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Supporting individuals and teams working in the Sudan response

The Sudan Response Hub is now available for use

Humanitarians working in the Sudan response can now access useful training online all in one place. The Sudan Response Learning Hub has been created to provide learning online especially where it is challenging to access face-to-face training.

The Hub is a free open-access platform that curates about 50 short courses from platforms such as Kaya and Disaster Ready to support teams and individuals in all response areas in Sudan.

Janet Nyaoro, HLA East and Southern Africa (ESA) Lead who supported the creation of the hub spoke about its importance saying:

“We’ve created this hub to support fellow humanitarians in the East and Southern Africa region.  We hope they make good use of this resource.  As the situation changes in Sudan, we will update the learning hub to reflect and support the learning needs of responders.”

Resources on the hub are specifically focused on key topics and areas relevant to the Sudan response context such as Child Protection, Staff Self Care & Wellbeing, Humanitarian Essentials, Gender equality and gender-based violence (GBV) programming, Learning and Wellbeing in Emergencies, Non-discrimination, Protection against sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA), Psychological First Aid (PFA) and more.

These resources are available in English and Arabic.

Notes to Editors

Access the Hub – Sudan Response Learning Hub

About the Humanitarian Leadership Academy (HLA)

The Humanitarian Leadership Academy is a global learning initiative set up to build people’s skills and capabilities through learning. HLA facilitates partnerships and collaborative opportunities to enable people to prepare for and respond to crises in their own countries.

As a sector-facing team within Save the Children, HLA benefits from the knowledge and experience brought by 100 years of responding to crises while still retaining independence. This allows us to complement Save the Children’s work, supporting more humanitarians, working with anyone with an interest in creating positive change, and exploring new innovations in learning.

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