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CALL FOR REGISTRATION: FRONT LINE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 

The Inter-Agency Working Group East & Central Africa (IAWG) in collaboration with HELP Logistics are pleased to invite you to the Front Line Supply Chain Management Training. The training will be held in JUBA South Sudan. 

Dates:

ROUND 1: 22nd -23rd January 2018, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY

ROUND 2: 24th – 25th January 2018, THURSDAY & FRIDAY

Venue: JUBA - TBC

Target group: Supply chain/Logistics professionals drawn from all humanitarian and development organizations working in South Sudan.

This two days training seeks to highlight the issues that surround front line supply chain management and how to solve them using gamification tools that encourage collaboration and interaction within and out of the respective organizations. 

Among the modules to be covered will be; 

Humanitarian Logistics Management – this theory session will offer best practices in sourcing, warehousing, transport and distribution targeting the tactical and operational staff who are constantly managing these operations

Fraud and Corruption  – this theory session will be bring to light the nature and types of fraud and corruption practices that hamper effective service delivery for humanitarian operations, how to identify them and what to do to protect individual organizations.

High  Energy Biscuit Simulation – this is a practical experience which shows that high pressure systems in which materials, information and ideas flow with time lags, limited transparency, conflicting objectives & unanticipated disruptions do easily cause waste in terms of time money and service quality.

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST COMPLETE THE ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM THROUGH THIS LINKhttps://goo.gl/forms/okRDlQ2Nk8SoEde52

Remember to indicate your preferred dates of the training.

   

A Confirmation email will be sent together with an invitation letter & agenda for the selected qualified candidates. Priority 1 will be given to participants drawn from IAWG member organizations

 

Entry Fee: Free of charge - The organizers will cover for Lunch, refreshments & conference materials during the conference. All participants will be expected to organize for their travel and accommodation if needed.

 

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS TUESDAY 8TH JANUARY 2019 COB.

 

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Global Platform calls for innovation

 

The UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) has called for innovative ideas and approaches for DRR to be showcased at its most prominent conference, the Global Platform.

 

The 2019 Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction will be the first to feature a dedicated Innovation Platform. The aim is to attract, showcase and display applications of new and innovative approaches in disaster risk reduction.

 

Innovation proposals can be related to a number of areas, such as new methodologies to implement disaster risk reduction, or the use of new technology, innovative awareness-raising or educational activities.

 

In addition to the Innovation Platform itself, innovation at the conference will be explored through a series of activities that include an exhibit, a public performance, training and the emphasis of innovation as a cross-cutting concept throughout the sessions.

 

The objective of this is to create an environment conducive to awareness-raising, behaviour change, as well as to ensure inter-disciplinary cross-fertilization of ideas, and to reach out beyond the more specialized DRR community so that new partnerships can evolve.

 

Calls for proposals to the Innovation Platform are open from now until 15 January 2019.

 

https://www.unisdr.org/archive/62185

 

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Inter-Agency Working Group on disaster Preparedness for East and Central Africa (IAWG)

P.O. Box 14762- 00800 Westlands Nairobi, Kenya Tel:+254 (20) 418 0403/4/5

Physical location, Lower Kabete Road (Ngecha Junction).