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HelpAge training portal


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This digital learning platform was established for the purpose of remote humanitarian response for hard to reach areas. HelpAge International is utilizing expertise to train international and national organizations, government agencies, and the private sector on Age Inclusive Interventions.

These series of trainings on 'Helping Older People in Emergencies (HOPE)' is designed to strengthen the capacity of humanitarian actors to ensure that their humanitarian action is evidence-based and responds to the distinct needs and priorities of crisis-affected to older men, women, and other vulnerable groups.


Modules available are:

1. Age & its interaction with vulnerabilities in humanitarian crises

2. Inclusion of older people in emergency needs assessments & SADDD

3. Health, home-based & community-based care in humanitarian crises

4. Protection of older people in humanitarian crises

5. Food security & livelihoods interventions for older people in humanitarian crises

Teaching kit : international convention on the rights of persons with disabilities

June 2007

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This 'teaching kit' contains all the resources required to develop a comprehensive training programme in connection with the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Developed in a practical, accessible style, this resource includes all international texts relating specifically to persons with disabilities, as well as relevant documentary resources. More specifically, the kit contains a comprehensive range of prepared presentations with supported commentaries - to cover the key issues of the Convention. This resource would be useful to anyone with an interest in disability and international development, and particularly to those working towards the implementation of the Convention

Mainstreaming gender in HIV and AIDS work


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This manual aims to build knowledge and practical skills among facilitators who train representatives of southern African AIDS Service Organisations, NGOs and CBOs that want to mainstream gender in their HIV and AIDS organisations, policies and programmes. It is divided into five parts: key gender concepts; introduction to gender mainstreaming and gender analysis; mainstreaming gender in HIV and AIDS organisations; mainstreaming gender in HIV and AIDS programmes; and mainstreaming gender in HIV and AIDS policies. Each part contains training activities together with notes for facilitators, handouts and helpful information on conducting the training. The five parts can be used flexibly, either all together in sequence, or seperately, to fit different training needs


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