need, recognising their fundamental human rights and irrespective of political gain? Do we need to give advocacy priority in light of the changing political climate? How can we ensure that our work…

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Geneva 2018 Core Professional Training on Refugees, IDPs, and Forced Migrants: Protection in Law and Practice

15 October @ 09:00 - 18 October @ 13:00
Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

This course introduces humanitarian practitioners and policy professionals to the international legal frameworks and standards that protect refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), and forced migrants, including international refugee law (IRL), the relevant provisions of international humanitarian law (IHL) and international human rights law (IHRL), and soft-law instruments. It also aims to foster reflection among participants on how States, international organizations, and other actors implement these norms and standards in practice. More and more practitioners are working in situations of humanitarian…

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Geneva 2018 Issue Roundtables on Displacement, Forced Migration, and International Law

18 October @ 14:00 - 19 October @ 18:00
Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

Directly following each edition of the Core Training, PHAP is offering a series of Issue Roundtables looking in greater detail at specific topics in a discussion-based setting over one and a half days. Registrants for the Core Training will be asked to identify the most challenging issues they face – many of which will be cross-cutting. The Issue Roundtables following the Core Training will serve as a venue to explore a selection of these issues in more depth. Examples of…

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COMPAS Qualité & Redevabilité : Mettre en œuvre la Norme humanitaire fondamentale dans les projets d’aide internationale

29 October - 31 October
Coordination Sud, 14 Passage Dubail
Paris, 75010 France

Cette formation vous apportera les connaissances méthodologiques pour aborder les enjeux, méthodes et outils de gestion de la qualité et de la redevabilité projet pour trois types d’utilisations complémentaires : Mise en œuvre et suivi de projet ; Financement et suivi de projet ; Évaluation de projet. Fiche descriptive de la formation S'inscrire Informations pratiques

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Amman 2018 Core Professional Training on Refugees, IDPs, and Forced Migrants: Protection in Law and Practice

11 November @ 09:00 - 14 November @ 13:00
Amman, Amman, Jordan

This course introduces humanitarian practitioners and policy professionals to the international legal frameworks and standards that protect refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), and forced migrants, including international refugee law (IRL), the relevant provisions of international humanitarian law (IHL) and international human rights law (IHRL), and soft-law instruments. It also aims to foster reflection among participants on how States, international organizations, and other actors implement these norms and standards in practice. More and more practitioners are working in situations of humanitarian…

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Amman 2018 Issue Roundtables on Displacement, Forced Migration, and International Law

14 November @ 14:00 - 15 November @ 18:00
Amman, Amman, Jordan

Directly following each edition of the Core Training, PHAP is offering a series of Issue Roundtables looking in greater detail at specific topics in a discussion-based setting over one and a half days. Registrants for the Core Training will be asked to identify the most challenging issues they face – many of which will be cross-cutting. The Issue Roundtables following the Core Training will serve as a venue to explore a selection of these issues in more depth. Examples of…

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Dubai 2018 Core Professional Training on Humanitarian Law and Policy

9 December @ 09:00 - 11 December @ 18:00
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The Core Professional Training on Humanitarian Law and Policy – an intensive three-day program – serves as an opportunity for experienced humanitarian practitioners, policymakers, and others operating in or dealing with conflict settings to deepen their understanding of international humanitarian law (IHL) and other legal frameworks applicable in times of war, and to explore related policy and operational challenges. Suitable for those both with and without prior legal training, the course covers the sources and development of IHL, key distinctions…

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Dubai 2018 Thematic Workshop on Engagement with Armed Non-State Actors and International Law

12 December @ 09:00 - 13 December @ 18:00
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The prevalence of armed conflicts characterised by the presence of armed non-State actors carries important legal and policy implications for humanitarian professionals. Focusing on their application to non-State armed groups, this workshop provides an intensive review of the relevant bodies of international law, in particular international humanitarian law and international human rights law. It also offers an analysis of frameworks for engagement with non-State actors on specific issues such as negotiating humanitarian access or developing humanitarian protection strategies. The workshop…

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