Our webinar series on ‘Rethinking humanitarian aid in protracted crises’ invites local and national actors to share their expertise in delivering humanitarian programmes in Myanmar’s complex crisis, and encourages discussions on aid modalities and lessons learned in other protracted crisis contexts.
28th June 2022
In this webinar, we launched the HARP-F's online training platform.
Register here, from 1st July: https://humanitariantraining.zabai.org
The platform is designed to provide the humanitarian and development community in Myanmar with a bespoke, accessible curriculum for civil society organisations (CSOs) and small non-governmental organisations (NGOs). The HARP-F training team presented the platform, and how international and national non governmental organisations in Myanmar could make use of this resource to develop, adapt and roll-out bespoke content for their teams.
14th December 2021
This webinar presented how HARP-F partners have sought to engage communities in WaSH programming in Myanmar and how this approach can empower community to lead the response. The experiences and lessons they shared about the impact and challenges of community engagement are also replicable in other sectors and other contexts.Read more
2nd November 2021
This webinar shared the key recommendations from HARP-F local, national and international partners in Myanmar on the structures they require and what type of support is effective to sustain a locally-led humanitarian response in Myanmar, once HARP-F's mandate comes to an end.Read more
11th August 2021
This webinar presented the findings of the new evaluation of HARP-F’s remote partnership approach in Myanmar, and invited national and international humanitarian actors to share their perspective on remote partnerships, what it requires and how it works in practice.Read more
14th July 2021
Emily Mates, Technical Director of the Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN) gave an address on key nutrition concepts and the implications of malnutrition on human capital in this HARP-F webinar held on 14th July, 2021. Speakers from Kachin Light (WPN), the Myanmar Health Assistant Association, Save the Children and Action contre la Faim shared how they adapted their nutrition programming in Myanmar in the COVID-19 and post-coup context, and made recommendations to put nutrition at the top of the humanitarian response. A Global Nutrition Cluster speaker called nutrition partners to act for better data, more external support, and increased emergency response preparedness.Read more
7th June 2021
Six HARP-F partners shared how their work is geared towards empowering local organisations to lead the response in Rakhine, Kachin and Northern Shan, what the success factors are, and what they have learned along the way in this HARP-F webinar held on 7th June, 2021. Degan Ali, a leader in changing the way people think about and deliver humanitarian aid, put the Myanmar experience in a broader context.Read more