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Delivering training: Overcoming the challenges

The delivery of high quality humanitarian capacity strengthening – face-to-face or online is not devoid of unique challenges.

As crises occur, it is important to take stock of experiences and lessons learned, then introduce simple yet innovative methods to counter or mitigate arising challenges. This promotes the healthy constant evolution to more accessible, inclusive and contextually relevant training.

Rose Wahome, returns in this highly demanded episode to share an insightful hour with Nwando Okoh, HLA Communications and Marketing Specialist. This conversation leans in to Rose’s over 18 years of experience in education, programme management and delivering face-to-face and blended humanitarian trainings including simulations as well as recent experience on the other side of the board as a student or trainee.

Rose recently certified skillset in Coaching and Mentoring supplies the perfect juxtaposition for this conversation following Rose’s first episode  “How face-to-face training is shifting the power” . She provides rich insight into common challenges faced in training delivery and how they have been or can be mitigated.

Again Rose’s insights are fueled by her life’s philosophies, one being: “For all my problems, of one thing I am sure – is that my solutions are with people,”

Listen to the full podcast episode now available on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon music, Buzzsprout and Player FM.

About Rose Wahome
Rose Wahome is a versatile humanitarian. She brings more than 18 years’ of experience spanning across managing and coordinating programmes in complex emergency settings to providing education technical assistance to teams, consulting, evaluating, training, leading projects, teaching and researching.

Rose has worked in stable, refugee, conflict and post conflict settings in Kenya, South Sudan, Ethiopia, DRC, Lebanon, Cambodia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Somalia and Syria supporting public and third sectors including Ministry of Education Kenya and South Sudan, Save the Children, UNESCO, NORCAP, UNICEF and the Institute of Education, London.

Rose holds a Bachelor of Education Arts in Mathematics and Economics from Egerton University and an MA in Educational Planning, Economics and International Development from the IOE, University of London. She is trained on the SPHERE & INEE minimum standards; Education in Emergencies (EiE); field safety & security procedures including radio communication; Disaster Risk Reduction; Advocacy; and Alternative Learning Programs among others.

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