Security-related incidents put the lives of aid workers and aid recipients at risk in addition to disrupting the flow of assistance to disaster-affected populations. When security incident information from international and local NGOs is pooled together, we can leverage this information to analyse trends that inform programme decision making, guide access strategies and support internal and external advocacy. Incident information can also be used to provide an evidence base for funding strategies and project cycle planning to support programme management decisions.
Aim of the training:
This course aims to enable senior managers to make effective programme management decisions that are evidenced by security incident information and analysis, ultimately maintaining access to populations in need, throughout the project cycle.
Who is this training for?
This course is suitable for Programme Directors, Programme Managers and other senior staff who have direct involvement in developing, supporting and managing programmes and projects. Suitable participants will be interested in how to effectively leverage incident information and analysis to create and sustain access, at all stages of the project cycle.
Objectives of the training:
It is anticipated that participants who successfully complete the training will be able to:
Participants will also be able to:
This 3-hour training will be split into three 45 minute sessions, with a 15-30 minute break between sessions 1 and 2. This format encourages participants to reflect and apply their learning using tools and by taking part in a group case study exercise.
3 hours, 1pm - 4 pm on the 26 September 2018
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