Peacebuilding in Conflict
|3 countries||This peacebuilding project funded by Islamic Relief UK and took place over Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq..||
To maximise the effectiveness and efficiency of these local humanitarians in responding to the ever growing needs of beneficiaries.
|Rebuilding Syria by providing peacebuilding training to local NGOs responding to the Syrian Crisis.||
Local Syrian front-line humanitarian workers trained in this project.
3 countries / 2018
HAD’s recently worked on conflict prevention and peacebuilding training to Syrian NGOs which promotes social cohesion and empowering nations and communities to become inclusive and resilient to external and internal shocks. This is done by supporting and strengthening of key NGOs needed to peacefully navigate countries away from potential conflict and ensure durable societal transformations occur.
Responding to current pressing humanitarian crisis’ is forever at the forefront of HAD’s objectives. With the ongoing conflict in Syria effecting several aspects of the lives of its inhabitants, HAD was hired to deliver a number of training courses aimed at empowering and strengthening the local NGOs responding to the Syrian crisis in Iraq, Turkey and Lebanon. The aim of these courses were to maximise their effectiveness and efficiency in responding to the growing needs resulting from the conflict. This IRUK funded programme saw over 380 local humanitarian professionals trained in a number of training programmes including:
- PMD Pro
- Finance non-financial manager
- Peace Building in Conflict
- Management Development for Humanitarian organisations.
More often than not training humanitarians working in these conditions- one course is not enough. With this project, HAD aimed to give local humanitarians the skills to be well-rounded and prepared workers within the field about to 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.