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.
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.
Supporting An Effective Diaspora Response

Supporting an effective diaspora response

The Academy is proud to partner with the Diaspora Emergency Action and Coordination (DEMAC*) Initiative to improve diaspora emergency response capacity and coordination with the formal humanitarian system, through the provision of face to face technical training, a train the trainer session, and a series of new online modules hosted on the Academy’s e-learning platform Kaya.
Improving The Efficiency Of Humanitarian Organisations In Tanzania: The Structured Internship Programme

Improving the efficiency of humanitarian organisations in Tanzania: the structured internship programme

Organisations are more likely to hire an individual with experience than one without. The dilemma, however, for many young people is where to get this experience from. The humanitarian learning needs assessment carried out by the Humanitarian Leadership Academy in 2016 showed that one of the main challenges facing the humanitarian sector in Tanzania was inadequate practical skills for personnel who can plan and respond to crises effectively.
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