HUMANITARIAN ANALYSIS PROGRAMME
29 November 2018 16:00 – 19:30
The Humanitarian Analysis Programme, generously funded by ECHO and CDC, has been designed to drive a more robust and consistent approach to analysis within the humanitarian sector and to create a network of highly skilled humanitarian analysts.
If you are interested in developing your own or your organisation’s analytical capacity, come and meet the programme participants and the ACAPS team behind the programme.
Lasting six month, the programme is highly tailored to the needs of individuals and their organisations. It includes a blend of face-to-face training, mentoring, peer-to-peer support and remote learning activities such as webinars and group calls. 25 participants from 18 agencies took part in the pilot which started in June 2018.
At the open day, you will be able to find out more about the programme and hear directly from participants about the impact their participation has had on their work and their organisation. You will have a chance to review the analytical products, tools and other work they have developed over the course of the programme.
The open day will conclude with a small reception to mark the successful end of the pilot programme (online registration will be open until 20 November 2018).
This project was generously funded by ECHO and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The views expressed in written workshop materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the US Department of Health and Human Services, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
Centre d'Accueil Genève Internationale (CAGI)
Domaine de la Pastorale
106, Route de Ferney 1202 Geneva
10 min walk from the UN
10 min from the main train station (bus number 5)
Bus stop: Intercontinental
No parking spaces available inside the hosting site
Please for further information contact Ewa Wieliczko email@example.com
Learn more about the Humanitarian Analisys Programme