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To incorporate sustainable development concepts and practices in humanitarian programming and make interventions more effective and accountable.

Course Objectives

At the end of this training you will be able to:

  • Apply Sustainable development principles into humanitarian actions.
  • Enhance knowledge on three dimensions of sustainable development namely economic efficiency, social equity and environmental preservation
  • Mainstreaming sustainability into humanitarian organization
  • Improve leadership, preparedness and response capacities to emergencies and developmental issues

Course Duration

1 weeks


Students interested in working with humanitarian organizations. Also important for Project managers for CBOs, FBOs, Project Officers, grants officers, officers with supervisory roles in humanitarian organizations.

Topics are:

Sustainable development; humanitarian principles; SDG & DRR frameworks; Sustainable supply chain; sustainability in supply chain and field operations

Detailed Course Description

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Cost: USD 750 for individuals; 650 for groups above 10 participants.

Training fee includes conference package (training venue, tea/coffee, lunch, snacks, wifi etc)

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