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.
The Way Forward: Business Continuity For Cooperatives In The Philippines

The Way Forward: Business Continuity for Cooperatives in the Philippines

In 2013, Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines claimed thousands of lives and destroyed billions of dollars worth of property. For many cooperatives in the province of Leyte where the typhoon hit, resuming operations was almost impossible as there were no contingency plan in place. Find out how our partnership with the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) has helped cooperatives prepare for future disasters.
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.
The Norwegian Refugee Council Using Kaya To Improve Organisational Learning

The Norwegian Refugee Council using Kaya to improve organisational learning

In 2016, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) and the Humanitarian Leadership Academy (the Academy) embarked on a strategic partnership to help provide staff with access to high quality humanitarian learning opportunities.  Through this partnership, the NRC adopted the Kaya online learning platform and made it available to their global network of 6,000 staff.
Learning With Kaya – Joana’s Story

Learning with Kaya – Joana’s story

Joana Villaflor, 34, is an Independent Consultant. She has worked in the development and humanitarian sector for eight years now, managing and delivering trainings and disaster risk reduction projects.
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