Capacity Development

We provide capacity building and technical support to humanitarian actors at global, regional and national level so that they can design and deliver humanitarian assistance inclusive of persons with diverse disabilities.

Our goal: German and international humanitarian actors and their partners have access to established and new capacity development opportunities in line with the IASC Guidelines as well as technical support to operationalise these in their humanitarian programming. 

What We Do

Development and dissemination of sector-specific learning packages, and e-learning modules on inclusive humanitarian action in line with the IASC guidelines

In-house and cross-organisational trainings for German and international humanitarian actors and their local partners.

Collaboration with other capacity development initiatives to mainstream disability in their humanitarian trainings

Technical support to German humanitarian actors and International Organisations

Guest lectures and module supervision NOHA Master International Humanitarian Action and Bachelor on Emergency and Catastrophe Relief of Akkon University.



Training Packages & E-Learning

Technical Support

Universities & Special Events

Updates on Capacity Building

Amplifying Changes Towards a Disability-Inclusive Humanitarian Response – Highlights from Our Regional Eastern Africa Training

By Heidi Villikka|16. November 2023

In total 26 humanitarian actors from 16 different humanitarian organizations took part in our Regional Eastern Africa Training on “Mainstreaming Disability in Humanitarian Action” on 27.10-02.11.23 in Nairobi, Kenya. The four intense training days introduced the human rights-based approach to disability, deepened understanding of disability-inclusive humanitarian action, highlighted the promising practices on operationalizing the IASC […]

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LNOB at the Humanitarian Congress Berlin: Promoting Inclusive Humanitarian Action and Shedding Light on Neglected Crises  

By Sabrina Ebert|13. November 2023

The project „Phase 3 – Leave no one behind!“ was once again present at the 25th  Humanitarian Congress Berlin (HCB) – as accessibility partner with technical and financial support, with a stand and a panel on inclusive humanitarian action in the forgotten crisis of South Sudan.  This year’s HCB took place under the theme “Out […]

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