Learners reached through our platforms and services
course enrollments on Kaya
of our learners are based in disaster affected countries
Below are examples of why our work matters for people and communities living in disaster-prone areas.
Learner spotlight: Meet Salvador
Learning with Kaya: Meet Sara
Sara currently works as a Mental Health Coordinator and Supervisor in a local NGO in Lebanon. The economic crisis in Lebanon has made it very difficult for people to pay for courses as restrictions have been set on bank accounts. However, Sara heard about Kaya, our free online learning platform, and this has allowed her to expand her knowledge for free. She has already completed 18 courses!
Learning with Kaya: Meet Josué
Josué is from Togo and works as a Healthcare Provider on a Covid-19 response project for vulnerable populations and street dwellers.
Delivering higher education in an emergency
A conversation with Professor Victoria Fontan, American University of Afghanistan
Learning with Kaya: Meet Nomnotho
Nomnotho is from South Africa and works as a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) coordinator for SaveAct, an NGO that helps rural women form saving groups so they can escape poverty.
Learning in the Health Emergencies Programme of the WHO
On 1st December 2022, we were delighted to celebrate that Learning in the WHO Health Emergencies Programme (WHE), was certified as an HPass Learning Provider after rigorous assessment against our HPass Quality Standards for Humanitarian Learning.
Learning at the International Committee of the Red Cross: Challenges & Opportunities
In this interview, Maja helps us to better understand the multiple challenges a role such as hers poses, and how the Humanitarian Leadership Academy e-learning platform Kaya is offering new opportunities and solutions to both ICRC and the humanitarian sector as a whole.
Becoming HPass Certified: Q&A with Alaa Albakour from Violet Syria
Violet Syria has obtained HPass Certified Status. We talked to Alaa Albakour, Youth and Women Empowerment Manager, about what this means for the organisation.
Providing humanitarian learning to Palestinian refugees in Jordan
One of the best things about Kaya is how it connects us to local humanitarian communities around the world. We connected with Khaled Al Shaka’a on Facebook, where he had shared how his organisation ‘One Love’ had been using Kaya’s online courses to educate and connect humanitarian volunteers in Jerash Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan.
Research & Evidence
What we do is based on what’s needed and what works. Our team conducts multiple, large-scale research projects to better understand our impact and the current skills gaps in the humanitarian sector.Find out more
Supporting Humanitarian Responses
Through our reactive capacity strengthening offer we share our expertise, supporting humanitarians during emergencies, when they are at full stretch.Find out more