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CGR provides training sessions based on the SPHERE Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response framework.

 

Generally, it requires a minimum of 4-5 days/ 28 hrs. for certification and a minimum of 15 participants.

 

Other Training options can be adjusted depending on the audience. Typically 1 full-day or half-day, but can also be 2-3 hrs “intro”.

TYPES OF TRAINING

  • Sphere technical training

  • Field-based training

  • Training content development

  • Coaching and mentoring

FOCUS ON

  • Disaster Relief/Int'l Development

  • Community Development standards

  • Forcibly-displaced/refugee engagement

  • Geopolitical & humanitarian crises 

FOR AUDIENCES

  • Affected populations

  • Donors

  • Humanitarian workers

  • Mixed audience

  • Students

  • Government

  • Private sector

  • Media

CGR TRAINING IS BASED ON

The Sphere standards are a set of principles and minimum humanitarian standards in four technical areas of humanitarian response:

 

  • Water supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion (WASH)

  • Food security and nutrition

  • Shelter and settlement

  • Health

 

Founded in 1997, the Sphere is one of the earliest initiatives aiming to improve the quality and accountability of the humanitarian sector. Today, the Sphere standards are the most widely recognized humanitarian standards across the globe. They are used as reference tools by humanitarian agencies, advocacy groups, governments, and donors.

 

The Sphere standards and their foundational documents (the Humanitarian Charter, the Protection Principles, and the Core Humanitarian Standard are collected in the Sphere Handbook.

WHAT ARE THE SPHERE STANDARDS?

OUR TRAINER INFO.

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