Capacity Building Training for Frontline Syrian NGOs
|3 countries||To maximise the effectiveness and efficiency of these local humanitarians in responding to the ever growing needs of beneficiaries||
15 training courses
|Rebuilding Syria by providing capacity building training to local NGOs responding to the Syrian Crisis.||
Local Syrian front-line humanitarian professionals trained in this capacity building initiative.
3 Countries / 2018 – 2020
Rebuilding Syria 2018: HAD provides capacity building training to local NGOs responding to the Syrian Crisis in Iraq, Turkey and Lebanon.
Responding to current pressing humanitarian crises is forever at the forefront of HAD’s objectives. With the ongoing conflict in Syria affecting several aspects of the lives of its inhabitants, HAD was hired to deliver a number of training courses to empower and strengthen the local NGOs capacities to respond to the crisis in Iraq, Turkey and Lebanon. The aim of these courses were to maximise their effectiveness and efficiency in responding to the ever-growing needs resulting from this conflict. This IRUK funded programme ran 15 courses which saw 380 local humanitarian professionals trained.
Some of these courses include:
- PMD Pro
- Finance non-financial manager
- Peace Building in Conflict
- Management Development for Humanitarian organisations.
- Gender-based violence (GBV) prevention
One course is not enough when training humanitarians working in these conditions. With this project, HAD gave local humanitarians the skills to needed to become well-rounded and capacity-built workers so that they can make a difference to their own communities. Empowering local communities empowers beneficiaries and enables a community to slowly regain their skills to live dignified, self-sufficient lives.