The increasing number and complexity of disasters has made specialization and coordination both important and challenging. Many organizations provide human aid, whether in immediate response to a disaster or after some time. United Nations bodies, local and Netherlands non-governmental organizations and host governments, donors military and commercial service providers are all involved in one form or another. Every organization specializes in offering a particular service to the persons of concern. The organizations are largely independent having their own funding systems. When specialized and independent, they can face a series of problems related to coordination.
This course comes to aid in such problems to prove the need for coordination in terms of both preparedness and response, such as contingency planning, needs assessment, appeals, transport management and last-mile distribution.
The topics to be covered include the following;
- Introduction to coordination
- Obstacles and incentives to coordination
- Liaising with military and political actors
- The successes, failures threats and challenges to coordination.
- Advantages and disadvantages of coordination models
- How coordination gets done
Course Begins on 1st of every month for three months
Course Level: Certificate Course
Cost: Amount €400
To register for this course, kindly contact
Zuiderbrink 63, Gravenhage