Training the aid workers of today and tomorrow

With over 2,600 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.

The latest updates from Bioforce

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Doing more to protect children in humanitarian crises: Bioforce launches a new training course in Africa and brings together national and international stakeholders to review the situation

On 15th September, the Bioforce Institute, in association with Terre des Hommes and with the support of the Child Protection Working Group and Unicef, launched its third extended...

Posted on Oct 11, 2016

Bioforce attends the Quality and Accountability group meeting

Bioforce is particularly interested in the issues of quality and accountability, which are a core part of the humanitarian training courses it delivers. At this meeting, Bioforce...

Posted on Oct 11, 2016

Claus Sørensen, mentor for the students on Bioforce's 2016 qualifications-based training courses

Bioforce's class of 2016 for the qualifications-based training courses had the opportunity to discuss the issues of resilience, humanitarian aid and crisis management with their...

Posted on Oct 11, 2016

Our Impact.

PROJET RDC

DRC: STRONG FOUNDATIONS TO PROVIDE A BETTER RESPONSE

Developed by 15 humanitarian organisations under the aegis of the Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies (CBHA) and based on 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.

Making the response to humanitarian crises more relevant by building the capacity of stakeholders.

VISION & MISSION

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.