Category Archives: UNICEF Capacity Building PCA

Foundational Humanitarian Practice, Capacity Strengthening for TAGANA

Intan/ September 17, 2019/ News, RedR Training, UNICEF Capacity Building PCA/ 0 comments

RedR Indonesia recently concluded a five-day Foundational Humanitarian Training for capacity building of TAGANA (Taruna Siaga Bencana), which is the last training event under RedR Indonesia-UNICEF Indonesia partnership cooperation agreement on capacity development of humanitarian responders. TAGANA is social volunteer group under Ministry of Social Affairs which works closely in social affairs and protection in all phases of disaster. TAGANA

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Foundational Humanitarian Practice, WASH in Emergencies

Intan/ September 4, 2019/ News, UNICEF Capacity Building PCA/ 0 comments

On Friday, 30th August 2019 RedR Indonesia concluded the third Foundational Humanitarian Training in Yogyakarta. The training, emphasizing on WASH in emergencies, invited 27 participants from government, international organizations, local NGOs, and volunteers who are directly involved in disaster management, especially in WASH cluster. With support from UNICEF Indonesia, the training combined various methodologies and simulations, as well as exchanging

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Foundational Humanitarian Practice – Education in Emergencies

Intan/ July 16, 2019/ News, UNICEF Capacity Building PCA/ 0 comments

Last week, RedR Indonesia wrapped their second Foundational Humanitarian Practice training which is part of its partnership agreement with UNICEF Indonesia. This training took a focus on Education in Emergencies and invited 26 participants coming from ministries, local government, international and national NGOs, as well as local organizations. The curriculum of the training module was initially designed with collaboration from

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Foundational Humanitarian Training – Cluster Coordination

Intan/ March 27, 2019/ News, UNICEF Capacity Building PCA/ 0 comments

29 April – 3 May 2019, Yogyakarta Indonesia is a country which faces different natural hazards, as it has been internationally recognized to be a disaster-prone area. Therefore, Indonesian humanitarian responders, as well as the different agencies working in the field, should have a minimum knowledge and background about the humanitarian action sector in order to follow the humanitarian principles. Furthermore,

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