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  • Sphere Training In Gaza

    This document is a report of a capacity-building event which was hosted and funded by Islamic Relief – Palestine (Supported by Forumsyd) as a part of a larger project on capacity building for partners and civil society organizations. The training was led by Mahmoud H. Abudraz from 10th of October till 09th of November 2015. The total number of training hours was 84 hours i.e. 18 training hours per week. Participants were a mixed group consisting of many CBOs all over the Gaza Strip and were gender-balanced.

     

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  • Report Sphere ToT Philippines November 2015

    This report documented the training content and reflection of Sphere TOT held in Philippines from 9th November to 13th November 2015. The report includes background, specific objectives, session inputs/output, and participants’ actions during the sessions, feedback and evaluation. It also highlights the lessons learnt and recommendations for future training programs. The list of participants and agenda are attached as annexure.

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  • OC Sphere Gazientip training report

    The training was provided in Arabic; the report is in English. A Qatar Charity funded training hosted by White Hands in Gazientep, Turkey (near the border with Syria). Focused on Sphere for practitioners working on the Syria humanitarian crisis

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  • OC Sphere ToT Riyadh training report

    Report of Sphere ToT provided by Osman Consulting Ltd - Disaster Management Experts to the Saudi Red Crescent Association (SRCA) under the guidance of the IFRC. Attendees were SRCA staff and volunteers from all parts of the country. The training was part of a larger capacity building project

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  • Customization of Sphere training to the Syrian context

    This report gives an overview of training that UNOCHA Turkey organised to adapt SPHERE training material/modules to the Syrian context.It also shaped recommendations to the Sphere Project for consideration for future revisions.

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