Training Agency: RedR UK
Registration deadline: 11 Oct 2018
Training date: 18 Oct 2018 to 19 Oct 2018 —
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Do No Harm (DNH) concepts are widely used in the humanitarian and development communities and it is one of the best known tools for Peace and Conflict Impact Analysis. Assistance is often misused by people in conflicts to pursue a political or military agenda.
DNH will help you understand the complexities of the conflict environments, in which relief workers operate. You will see how decisions we make affect relationships and how to anticipate the likely reactions to relief work within given contexts. DNH helps relief workers – with less frustration and more clarity – deal with the real complexities that arise when providing assistance in conflicts. This ultimately means better outcomes for communities where relief is provided.
The course will help you avoid doing the harm that has sometimes been done in the past and will mean you contribute positively to the forces within communities that re-connect people rather than divide.
This workshop aims to build the capacity of the aid workers to apply basic ‘Do No Harm’ principles in their humanitarian work by gaining an introductory knowledge on the ‘Do No Harm’ framework. The course will enable participants to reflect on the potential contribution that the framework can make within their context and improve the quality of relief and development programmes.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The course is aimed at junior to mid level staff members of community based organizations, local government, local and national NGOs, international NGOs and other individuals who are managing, coordinating and monitoring relief, rehabilitation and development work.
$400 INGO’s $25 Nationational NGO’s /CBO’s
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