CAS: Foundations of Humanitarian Action
The Sphere Handbook presents a principled approach to quality and accountability in humanitarian response. This basic training course provides an introduction to the Sphere Handbook with the basic principles of humanitarian aid - the Humanitarian Charter together with the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) and the Protection Principles - and the technical standards in the four sectors WASH, food security and nutrition, shelter and settlement, and health. The training focuses on the practical application of the manual in concrete humanitarian situations. To this end, numerous small group exercises are conducted.
The training is designed as face-to-face training. Depending on the current situation, the training can be switched to an online format.
The Humanitarian Charter as a cornerstone of the Sphere Handbook
The Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) and the Protection Principles
The four technical chapters of the handbook
How to use the Sphere Handbook in the field and office
Trainees and Juniors in the field of humanitarian response
People with further professional experience in humanitarian response and no/little knowledge of Sphere
Markus Moke has been a Sphere Trainer since 2012. Together with Aktion Deutschland Hilft and the University of Bochum, he led the project on the translation of the German version of the Sphere handbook. He regularly conducts trainings and simulation exercises on the Sphere standards. He has been a CHS-trainer since 2017.
Leo has been working for 10 years in the fields of humanitarian aid, development cooperation and social entrepreneurship in East Africa and Latin America, among others. At Aktion Deutschland Hilft he is deputy head of department for projects and quality assurance. He is a certified Sphere trainer and has been training NGO staff worldwide on standards in emergency relief since 2013.
25.10.2022 - 27.10.2022
Maximum of 16 attendees
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