Various training materials

Building Trust in Diverse Teams

What is trust? Why it is important in team performance? What increases or decreases the level of trust in a team? How can leaders build high levels of trust and effectively manage trust in a team?

A plethora of books and articles have been written to address these questions, but they are primarily for use in business settings. Traditionally, humanitarian organisations have integrated some of this thinking into their leadership trainings, diversity curriculum, and preparedness planning. However, until now, there has not been a concerted effort to create a body of knowledge about trust as it specifically applies to diverse teams in a humanitarian emergency setting. Read more

Hyogo Framework for Action

Submitted by laliteshananda
Project website www.unisdr.org
Document large ver. in FTP? No
Published
Tue Dec 14, 2010 1:05 am

 

Resolutions from the World Conference of Disaster Reduction

This document is very important, because some donors expect that the implementing organization abide by this resolutions.
The Conference provided a unique opportunity to promote a
strategic and systematic approach to reducing vulnerabilities and risks to hazards. It underscored the need for, and identified ways of, building the resilience of nations and communities to disasters.

 
 
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Preparing for Disaster

To increase awareness of the need to prepare for a possible disaster. Published by the TearFund.

To reduce the impact of disasters by helping a community to work together more effectively, by considering their ability to respond to disaster. To enable local facilities to respond adequately to any kind of crisis. To educate local people in basic emergency procedures.

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Myanmar Early Childhood Care and Development Centers 2010

Project location: Village, Sub-district, District, Province, Country Dedaye Township, Ayeyarwady Division
Project type: Disaster Relief/ Development Project Education
Project accomplishments The project provides free pre-school education to 411 children in the Myanmar Delta area. It also provide livelihood to 36 local teachers and staff who are employed by AMURT-AMURTEL
Project needs currently: human, in-kind, cash The project needs financial support to cover teachers salaries, teaching materials and buildings maintenance.
Project support sources The project was initially founded by Kinder Not Hilfe from Germany, at present the project is supported by private donors.
Project director’s contact: email and tel number(s) divyasundara@gmail.com
Document large ver. in FTP? No
Project Sector: Education / Sanitation etc. Education and child protection.
Project starting date July 2008
Project staff: No. Staff (Paid/Volunteer) 36 local teachers
Project expenses (yearly) 40,000 U$D
Published
Mon Dec 13, 2010 3:57 am
In January 2010 four new ECCD’s were constructed and set up, increasing to eight the number of pre-schools operated by AMURT-AMURTEL
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Humanitarian Accountability Parnership Standars

Category TrainingVarious training materials
Submitted by laliteshananda
Project website www.hapinternational.org
Document large ver. in FTP? No
Published
Mon Dec 13, 2010 9:39 pm

 

Accountability standards, the AA1000 Series, are principles-based standards intended to provide the basis for improving the performance of organisations in the area of sustainability. They are applicable to organisations in any sector, including the publi
 
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Education in Emergencies

Category TrainingVarious training materials
Submitted by laliteshananda
Project website www.ineesite.org
Document large ver. in FTP? No
Published
Mon Dec 13, 2010 9:47 pm

 

The INEE Secretariat works closely with the INEE Steering Group and Working Group on Minimum
Standards in order to ensure the right to education in emergencies, chronic crises and early reconstruction.
The INEE Secretariat strives to improve communication.
 
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