Updated 21 August 2018
Better humanitarian analysis
ACAPS, together with some 28 humanitarian organisations, is re-designing and expanding its internal analysis training programme
"We collect a lot of data. But being able to really understand what that data means and how we can use it to project any future scenarios, was extremely useful." - Lilian Kamau, Senior Project Officer, Mixed Migration Centre
The programme helps those responsible for analysis to hone their analytical skills and improve the quality of the analysis carried out within their organisations. It offers theoretical and practical assignments on advanced analysis techniques, designing, communicating and using analysis for decision making, scenario building and joint analysis.
It runs over a period of 6 months including face-to-face trainings, as well as distance learning with the support of ACAPS' mentors.
So far the HAP received a total of 25 participants from 12 organizations and five clusters in June and July 2018.
No additional cohorts of the HAP are planned in 2018 but we hope to continue running it in 2019, pending funding.
For more information on this programme, please contact Ewa Wieliczko at ew(at)acaps.org
The HAP is supported by the European Commission - Civil Protection & Humanitarian Aid Operations - ECHO.