2017 in figures


2945 people given guidance, training or certification


CAR & LAKE CHAD BASIN

In crisis settings: training NGO national staff and partners

In crisis settings, training always seems a long way from emergency.

However, we’re convinced that it is even more needed to increase the level of response to the needs, both qualitatively and quantitatively: continuing education programmes for various stakeholders must be designed and created for these specific contexts, with the support of local partners, as shown by the surveys that we conduct in different countries with the help of NGOs’ coordination platforms.

Key Information

372 people trained from CAR, Niger and Chad
86% work for an international organisation or a United Nations agency,
7,5% for a community or national organisation,
6,5% for the private or public sector.


GUINÉE

Ebola: training the future prevention and response teams

In Guinea, 2014 saw successive outbreaks of measles, meningitis and the Ebola virus. For the latter, it took four months, from December 2013 to March 2014, for the Ebola virus to be confirmed by laboratory testing.

The delay in diagnosing and confirming this epidemic highlighted the weakness in the epidemiological monitoring system in Guinea which prevented the implementation of an appropriate response.

Key Information

207 beneficiaries. In 2015, the Bioforce Institute, in charge of the training component of the PREPARE project, delivered initial training for 207 members of the eight Regional Epidemic Early Warning and Response teams.


TOTAL BUDGET 637,184 € (5,836,475€ total project)
BEGINNING OF THE PROJECT March 2015
DURATION 16 months
TOTAL NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES 432

FUNDING BODIES Expertise France (funding from the European Commission and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
OPERATIONAL PARTNERS The National Coordination for the Fight against Ebola, the Guinean Ministry of Health, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the Guinean Red Cross, the French Civil Security, the French inter-ministerial Ebola task force, the French Embassy in Guinea, the Guinean Home Office. 


DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

Strong foundations to provide a better response


Context is a global project to develop the skills of humanitarian professionals, run by Oxfam, within the Start Network.

Developed by 15 humanitarian organisations under the aegis of the Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies (CBHA) and based on the Core Humanitarian Competency Framework, Context provides a solid basis for staff development for improved humanitarian response.


Key Information​​​​​​​

37 beneficiaries. In 2015, 37 national humanitarian professionals were trained.

TOTAL BUDGET 510.000 €

BEGINNING OF THE PROJECT February 2015

DURATION 36 months

TOTAL NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES 160

FUNDING BODIES Oxfam (funding from the Department for International Development’s Disaster and Emergencies Preparedness Programme), within the Start Network and the Talent Development project.

OPERATIONAL PARTNERS MDF Afrique Centrale (logistics support and co-delivering sessions) in Goma, Pallottin Training Centre (CPF) Genezareth (managing the arrival of participants and providing training rooms).

BURKINA FASO

Developing staff skills in healthcare logistics




Photo : Echo

This project has been implemented by the Bioforce Institute in association with the Ministry of Health in Burkina Faso since February 2013.

It aims to contribute towards capacity building, developing and maintaining the capacities of healthcare professionals at a local level in the management and provision of medical products and equipment.


Key Information

65 BENEFICIARIES. In 2015, 65 beneficiaries from Burkina Faso civil service (agents in charge of health logistics, agents in charge of supply chain management, and students in Health Logistics at the National School of Public Health)

TOTAL BUDGET 844.125 €

BEGINNING OF THE PROJECT February 2013

DURATION 39 months

TOTAL NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES 115

FUNDING BODIES Expertise France/Initiative 5%, RHSC, UNFPA

OPERATIONAL PARTNERS Ministry of Health of Burkina Faso, National School of Public Health of Burkina Faso