Sudan Context for Aid Workers Course – Session 1
The Conflict Sensitivity Facility (CSF) has developed a two-part training course on the Sudan context for aid practitioners working in the country.
When: 15 July 2021, 13:00 – 16:00 Sudan time.
The training consists of two half-day sessions and is designed to help donors and aid practitioners working in Sudan to better understand this complex and diverse country. It is particularly useful for staff who are new to the Sudan context, though it is also helpful for national and longer-term expatriate staff.
The course is broken down into four thematic modules – Culture and Authority; Environment, Economy and Livelihood; Aid in Sudan; and Conflict and Peace. Each module will be explored from three different perspectives: theory, history, and practice.
The training will be provided in two parts. Participants will be required to attend both sessions.
Please note that this training will be conducted in English. We will be in touch shortly to offer the same opportunity in Arabic.
The CSF works with donors and implementing agencies to support the adoption of more conflict sensitive practices in their work. In doing so, we help organisations focused on delivering humanitarian and development assistance to avoid unintentionally feeding conflict and maximise their potential contribution to peace. Together we are building a movement for Better Aid.
Please confirm your interest to attend by RSVP’ing with the Join Event button at the top right of this event by Monday, 12 June. Space is strictly limited to ensure a good learning environment.