Please note that we have extended the application deadline. You can submit your application by 4 June (12pm, CEST), here.
The project “Phase 2 – Leave no one behind!” would like to invite you to our upcoming virtual regional training on “Disability-inclusive Project Cycle Management” Central/ Southeast Asia.
The training is conducted in English via Zoom. We will provide live captioning. Other reasonable accommodation adjustments will be available upon request. The training is free of charge.
The training primarily targets local partner and in-country staff at programmatic and technical level of German humanitarian organisations working in Central/ Southeast Asia.
The training will be conducted online for 5 days during two weeks (30 June to 1 July and 6 to 8 July), as well as a short welcome session (29 June). Please see the exact timing below. The agenda will be shared with successful applicants.
- Brief welcome session: 29 June, 10:00am – 1:00pm (CEST)
- Five days of training:
- Week 1: 30 June – 1 July, 07:30am – 1:30pm (CEST)
- Week 2: 6 July – 8 July, 07:30am – 1:30pm (CEST)
- Convert the training times, here.
An estimated 15% of the world population experiences a disability, with even higher numbers in conflict and disaster contexts. While it is widely acknowledged that persons with disabilities are at heightened risk in emergency and humanitarian settings, they are often not considered as part of the general target group in humanitarian programmes.
Often disability is not mainstreamed throughout the project cycle. Within the assessment, planning, monitoring and evaluation phase of a project, persons with disabilities are often not consulted nor actively engaged in decision-making. The invisibility during all phases in the humanitarian project cycle results in a lack of protection and risk of being excluded from general humanitarian services.
Therefore, technical experts and experienced practitioners will demonstrate how disability can be mainstreamed, answering among others the following questions:
- How is disability understood?
- What are the factors that may put persons with disabilities at heightened risk in a humanitarian response?
- What key approaches should humanitarian programmers consider?
- What are key practical recommendations and promising practices?
- What are key resources for an inclusive humanitarian response?
The training will include a mix of input presentations, group and scenario working sessions, plenary discussions, open knowledge and experience exchanges. Following the workshop, participants receive certificates, recordings and training materials.
The German organisation nominates max. 2 in-country staff and max. 2 local partner staff and asks their nominees to submit their application through our project website. Please note, we can only process applications with nomination by and affiliation to a German humanitarian organisations.
The German organisation asks their nominees to submit their application, here.
Successful applicants are selected based on pre-defined criteria and the responses submitted. All applicants will be informed shortly after the application deadline.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to write us LeaveNoOneBehind@deutschland.hi.org