Humanitarian Principles and Practice
|End date||21 Nov 2019|
This is a three day workshop intended to familiarise aid workers with the humanitarian context, its legal framework and application of different humanitarian laws, principles, standards, and norms in practice.
The workshop will discuss the humanitarian context explaining concepts of humanitarianism, accountability, emergency, and disaster risk management cycle as well as international humanitarian law framework including RedR Cross Code of Conduct and humanitarian standards. Workshop will also explain the interaction of different actors in humanitarian response, their roles, as well as challenges. Participants will learn application of standards and humanitarian principles in practice through simulation exercise thus complementing the gained knowledge with practical skills.
So, what does the workshop cover?
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
Who should attend?
Aid workers involved in humanitarian response and willing to learn about the context they work in.
What language is it available in?
Available in English
RedR UK is an HPass accredited organisation. Our courses adhere to HPass quality standards of best practice in humanitarian learning and assessment.
To find out more, please follow the link onto the HPass website.
This sounds interesting – is there a cost?
We ask for a contribution of 1,350 SDG per day and per participant for International NGOs, 450 SDG per day and per participant for National NGOs and for Students 250 SDG per day and per participant.
Thanks! Now, how do I apply?
To book your seat on the training, please down load our training application form here and submit it, fully completed and signed, via email to:
For further queries, please contact us at:
Landline: +249 (0) 154884467
Mobile: +249 (0) 920000236
You can also directly visit us in our offices in Khartoum, Building No: 37, Area Khartoum 2, Block No 3/4/A, west of Faroug cemetery.
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