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  • Transitioning to early recovery - How to move from humanitarian response to early recovery? Center for Resource and System Management


    Date: 08 - 09 Sep 2012
    Country: Pakistan
    City/State: Islamabad
    http://www.preventionweb.net/go/27917

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Transitioning to early recovery - How to move from humanitarian response to early recovery?

MAIN ORGANIZER(S): Center for Resource and System Management

Type: Training Course Date: 08 - 09 Sep 2012 Location: Pakistan (Islamabad) Venue: CRSM

Background

With the increase in natural disasters, there has been recognition that anticipating and mitigating the likely risk of disasters not only saves lives but also the investment incurred on relief and recovery initiatives. Therefore, building the capacity of NGOs to implement Early Recovery programs in a professional manner will enable respective NGO to participate in the local development initiatives as real stakeholders and in a more meaningful manner.

Training themes

• Early Recovery – key concepts
• Reasons and expectations from NGOs partnerships
• Lessons Learnt and best practices of Early Recovery implementation through NGOs
• Key elements of an ideal Early Recovery project
- Strong proposal – how?
- Mainstream disaster risk reduction, gender, youth and disability
- Institutional resilience capacity through good governance
- Accountability and efficiency
- Monitoring for results
- Knowledge generation
• Resource Material

Event website: http://reliefweb.int/training/515067/transitioning-early-recovery-how-move-humanitarian-response-early-recovery

What is included in the event fee

Trainer’s fee, training material and refreshment during training days

Target Audience

Project Managers, Project Officers, Project Associates, Project Assistants, Field Staff, Social Mobilizers

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