Sector Specific Capacity Building
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   Personal and Team Security Management
A five-day course covering principles and practical application of risk management, personal security, team security and safety issues. A must for all managers and professionals in humanitarian work.
Venue: Pune, India
Date: 10-04-2018 to 14-04-2018
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SECTOR SPECIFIC CAPACITY BUILDING

One of the core expertise of RedR India also lies in carrying out Sector Specific capacity building initiatives. Being a network of experts from various technical backgrounds, who share a passion for and possess extensive experience in designing trainings, RedR India emerges as a knowledge hub that is enabled to carry out Capacity Building in numerous sectors like Shelter, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH), Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Logistics and overall Humanitarian Practice.

Humanitarian Practice: These training courses deal with the foundational aspects of humanitarian work and are aimed at creating a base for practitioners entering the sector or for those wanting to gain some theoretical clarity and reflect upon their practice. These courses may consist of multiple topics ranging from the philosophy and values of humanitarian practice, the humanitarian space at large and its changing trends. RedR India has designed and delivered many such training programs for different I-NGOS, UN organizations, NGOs and Corporate organizations looking to work in the sector. Some of these examples may be found here.
Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH):  Insufficient human-resource capacity related to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WaSH) remains one of the most significant barriers to providing effective and sustainable services during any humanitarian response. Organizations working on field often lack the necessary technical human-resource capacity to effectively implement and sustainably manage WASH interventions. To help address these capacity needs, RedR India customizes training programs that specially deal with WaSH as a thematic with focus on both technical as well as non-technical aspects, based on the specific needs of the organization. Examples of similar work have been described here.
Shelter: Shelter and settlement emerge as one of the most dire needs in the aftermath of any major disaster. Responding to these needs require a substantial understanding of technicalities like structure, materials, methods as well as the softer aspects of cultural acceptance and community participation and ownership. An effective shelter response needs a well trained human resource. RedR India creates training programs aimed at developing these capacities in the sector. Some instances of this may be found here.
Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR): Since the ability of communities and their environment to withstand the impacts of hazards plays a direct role in determining the loss to life and assets in the occurrence of any disaster, it is important to reduce the vulnerabilities within the environments and enhance the capacity for reducing the risks that disasters pose. RedR India designs and conducts training programs aimed at building capacities required for implementing DRR programs on field and ensuring effective implementation of the same. Some of these training programs have been described here.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Logistics in Humanitarian response is an extensive, diverse and multidisciplinary stream. It acts as a support function to any disaster response and plays an integral role in the success or failure of it. RedR India undertakes capacity building programs for ensuring that sufficiently capacitated human resource exist on field for organizations engaged in disaster response.Some of these training programs have been described here.

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