Training the aid workers of today and tomorrow

With over 2,100 people trained every year, the Bioforce Institute builds the capacity of humanitarian professionals worldwide.

More than 120 courses, specific to the humanitarian and international development sector.

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Le vieux souk de Tripoli. Photo WikiCommons
Bioforce decided to partner with the French think tank Groupe URD and the Lebanese NGO North LEDA and focus on capacity building for local humanitarian actors.
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In a rapidly changing aid ecosystem, how to help humanitarian organisations* better recruit, retain and develop competent staff? How to help individuals have greater clarity on how they can enter the aid sector and be effective for people in need?

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Photo cover : Syrian refugee children pose as they play in front of their family residence at Azraq refugee camp near Al Azraq city, Jordan, June 27, 2016.
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Making the response to humanitarian crises more relevant by building the capacity of stakeholders.


The capacity of humanitarian crisis response teams determines the quality of aid received and ensures the response is relevant, efficient, sustainable and adheres to humanitarian principles.