As the frequency and complexity of humanitarian crises continue to rise, there is increasing demand for a highly skilled workforce capable of preparing for and responding more effectively and efficiently to disasters. For organisations involved in humanitarian preparedness and response, or located in crisis-affected countries, investing in the learning and development of staff and volunteers has become an urgent necessity.

The Humanitarian Leadership Academy has developed a wide range of platforms, products and services to help such organisations.

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“Whether you want to give your staff better access to quality learning opportunities or simply make your own e-learning content more widely available, we have something to suit your organisation’s specific needs.”

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Organisations already using our products & services:

Making Kaya work for your organisation:

In addition to the free content that we offer to individuals, we can also support your organisation to curate, create and share high quality learning opportunities that meet your organisation’s specific requirements.

Kaya Curate

Kaya Curate is a bespoke landing page to gather existing, relevant Kaya courses on one specific page and then share this content with your staff.

What does it include?

  • Your logo on a co-branded landing page, which is accessed via a unique URL
  • Monthly support to curate your page

Kaya Create

Kaya Create is a course page for creating or uploading your own content, supporting people to access your learning opportunities.

What does it include?

  • Full admin access to a blank course to create or upload content
  • Ability to share the course within Kaya
  • Ability to track learner access and progress via custom reports
  • Training and ongoing technical support

Kaya Share

Kaya Share is an open portal to curate, create and share courses with the sector, supporting a variety of learners to access content.

What does it include?

  • Your brand on the landing page
  • Full admin access and autonomy to manage your portal and content with training and technical support provided
  • Ability to curate existing Kaya courses and create your own
  • Ability to share your content within Kaya and reach thousands of existing learners
  • Track course interactions via custom reports

Kaya Prepare

Kaya Prepare is a closed portal to curate, create and share courses with a defined audience, usually your staff or volunteers.

What does it include?

  • Branded login page and dashboard
  • Full admin access and autonomy to manage your portal content with training and technical support provided
  • Ability to curate existing Kaya courses and create your own
  • Single sign-on integration with your existing systems
  • Unlimited learners and audiences

Our Services

Organisational Learning Service

The Organisational Learning Service is designed to foster learning and capacity strengthening within your organisation. We can support you to build a solid foundation for learning through policies, systems and processes that form the basis of effective, impactful and sustainable capacity development.

From putting in place knowledge sharing practices to designing an operating model for your learning function, the Academy’s approach is designed to make learning an organic, intuitive part of your organisation, tailored to your needs, context and resources.

Learning Design Service

The Learning Design Service can support you to design, develop, implement, and evaluate learning. From translating and contextualising existing content, to developing a course or pathway from scratch – we can work with you to design learning that meets the needs of your organisation.

The Academy has already invested in the development of a Business Continuity Planning and Volunteer Essentials learning package which can be tailored to suit your organisation.

Business Continuity Planning

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Our pioneering programme enables businesses to prepare and respond to crises – safeguarding livelihoods and preventing economic losses.

We will work with you to design, develop and deliver a programme aligned with your needs, operational model and geographical presence – including online and offline learning as required.

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Volunteer Solutions

Preparing volunteers and employees for disaster response

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This learning offer can be tailored to the precise needs of your staff. Available on our digital platform Kaya, it includes group activities as well as interactive online learning content and scenario-based assessment.

This learning offer is a cost-effective way to train large numbers of staff based in one location or spread across multiple geographies. It represents a unique opportunity to introduce your employees to humanitarian standards and effective joint working during a humanitarian response, whilst developing their volunteering skills.

 

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For Volunteer and Community Organisations ▾

This learning offer can be tailored to the precise needs of your volunteers. Available on our digital platform Kaya, it includes group activities as well as interactive online learning content and scenario-based assessment, providing volunteers with an introduction to effective working and responsible practice during a humanitarian response.

This learning offer is a cost-effective way to train large numbers of volunteers based in one location, or spread across multiple geographies. This investment in volunteer development should also increase levels of engagement, contributing to a more satisfied volunteer workforce.

 

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Our Impact

Providing Humanitarian Learning To Palestinian Refugees In Jordan

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. A few weeks ago, 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.
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Learning With Kaya: Jasmin’s Story

Learning with Kaya: Jasmin’s story

Jasmin Lilian Diab is a Canadian-Lebanese researcher, author, manager and consultant in the areas of International Affairs, Dialogue, Gender, and Migration and Refugee Studies. She recently completed two online courses on our elearning platform Kaya, and kindly agreed to share her learning experience.
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Social Accountability And Professionalism In The Medical Curriculum: Rearing A Generation Of Humanitarian Physicians

Social Accountability and Professionalism in the Medical Curriculum: Rearing a Generation of Humanitarian Physicians

Humanitarian situations draw upon many professions and skills associated with the provision of protection and assistance. Such examples are law, engineering, and most importantly, medicine.
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Get in touch with us:
To find out how your organisation could benefit from our platforms, products and services or to discuss a partnership opportunity, contact us by email at partnerships@humanitarian.academy

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