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ProviderCourse Name AudienceDescription/ ObjectiveLinkGeneral response etc.Emergency Preparedness and ResponseCoordinationNeeds AssmtStrategic PlanningResource MobilResp M&EOperation Review and EvaluationTransitionWASH - Technical MultiProg/ PM WaterSanitationHygieneSWMDrainageVector ControlData and AnalysisGISMDCVisualisationDissemination/ mediaCross cuttingWASH & Sector relatedPersonal stuff, comunications etcCourse TypeLengthLocationLanguagesParticipationAccreditionCostNotesContactEmailSource of Info
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Asian Disaster Preparedness Center Training Course on Disaster Risk Communication ADPC would like to invite those who would like to know more about Disaster Risk Communication and want to enhance your skills on this matter to join the course. http://www.adpc.net/XXThailandReliefWeb
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Asian Disaster Preparedness Center 13th international training course on gis for disaster risk management The rapid population growth and urbanization combined with extreme climatic events are causing a swift increase in vulnerability of communities to hazardous events. Unplanned growth both in urban and non-urban areas calls for preparation to reduce the impact of disasters, and there is a great need to utilize disaster risk information in designing effective coping mechanisms.http://www.adpc.net/XXThailandReliefWeb
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Bioforce Institute Water, hygiene and sanitation project manager (equivalent to bac + 4) - short course in Europe. Responsable de projets eau, hygiène et assainissement (équivalent bac+4) - parcours court en Europe In emergency, rehabilitation or development contexts, in rural, peri-urban or urban areas, international solidarity organizations are developing numerous Water, Hygiene and Sanitation programs.http://www.bioforce.asso.fr or http://humanitaire.institutbioforce.fr/en? XXXXXFranceReliefWeb
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Bioforce Institute Project Manager Water, Hygiene and Sanitation. Responsable de projets Eau, Hygiène et Assainissement In emergency, rehabilitation or development contexts, in rural, peri-urban or urban contexts, NGOs carry out numerous programs "Water, Hygiene and Sanitation". The coordination and implementation of these projects in the field is entrusted to the Head of Water, Hygiene & Sanitation Projects (EHA): it ensures the supply of drinking water and in sufficient quantity to the populations, it develops And promotes access to sanitation facilities at the domestic or community level, and coordinates the promotion of hygiene and the establishment of a water management system. http://www.bioforce.asso.fr or http://humanitaire.institutbioforce.fr/en? XXBioforce website
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Bioforce Institute Water, sanitation and hygiene in humanitarian emergencies - Eau, hygiène et assainissement dans les urgences humanitaires. Target audience: National and international technical officers in charge of WASH programs, WASH project manager, specialized consultant, sociologist, teacher / researcher, design office, etc.http://www.bioforce.asso.fr or http://humanitaire.institutbioforce.fr/en? XXXXSenegal ReliefWeb
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Bioforce Institute Water, hygiene and humanitarian sanitation: essential technical skills. Eau, hygiène et assainissement humanitaire : compétences techniques essentielles. Target audience: Staff of International and National Organizations, public officials (Ministries and local authorities), technicians and engineers wishing to integrate the field of EHA.http://www.bioforce.asso.fr or http://humanitaire.institutbioforce.fr/en? XXXXFrance, MaliReliefWeb
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Bioforce Institute Understand the specific skills of the Project Manager for Water Hygiene and Sanitation. Appréhender les compétences spécifiques du métier de Responsable de Projets Eau Hygiène et Assainissement Target audience: Staff of International and National Organizations, public officials (Ministries and local authorities), technicians and engineers wishing to integrate the field of EHA.http://www.bioforce.asso.fr or http://humanitaire.institutbioforce.fr/en? XXMaliReliefWeb
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Bioforce Institute Training of trainers for the aid sectorIn-service and aspiring aid workers from international and national aid organisationsTo provide participants with the appropriate methods & tools to develop, facilitate, monitor & evaluate training activities: principles of adult learning
and their application to the design and implementation of a training session, assessment of training needs and objectives definition, lesson plan
construction, appropriate training materials selection and development, training presentation skills, training evaluation forms, analysis of one’s practice and that
of others in order to engage in a continuous learning dynamic.
http://www.bioforce.asso.fr or http://humanitaire.institutbioforce.fr/en? XFranceBioforce website
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Bioforce Institute Introduction to water, hygiene and sanitation in the humanitarian field. Initiation à l’eau, hygiène et assainissement dans l’humanitaire.Water and sanitation technicians working in health structures, water management committees, NGOs / humanitarian agencies, government agencies and public water management organizations.http://www.bioforce.asso.fr or http://humanitaire.institutbioforce.fr/en? XXXXSenegal ReliefWeb
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Bioforce Institute Mobile surveys for humanitarian projects. Réaliser sur mobile des enquêtes pour des projets humanitaires With CARTONG. Target audience: People working in the international solidarity sector on Monitoring and Evaluation Manager positions, Business Project Managers, Database Managers.
Prerequisites: compulsory Basic knowledge and / or basic computer skills
http://www.bioforce.asso.fr or http://humanitaire.institutbioforce.fr/en? XSenegalReliefWeb
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BushProof Technical Training in Water Infrastructure The BushProof Technical Training in Water Infrastructure is a broad, intense 6-day course with a heavy practical bias, providing a rare opportunity to learn through both theoretical and hands-on practical sessions. The training is invaluable to both those who need more technical input for their work, as well as for those in management who find they have become more and more involved in water programmes, but lack the basic technical and theoretical background.http://www.bushproof.com/X6 daysMadagascarEric Fewsterericfewster@bushproof.com ReliefWeb
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ChromAfrica LLC WASH Promotion in Emergencies Access to safe water and sanitation is a fundamental human right and is vital for any humanitarian response. Water and sanitation programming, alongside hygiene promotion, is crucial in reducing deaths from water-related diseases in emergency contexts. This will be a highly participatory course, with group exercises and theory based sessions, providing an overview of WASH in emergencies, identifying key issues and training participants on key technical skills.http://www.chromafrica.co.ke/XXKenyaReliefWeb
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Engineering Without Borders - Ingeniería Sin Fronteras Introducción a los SIG aplicados a proyectos de desarrollo Los SIG son una herramienta que permite mejorar la calidad de las intervenciones de la cooperación al desarrollo, al tiempo que facilitan la optimización del alcance de las políticas públicas de los países socios.https://www.isf.es/XWorldReliefWeb
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ENTRi Gender AdvisorPersonnel working in civilian international crisis management missions with a special focus on gender aspects (or aiming for such positions) such as Gender Advisers, Gender Focal Points or other kinds of Gender Experts. As this is a specialized course, applicants are expected to already have a basic understanding of the concept of gender.The Gender Adviser course provides personnel with a responsibility to promote a gender perspective in their organizations the opportunity to upgrade their knowledge and to strengthen their skills. The course builds on input from experienced gender experts working in international civilian crisis management missions and current research on the topic. The main aim is to strengthen the gender expert functions within international crisis management missions by providing the participants with up to date knowledge and practical skills deemed necessary to work effectively in a gender expert function. The course is run by experienced trainers and applies an interactive methodology that mixes theory with practice and actively draws on the knowledge and experience of the participants.http://www.cmcfinland.fi/pelastus/cmc/home.nsf/pages/97B96ADE3FDCD629C2257ADA002A1846?opendocumentXFace-to-FaceFinlandOpenENTRi nominations@entriforccm.euSbP MO
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Future Learn - Deakin University Disaster Management: Introduction to Humanitarian AidThis course has been created for those working in the humanitarian sector and those interested in humanitarian issues and leadership but there are no special requirements.Earthquake, flood, fire, famine and conflict — we seem to be hearing more about these things every day, and watching as they impact communities all over the world. Fortunately, there are many organisations made up of dedicated people who are trained and ready to assist communities affected by disasters.

In this course you’ll learn about some of the basic principles that guide humanitarian responses and the different approaches humanitarian teams use in disaster situations.
https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/disaster-managementXMooc2 weeks
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Future Learn - Monash University Water for Liveable and Resilient CitiesThe course is intended for those with an interest in water and sustainable cities, and does not require previous experience or knowledge.Water plays a central role in almost every aspect of our urban environment and quality of life in our cities. Alarmingly, the combined impacts of rapid population growth and climate change are now posing a severe threat to the liveability and resilience of our cities.https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/liveable-citiesXXMooc28 hrs
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Geoeng Systems Ltd. Training Course on Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Course Description: This course offers an introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Emphasis will be placed on GIS principles and concepts (such as data models and structures, geographic data input, data manipulation and data storage, spatial analysis and modeling) rather than GIS software systems; although open source software will be used where appropriate. XKenyaReliefWeb
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Human Rights Education Associates Gender-based Violence Addressing gender-based violence (GBV) has gained increasing prominence in the work of human rights, humanitarian and development organisations internationally. GBV is now recognised as a violation of basic human rights with detrimental impacts on the health and social status of survivors of GBV, as well as on society as a whole. International humanitarian and development agencies are increasingly engaging on this issue both through specific programmes that address GBV, as well as through mainstreaming GBV within wider sectoral approaches.http://www.hrea.org/XworldReliefWeb
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IDEAL Public Health and Development Consultancy Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) for Health Promotion Each year, a lot of resources are spent trying to modify human behaviour. While some intervention strategies are successful, many fall short of their intended goals. Research shows that those interventions most likely to achieve desired outcomes are based on a clear understanding of the targeted health behaviours and the environmental context in which they occur. Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) has been successfully used by various health promotion programs to improve the well being of target populations.http://www.iphdcinternational.org/XXKenyaReliefWeb
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IDEAL Public Health and Development Consultancy Water Safety Planning for Drinking Water Supply Systems Ensuring safe and healthy drinking water may be as simple as turning on the tap from a regulated public water supply system. Other water sources may require some form of treatment before drinking for example the use of water filter, a check on water fluoridation, or an inspection to ensure a septic tank is not too close to a private well. It is important to know where drinking water comes from, how it has been treated, and if it is safe to drink. http://www.iphdcinternational.org/XXKenyaReliefWeb
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IDEAL Public Health and Development Consultancy Hygiene & Sanitation Promotion Training using PHAST, CLTS and CHAST approaches Hygiene & Sanitation promotion plays a key role in changing collective and individual behaviours together with fostering ownership and sustainable use of water and sanitation facilities. It is upon this premise that IDEAL Public Health and Development Consultancy (IPHDC) has planned to conduct a PHAST, CLTS and CHAST training of trainers. This training is intended to help sector practitioners to accelerate their progress towards achieving the newly adapted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) especially Goal 6.http://www.iphdcinternational.org/XXXKenyaReliefWeb
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IIHA, Fordham University International Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance (IDHA) 51 In order to enable humanitarian aid workers who are actively engaged in the field to attend the training program, and in an attempt to create a teaching program which reflects the complexity and intensity of the conditions humanitarian workers face, the The International Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance (IDHA) has been designed as an intensive four-week training program, including more than 200 hours of lectures, …http://legacy.fordham.edu/iihaXUSAReliefWeb
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Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & LOGISTICS This course aims to provide students with knowledge and critical understanding of the principal technical challenges encountered in supporting emergency humanitarian operations. It aims to enable students to adopt a reasoned and evidence-based approach to anticipating and identifying the technical challenges and to develop and evaluate strategies for their management.http://www.liv.ac.ukXUKReliefWeb
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Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (DTMH) http://www.lstmed.ac.uk/study/courses/diploma-in-tropical-medicine-hygieneXUKReliefWeb
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London International Development Center -
DL4D (Distance Learning for Development)

Various courses, see linkhttp://www.lidc.org.uk/sites/default/files/courses%20for%20dl4d.pdfhttp://www.lidc.org.uk/teaching/distance-learningXXelearning
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Lynda from LinkedIn Subscription based platform from 19-29$ pmhttps://www.lynda.com/XXXXX
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MENTOR Initiative Malaria and Vector Borne Diseases Intensive 5 Day Training Course - Bangkok, Thailand The MENTOR Initiative is not for profit organisation with over 11 years of experience in carrying out evidence-based disease control programmes and building capacity in malaria and vector borne disease control globally. To date, over 1000 individuals from NGOs, national partners, UN agencies, donors, suppliers and the media have participated in MENTOR’s training programmes. Learn practical skills to prevent outbreaks and control malaria and other vector borne diseases during humanitarian emergencies.http://www.thementorinitiative.org/XXXThailand ReliefWeb
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MENTOR Initiative Integrated Vector Management 1 Day Workshops The MENTOR Initiative is not for profit organisation with over 14 years of experience in carrying out evidence-based disease control programmes and building capacity in malaria and vector borne disease control globally. To date, over 1500 individuals from NGOs, national partners, UN agencies, donors, suppliers and the media have participated in MENTOR’s training programmeshttp://www.thementorinitiative.org/XXXKenyaReliefWeb
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MSFWater, Hygiene and Sanitation in Emergencies Course (WHS)XX1 weekInternal
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MSF (WHO, TDR, LuzOR, the Union)WASH-IT, first Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Operational Research CourseA total of 8-10 candidates will be selected and given a scholarship including travel, accommodation and living expenses. This program follows the established “SORT-IT” (Structured Operational Research and Training Initiative) model venturing into a new thematic: Water Supply, Excreta Disposal, Waste and Waste Water Management, Vector Control, Human Remains management, Hygiene (WASH).
https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/S6RHNKXXXXXXXXFace-to-FaceSeptemberLuxembourgApplicationMarie-Nathalie Houbamarie.houba@luxembourg.msf.org CAST
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Network for Water and Sanitation Participatory Hygiene and Sanitation Transformation (PHAST) About the course Promotion of hygiene and sanitation has traditionally been based on directives, training and guidelines targeting individuals and households .However these messages rarely led to significant improvement in hygiene behavior. The poor state of top down didactic approaches has had little impact in transforming communities to change their behaviors’ to counter this problem there is need to use participatory methodshttp://www.netwas.org/XXXKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation Mainstreaming Gender and Mapping Vulnerabilities in Water and Sanitation using Participatory Methodologies It’s becoming increasingly important today to incorporate issues of gender in all aspects of water and sanitation to enhance sustainability of the projects. History has proved that over 70 % of the water and sanitation interventions in developing world that have ignore gender issues proved to be unsustainable. The course on mainstreaming gender in water and sanitation seeks to address this anomaly by using participatory approach through out the training.http://www.netwas.org/XKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation Scaling Up Community Management for Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Knowing the right way forward is one thing, but achieving the rate of progress needed to meet the MDG targets is another, these calls for ways of addressing the need to provide on-going support to the many existing water and sanitation systems. There is great need to replicate success and concentrate on “scaling up” the community-management model to bring concurrent successes to many community managed programshttp://www.netwas.org/XXXKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation and Resource Mobilization for WASH Programs Many programmes have not adequately incorporated participatory monitoring in their activities. Consequently, monitoring has continued to be viewed as an activity that is carried out by outsiders, or an activity to satisfy funding conditionality. Where monitoring has existed, it has mainly focused on efficiency (i.e. numbers of completed activities), overlooking the effectiveness (i.e. functionality, utilization), for the realization of the intended benefits. Even then, the information collected is not fed back to the users.http://www.netwas.org/XXXKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation WASH and Nutrition Nutrition is a key aspect in our day to day life. Sanitation related diseases affect the nutrition status of both children and adults which may consequently lead to many deaths and yet these conditions can be managed nutritionally. Both nutrition and sanitation are both key areas that should be addressed in emergencies. One can't be managed leaving the other as they both affect each other largely.http://www.netwas.org/XKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation WASH in Emergencies: Risk Reduction The period during and after disasters signifies a time of great risk in the transmission of infectious diseases. Conditions are often unsanitary and conducive to disease outbreak. The associated risks to health are due to lack of safe drinking water, poor sanitation and hygiene practices. Early identification of appropriate, technically sound and sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) interventions is therefore critical, for a fast and effective response to disasters.http://www.netwas.org/XXXKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation Sustainable Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Schools and Communities The shared world vision for hygiene, sanitation and water supply for the new millennium recognizes hygiene conditions and adequate access to safe water and sanitation services as a fundamental right. This continues to be challenging as community WASH programmes do not adequately address hygiene promotion alongside hardware. Universal primary education in many developing countries has resulted in significant increase in schools enrolment but with inadequate facilities and little hygiene, thus affecting learning environment.http://www.netwas.org/XKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) Water is a natural resource that is multifunctional and multidimensional, threatened, source of competition and conflicts, looming and calling for integrated management.http://www.netwas.org/XXKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation Water Safety Plans as effective Quality Management Tools for Utilities (2nd Run) Water Safety Plans (WSPs) provide water utilities with a riskbased, preventative approach to managing water supplies with the cooperation of other key stakeholders. Successful implementation of WSPs can improve drinking water quality, accrue operational efficiencies and provide a robust framework to better target more sustainable capital investments. Water safety plans also addresses factors that contribute to management of non-revenue water (NRW) through physical water losses in distribution systems.http://www.netwas.org/XXKenyaReliefWeb
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Network for Water and Sanitation Integrating Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) Tools in addressing Rural Sanitation http://www.netwas.org/XXKenyaReliefWeb
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PM4DEV Adaptative Project ManagementThis is the perfect course for those new to the role of project manager and also for team members who want to develop their knowledge of project management terminology and procedures. Course participants include: team members, program managers, project supervisors and project managers wishing to increase their skills and knowledge to understand the tools and techniques to manage a project. Participants to our courses come from various parts of the world, and they bring a wealth of experience and knowledge that is shared in the course forums.In this comprehensive course,the participant will learn how to initiate, plan, implement, adapt and close a project that meets the objectives and satisfies stakeholders. The online course will introduce the elements of the project management lifecycle. The participants will learn the techniques for the efficient management of a project using a phased approach. They will also learn the concepts and techniques necessary for project management success.XelearningPM4DEV info@pm4devSbP MO
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PM4DEV Fundamentals of Project ManagementThis course is designed specifically for anybody interested in starting a career in project management. Course participants include: team members, program managers, project supervisors and project managers wishing to upgrade their skills and knowledge to understand the basic concepts of modern project management.The course is based on the third edition of the textbook Fundamentals of Project Management. The course has a duration of three weeks. Each week students will work on the activities and exercises required to meet the learning objectives. Participants require an average of one hour per day to complete the assigned activities. The course makes use of a case study to help comprehend and apply the learning material. This online course promotes and facilitates the collaborative learning approach in online courses. We use the latest version of the platform Moodle 2.6 were students will participate in discussions as part of the assignments and receive feedback from the course instructor. The course is asynchronous, the instructor provides materials, lectures, tests, and assignments that can be accessed at any time. Students are given a timeframe during which they need to complete the assigned activities, participate in discussion forms, and submitt their exercises in order to receive a grade.http://www.pm4dev.com/elearn/ecourses/efpm.htmlXelearningOpen

This course provides a collaborative method to learn the elements of modern project management concepts specially designed for international development organizations, donor and publics institutions, ngos, non profit and community based organizations.
PM4DEV info@pm4devSbP MO
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PM4DEV Effective Project ManagementThis course is designed for all people that want to start a career in development project management, including professionals wishing to upgrade their skills and knowledge. An ideal course for team members, managers of project managers and students of project management. Participants to our courses come from various parts of the world, a medium level of reading and writing English is recommended.Upon successful completion of the Effective Project Management Online course participants will: Understand the nine process areas of project management, know the steps required to plan and manage each project management process and use the primary planning and monitoring documents for a project.http://www.pm4dev.com/elearn/ecourses/eepm.htmlXelearningOpenAn advanced level, hands-on course, that will give you the skills to ensure your projects are completed on time and on budget while satisfying the needs of stakeholders. You will gain a strong working knowledge on the nine processes of project management and be able to immediately use that knowledge to successfully produce the intended objectives. Participants are encouraged to come to the course with a project for which they can use for all course exercises.PM4DEV info@pm4devSbP MO
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PM4DEV Project Design Monitoring and EvaluationThis course is designed for all people that want to improve the way results are managed in their projects, including professionals wishing to upgrade their skills and knowledge, team members, supervisors of project managers and students of project management. Participants to our courses come from various parts of the world, a medium level of reading and writing English is recommended.Upon successful completion of the Project Monitoring and Evaluation Online course participants will: Understand the monitoring management processes and evaluation results, know the steps required to plan and manage project monitoring and evaluation methods and develop an effective project DM&E system.http://www.pm4dev.com/elearn/ecourses/epdme.htmlXelearningOpenThis intensive and hands-on course gives you the skills to ensure your project is delivering the expected results. You will gain a strong working knowledge of the basics of project design, monitoring and evaluation (DM&E) in the context of project management and be able to immediately use that knowledge to effectively manage your projects.PM4DEV info@pm4devSbP MO
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Risalat Consultants International GIS Mapping and QGIS Workshop http://www.risalatconsultants.com/XSri Lanka ReliefWeb
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Save the Children Wash in EmergenciesSCUK Staff1. Undertake emergency WASH assessment*
2. Rehabilitation of community water sources
3. Water trucking
4. Construction of emergency water tanks (water distribution points)
5. Water quality testing programme
6. Establish and train Water Management Committees (WMCs)
7. Construct latrines in camps and communities
8. Construct shower cubicles and clothes washing areas in camps.
9. Wastewater drainage activities for communities or camps.
10. Solid waste management for camps
11. Clean up campaigns for camps and communities
12. Train stakeholders on WASH-related Disaster Risk Reduction
13. Train stakeholders on urban WASH emergency preparedness
14. Undertake rural community level Emergency Preparedness Planning
15. Construction or rehabilitation of water/sanitation facilities in public institutions
16. Undertake child-focused hygiene promotion activities

17. Train hygiene promoters
18. Develop hygiene promotion strategy (including IEC materials) for hygiene promotion
19. Undertake adult-focused hygiene promotion activities
20. Distribution of hygiene kits

21. Project Cycle Management and Phases of Emergency for WASH*
22. Monitoring and evaluation of WASH projects*
23. Planning and undertaking KAP surveys*
XKatrice King
K.King@savethechildren.org.uk
Katrice King
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Save the Children See proposal in SCUK folderX
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TUDelft- Delft University of Technology Pumping Stations and Transport Pipelineshttp://ocw.tudelft.nl/courses/watermanagement/pumping-stations-and-transport-pipelines/course-home/XXelearning6 monthsCertificate of completion1300
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UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands
Financial Management of Water OrganisationsStaff from water organisations and other related sector institutions, who are interested in financial management of water related enterprises. Prerequisites are preferably a relevant water science, economics or finance related bachelor degreeFinance for urban water supply, sewerage and irrigation: types of costs; cost and fixed asset accounting; financial statements -balance sheet and income and expenses statement; profitability and financial ratio analysis; demand assessment; affordability and willingness to pay; direct and contingent valuation; vendors; Economics: supply and demand curves; marginal costing, price and income elasticity; tariffs: average historical costs, long run marginal costing; metering, billing and collection; budgeting, zero and priority based budgeting; asset management plans; sources of finance for capital investment; bond markets; development banks; project finance; retained earnings. Case studies in financial management.https://www.unesco-ihe.org/financial-management-water-organisationsXX3 weeksThe Netherlands€2,850
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UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands
Faecal Sludge ManagementThis course is designed for sanitary, civil / wastewater and environmental engineers who are facing challenges with faecal sludge. As on-site sanitation is by far the most applied sanitation technology, faecal sludge management is of paramount importance globally.In this course we will address a holistic approach on FSM. There will be a focus on technology; however, technology cannot be seen separately from planning and management aspects; therefore, non-technical aspects will also be addressed in this module. As we are at UNESCO-IHE gathering active knowledge on emergency sanitation and on sanitation challenges for the urban poor within the work related to the Bill&Melinda Gates Foundation grant, participants will be introduced to the latest findings in these fields.https://www.unesco-ihe.org/faecal-sludge-management-3?utm_source=E-Source&utm_campaign=cb3abc03f1-E_Source_Mar_16_03_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d60e6862b4-cb3abc03f1-30001693XX3 weeksThe Netherlands€2,850
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UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands
Partnerships for Water Supply and SanitationProfessional staff active in water related institutions, such as governmental bodies, NGOs, consultancy firms, research institutions and water utilities.This course discusses the rational of partnerships in the water sector, gives characteristics and functionalities of different partnership modalities, and explains how to successfully manage them. Course content
Partnership options, financing, best practices, trends, private and public sector perspectives, managing partnerships.

https://www.unesco-ihe.org/partnerships-water-supply-and-sanitation?utm_source=E-Source&utm_campaign=cb3abc03f1-E_Source_Mar_16_03_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d60e6862b4-cb3abc03f1-30001693XXX3 weeksThe Netherlands€2,850
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UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands
Decentralised Water Supply and SanitationMid-career professionals dealing with planning and management aspects of water supply and sanitation infrastructures, working for municipalities, government ministries, water supply agencies or consulting firms.This course provides theoretical background and practical expertise in the field of low-cost decentralised water supply and sanitation alternatives specifically suitable for the small towns, peri-urban areas and urban slums, small island communities, tourist resorts etc.https://www.unesco-ihe.org/decentralised-water-supply-and-sanitation?utm_source=E-Source&utm_campaign=cb3abc03f1-E_Source_Mar_16_03_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d60e6862b4-cb3abc03f1-30001693XXX3 weeksThe Netherlands€2,850
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UNITAR Leadership, team work and team managementPrimary audience

The course is designed for national and regional military and police personnel of every rank and function serving or interested in serving in peace operations.



Secondary audience

The course also addresses a broad audience of civilians, from international and regional organizations, governmental and non-governmental organizations, universities and research centers working or interested in working with peace operations.



Participants are not expected to have prior experience in or knowledge of leadership, team work and team management. However, as this is an advanced course, participants must:

Have a sound understanding of the structure and functioning of a peace operation;

Have a university degree in a relevant area with proven interest in the specific topic covered by the course (BA or equivalent) or the equivalent working experience in a relevant field (2 to 4 years);

Have good command of English language (reading and writing);

Be computer literate.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

Apply theories of leadership and team management in the context of a peace operation;

Summarize features of effective leadership;

Utilize techniques for effective team building and team work;

Identify personal strengths as a leader and the areas of potential development;

Apply conflict management and problem solving skills.
https://www.unitar.org/event/leadership-team-work-and-team-management-ptp201410e-0XelearningInternalThe unique working environment of peace operations requires a specific set of skills and knowledge for successful mandate’s implementation. The mission’s structure involves the cooperation of many individuals that come from a variety of cultural, political, religious and educational backgrounds. Despite the broad range of personalities involved in a peace operation, all individuals work towards a common goal. To achieve an efficient and productive collaborative effort, leadership, team work and team management skills are essential.UNITAR ptp@unitar.orgSbP MO
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UNITAR Introduction to Water DiplomacyThe course primarily targets government officers and diplomats seeking to enhance their knowledge of contemporary water-related geopolitical issues and strengthen their ability to promote and support cooperation and benefit-sharing around water in transboundary settings through use of negotiation, mediation and other diplomatic mechanisms and tools. International civil servants, including non-governmental organization representatives and private sector professionals who work in the world of water in a multilateral setting are also highly welcome. Scholars and graduate-level students in the field of international relations with a specialisation in water-related issues are also encouraged to join.At the end of this course, participants should be able to:



Describe major contemporary stressors influencing freshwater availability and their impact on achieving national security goals;

Identify water's potential for conflict and identify some of the world’s main water "hotspots";

Recognize water’s cooperation potential and the benefits to be drawn from collaborative transboundary water management between state actors;

Apprehend how diplomatic methods based on dialogue may be used to encourage mutually-beneficial problem-to-solution processes;

Comprehend the importance and structure of transnational water management institutions in their role to consolidate and sustain the benefits of cooperation around water.
http://www.unitar.org/event/introduction-water-diplomacyXelearningOpenWater is every living organism’s common denominator. Societies depend on it for their own subsistence and growth, and go great lengths to ensure water secure futures. But freshwater is not, in essence and in practice, an egalitarian resource and its accessibility to some often means inaccessibility to others. With unprecedented population growth, new emerging economies and the effects of climate change, pressures on our finite freshwater resources are increasing. Meanwhile, the ability of some nations to secure their aqueous requirements is being severely challenged, causing great and legitimate concern that tensions around water hotspots will intensify among water users. Yet, water holds an immense potential for cooperation which has still to be understood and empowered. Water is and will remain at the heart of international peace and security, the defense of human rights and the imperative for sustainable development paths. An increasingly strong and coordinated response is therefore expected from the international community in order to raise awareness, mitigate conflict, and build cooperation from the growing challenges posed by water between sovereign states.UNITAR mdp-elearning@unitar.orgSbP MO
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UNITAR Workshop on Negotiation Skills (in French)L'atelier est ouvert en priorité à tous les membres des missions permanentes accréditées auprès de l'Organisation des Nations unies à Genève, quels que soient leurs grades et fonctions. Les membres d'organisations internationales ou non gouvernementales sont également invités à s’inscrire à cet atelier, de même que tout professionnel issu du secteur privé.L’objectif principal de cet atelier est d’aiguiser vos compétences en matière de techniques et dynamiques de négociation afin de vous permettre d’avoir un impact positif dans les négociations auxquelles vous prenez part.



A l’issue de la formation, vous serez en mesure de:



•Analyser la complexité des négociations dans un contexte multilatéral ;

•Evaluer votre propre méthode de négociation et celle des autres ;

•Gérer efficacement les tensions, différences et conflits dans des contextes internationaux ;

•Reformuler vos relations de travail, tant au niveau interne qu’externe, en vue de bâtir un consensus ;

•Produire des résultats responsables, spécialement dans un contexte multipartite.
http://www.unitar.org/event/atelier-de-negociationXFace-to-FaceSwitzerlandOpenSi vous souhaitez renforcer vos compétences en négociation, cet atelier se propose de présenter les outils de méthode qui évitent les pièges de l’instinct et leur préfèrent des gestes éprouvés pour évoluer avec efficacité dans des instances internationales complexes. Cet atelier vise à consolider une approche responsable de vos négociations au sein de la communauté diplomatique.



Pour assurer un maximum d’interactions, l’ensemble des participants présents à cet atelier et vous-même serez invités à participer à des simulations de négociation et à discuter ensuite entre vous des différentes approches pratiques possibles. Des méthodes seront mises en évidence pour vous accompagner dans la préparation, l’action et l’analyse de vos négociations. En d’autres mots, votre conscience des diverses manières de négocier et de vos atouts et défis personnels sera renforcée afin d'assurer vos responsabilités multiples en matière de négociation durant votre carrière.
UNITAR diplomacy@unitar.orgSbP MO
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University of East Anglia Water Security for Policy Makers and Practitioners short course The course is designed for entry and mid-level water and development policy-makers and professionals in government, donor, NGO or implementing agencies as well as for environmental journalists, consultants and activists. - See more at: https://www.uea.ac.uk/international-development/dev-co/professional-training/water-security?utm_source=E-Source&utm_campaign=cb3abc03f1-E_Source_Mar_16_03_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d60e6862b4-cb3abc03f1-30001693#sthash.75PnCQpi.dpufBringing together key strengths in water politics, climate change, agricultural water management and water allocation, this course will provide participants with an exceptional chance to acquire an understanding of this key global issue.https://www.uea.ac.uk/international-development/dev-co/professional-training/water-security?utm_source=E-Source&utm_campaign=cb3abc03f1-E_Source_Mar_16_03_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d60e6862b4-cb3abc03f1-30001693XXX1 weekUK€1,800ReliefWeb
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University of East Anglia Introduction to Water Stewardship This short training course is designed for professionals working in business, consultancy, government, civil society, and donor organisations who promote, design and/or implement water stewardship as part of their roles. The aim of water stewardship is to promote the responsible, sustainable and equitable use of water for business operations, and to encourage the business sector to contribute to collective water governance and conservation at the river basin or aquifer scalehttps://www.uea.ac.uk/international-development/dev-co/professional-training/water-stewardshipXX1 weekUK€1,800ReliefWeb
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University of East Anglia Impact Evaluation for Evidence-Based Policy in Development short courseEarly and mid-level professionals, postgraduate students and academics with interests in or working with international agencies, governments, think-tanks, NGOs and other donor organisations. Anyone whose work requires them to understand the methods used in evidence-based policy making in order to evaluate and justify continued public spending on particular programmes The course aims to address an important prerequisite for incorporating impact evaluation (IE) into programme design: a theoretical and practical understanding of IE approaches to enable selection of appropriate methodologies, coupled with careful appraisal of the resulting evidence. Thus, participants will be introduced to current quantitative as well as qualitative evaluation techniques for impact evaluation and gain critical understanding of the roles they can play in the design and assessment of public policy and development interventions https://www.uea.ac.uk/international-development/dev-co/professional-training/impact-evaluationX2 weeksUK£2,500
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IRIS Deakin UniversityHumanitarian Leadership program
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BBRBuilding a Better Response, Unit 6: Complex Humanitarian Emergencieshttp://www.buildingabetterresponse.org/enrol/index.php?id=27
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