Trust Consultancy and Development (Turkey) in collaboration with RoadMap for Evaluation (Iraq) is pleased to invite you to register for the Cash and Voucher Assistance training program, scheduled for the first quarter of 2024.
The course spans 12 weeks, featuring self-paced learning materials and interactive workshops, with an expected weekly commitment of 3 hours of learning.
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Our comprehensive training program combines self-paced learning with six live online sessions throughout the training period. This training program is delivered through the
Cash and Learning Partnership (CALP) network, and participants will receive a CALP-endorsed certificate upon successful completion of the training program.
Delve into key concepts, principles, and best practices of cash and voucher assistance through a distinctive 12-week training program. This training combines self-paced online learning sessions and 6 live online sessions offered by Trust Consultancy and RoadMap, covering the following six topics:
Six interactive online training workshops with group learning activities are mandatory for successfully completing the course.
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An informative session about the training program will be prepared as a live Zoom session, and registered participants will be invited to attend and ask questions.
Youssef Almoustafa, Syrian, holds a Master’s degree in Political Economy for Development from the University of London. He has over twenty years of experience in development and humanitarian work, having worked with various governmental and non-governmental organizations, as well as United Nations agencies. He is a certified trainer in cash and voucher assistance by the CALP network and has contributed to the evaluation of numerous projects and programs. He has also delivered dozens of training sessions in the humanitarian sector.
This training program is designed for humanitarian program staff responsible for designing, implementing, and monitoring cash transfer programs. It is also suitable for individuals from non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and technical specialists from various sectors such as food security, livelihoods, water and sanitation, health, and shelter, as well as monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning specialists.
Priority will be given to participants from: