Webinar #7 Building skills for resilience

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.

HARP-F has been providing training and mentoring to partner organisations to build their resilience and increase their capacity to prepare for, respond to and recover from natural and complex disasters. When HARP-F ends this month, the platform will ensure this targeted, highly contextualized capacity building will carry on. 

The Emergency Response curriculum is the first training course available on the platform. This training is the only non-organisation-specific emergency response course available in Myanmar, and the only one delivered in Myanmar language, by local trainers, and specific to the Myanmar context.

                                                                                    WATCH THE RECORDING

  • Host: Jocelyn Williams, Programme Management Coordinator  (Opening and Closing Slides)
  • Introduction: Sonia Zambakides, Fund Director, HARP-F (see the agenda)
  • Setting the stage: Aung Naing, Resilience Advisor and Trainer, HARP-F (slides in Myanmar language and in English)
  • Way forward: Thazin Kyaw Linn, Humanitarian Programme Manager, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
  • Training platform demo: Aye Nandar Hlaing, Myat Htet Aung Min, Arkar Kyaw, Humanitarian Trainers at HARP-F


This is the seventh and final webinar in a series on ‘Rethinking humanitarian aid in protracted crises’ hosted by the Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme Facility (HARP-F). The series 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. See the series

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Last Updated: 29th June 2022

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