This training focuses on critical public health issues faced by NGOs working in complex emergencies. It offers an overview of issues involved in providing health interventions in emergency settings; the epidemiology of excess mortality and morbidity; the agreed guidelines and the role definitions among local, national and international actors. Both conventional wisdom and divergent views will be presented.
The course addresses the following aspects related to disaster- and conflict related emergencies
- Context analysis, e.g. fragile settings, different types of emergencies, health resilience and risk reduction
- Legal and ethical frameworks, e.g. human rights, international humanitarian law, refugee convention, guidelines on internally displaced persons, codes of conduct.
- Operational aspects of humanitarian response interventions, e.g. needs assessments, health systems, control of communicable diseases including outbreaks, communications, mental health, reproductive health, violence and injuries, approaches to non-communicable disease, environmental health/water and sanitation, nutrition
- Coordination and roles in emergencies, e.g. ongoing humanitarian reform process, role of national governmental and non-governmental actors
Training takes away
The goal of the course is to enhance the capacity of humanitarian assistance workers and their organizations to respond to the health needs of refugees and internally displaced persons affected by these emergencies. Participants will master key competencies in a range of sectors including epidemiology, communicable disease, nutrition, reproductive health, protection & security, psychosocial issues, and coordination. On completion of the training, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge on health issues in different settings and accepted approaches/guidelines to deal with them;
- Analyze and apply this knowledge to a variety of settings, adjusting to time and resources available
- Design and develop appropriate public health management strategies for humanitarian response, including planning, coordination, monitoring and evaluation
Methodology of training
The mixed-method approach will be used to inculcate the adult learning principles for the training. To make it highly innovative, the trainer will use lectures, discussions, group work, and case studies from existing fraud cases. The training will be conducted in a friendly environment where the participants will be encouraged to bring forward their queries and share their thoughts and opinions. Participative practical activities will reinforce individual and group learning. The training will be evaluated at every day’s end to know the shortcomings/lacking and will be improved for the next day.
Humanitarian professionals working, or aiming to work, with national or international emergency management agencies, relief organizations, national governments or the UN system.
Medium of Instruction:
Duration & Venue:
March 29 to 31, 2023
March 19, 2023
- Local Organizations (Turkey Based) $290
- International Organizations (Turkey Based) $390
- Other Countries $590
Early Bird Discount:
10 % discount will be offered if registered before March 09, 2023.
Residential Package is available at the venue hotel on payment of required charges.
Discount Policy: Group Discount (from same organisation):
On every three paid nominations from same organisation, one person (i.e fourth one) will be free of charge.
CRSM also offers this training for your organisation as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customised for your organisation’s specific needs.
To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +92 321 55 65 072 or +92 316 58 87 783 or mail to email@example.com
For Further Information, Please Contact:
Tel: +92 321 55 65 072 or +92 316 58 87 783