Gamification for Humanitarian Learning introduces role playing, storytelling, scenarios, peer-to-peer feedback and simulation exercises to create and deploy games for highly engaging learning in the humanitarian sector.

Our Games

Coaching and Mentoring for Humanitarians

This game will help you to put into practice the coaching skills taught in the Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring course on Kaya. It will enable you to practically apply your coaching knowledge and skills, and assess the impact of your coaching practice.

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The Flood

A storm and flooding strike your town, affecting many. This game gives you a view of the world of volunteering. Get ready to face challenges and make quick decisions – testing your abilities to be an effective volunteer. Good luck!

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Design Thinking in Practice

Design Thinking in Practice is a step-by-step journey in understanding a context and problem, and developing corresponding solutions that are effective, suitable, and sustainable. In the game, you will go over a sequence of activities and emerge with a solution that is informed by a deeper understanding of the user you are designing for.

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Welcome Aboard

Welcome Aboard is a game for organisations to onboard new employees in a fun, engaging manner that accounts for the unique value that the organisation and new employee bring to each other. The game includes fun activities to introduce a new employee to the organisation’s vision that is uniquely tailored to them.

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Future of Skills

This game is a forecast of the future of skills reaching ten years into the future, to roughly the year 2030. This forecast is not a prediction, nor even a set of recommendations. It is a tool to understand what futures are possible, with some guidance and suggestions on how to work backwards from the future to what we can do today.

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Designing a Campaign

This game takes you through the key steps to strategical build an effective campaign. You will work with two other players in this collaborative game to achieve this. Together you will ideate and create an outline for a campaign, and provide feedback to improve and develop the campaign together.

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Staying Motivated whilst Working Remotely

Working remotely doesn’t mean that your day-to-day work changes, it only changes where you do it from. Working remotely brings new opportunities to connect with your team members online. This game invites you to share with your colleague about your work using quick responses on your mobile, and to respond to your colleague about their work over a one week period.

  • Number of players: 2
  • Get better at: team building, connecting with your colleagues
  • Relevant Kaya resources: Remote management webinar

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Challenge Your Gender Assumptions

Challenge Your Gender Assumptions is a game that deals with the associations and assumptions we often make about gender. Be prepared to express and reflect on your own notions and biases, and emerge more sensitive to the people around you!

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Help us get better!

We are constantly looking for ways of improving your learning experience. Help us by filling out a short survey on your experience of learning through a game you’ve recently played.

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“I found the course very useful because it gave me an insight about how gamification could be applied in the humanitarian sector. It also allowed to gain knowledge and some practical skills on an innovative way to design and deliver training.”

Giulia, Gamification course participant

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“My goal is to make the education environment more enjoyable and fruitful. Gamification will be helpful to me. I have to enrich my ICT skills, add more game elements and make better games.”

Sahida, Gamification workshop participant, Bangladesh

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“I loved every second of this brilliantly paced and super relevant workshop! Thank you!”

Rabia, Gamification workshop participant, Jordan

Our Gamification Toolkit

What is gamification? How can gamification aid learning, what value can it add? How do I get started on creating games? Our toolkit gives you all the answers!

Our Gamification Course

Gamification for Humanitarian Learning introduces game elements and user journeys preparing learners to use these tools to create and deploy games for highly engaging learning in the humanitarian sector.

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