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Humanitarian Assistance Certificate Course

This guide is designed to provide Humanitarian Actors and other interested parties with information on how they can develop their humanitarian competencies. The curriculum is not exhaustive neither is it academic oriented, but it provide the starting point for those working in the humanitarian sectors. Further resources will always be added to the training. This course does not attempt to provide a sector by sector guide. It explain what shall be covered in each section for this course.

Humanitarian Assistance Course provides an avenue to becoming an effective Humanitarian with acute competence in providing ethical services to those affected by natural and man made calamities and disaster. Immediately you sign-up for this training, you are on your journey to start serving in local and international projects.
This training shall provide you with an immediate hands on opportunity to serve, particularly, in the Humanitarian Response for Street Children in Nairobi, Kisumu, Kakamega, Mombasa, Kisii, Nakuru, Eldoret, and other Cities in Asia and African Countries.
After the training, you will earn a humanitarian Certificate with transcript detailing key areas of training.
After the training, interested individuals will be able to work and serve under the following departments in the “Humanitarian Response for Street Children Program”
We need competent individuals with or with no experience but with good background in the fields below to work with us part time as volunteers. If you need to grow, we are here to nurture you, if you need experience, we are here to provide it, if you need networking locally and abroad, we shall be glad to work with you realize these ends.
As you fill the application form, take not of the department you’d want to serve under after the training.
We need one Coordinator in each of these fields and many volunteers to serve under each.


1.About CAV/CHA, Humanitarian Approaches and Culture
2.Humanitarian Technical Competencies: Cross cutting Resources
3.Humanitarian and disaster risk planning and management of relief programmes
4.Humanitarian and disaster risk management theory and architecture
5.International Humanitarian law and humanitarian principles
6.Crisis resillience
7. Humanitarian Human Resource Management
8. UN and INGOs Humanitarian Response Approach
9. Basics of Non-Profit management and Fundraising Strategies
10. Avenues of Work for Humanitarians

18 Jan 2015