Regional Learning Conference: Improving local response & enabling a more inclusive people-centred response – Learnings from Pakistan

Project: Age and Disability Capacity Programme (ADCAP)Better Dialogue Better Information Better Action (CDAC-N)Shifting The PowerTransforming Surge Capacity 26th July 2017

Improved local Response & Enabled a more inclusive peoplecentred response – Learning from Pakistan Presenter: Sana Zulfiqar, Humanitarian Coordinator Officer, National Humanitarian Network (NHN): ‘Leave no one Behind’ ADCAP ‘Moving from individual surge capacity to collective surge capacity’ TSC ‘Shifting the Power’ Transformational change and partnering’ a video documentary ‘Integrated Conflict Prevention and Resilience(ICPR) methodology’ Key Learning LPRR Learning from CDAC Network by Angela Rouse, Senior Programme Manager Q& A and wrap up Facilitator: Shahida Arif, Regional Learning Advisor Asia, DEPPRegionalising Surge – Regional Platform ‘ Go Team Asia’Presentor: Lisa Joerke, Regional Platform coordinator Asia and Q&A

Posted by Humanitarian Leadership Academy on Monday, 17 July 2017

Presenter: Sana Zulfiqar, Humanitarian Coordinator Officer, National Humanitarian Network (NHN)

‘Leave no one Behind’ ADCAP

‘Moving from individual surge capacity to collective surge capacity’ TSC

‘Shifting the Power’ Transformational change and partnering’ a video documentary

‘Integrated Conflict Prevention and Resilience (ICPR) methodology’ Key Learning LPRR

Learning from CDAC Network by Angela Rouse, Senior Programme Manager

Regionalising Surge – Regional Platform ‘Go Team Asia’, Lisa Joerke, Regional Platform Coordinator Asia

Q& A and wrap up Facilitator: Shahida Arif, Regional Learning Advisor Asia, DEPP

Video Credit: Thanks to the Humanitarian Leadership Academy in the Philippines for offering their services in live-streaming this event.

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