humanitarian operations

Program Information

  • Host Company
    Dataville Research LLC is a consortium of global development professionals and public policy think-tank with head office in Abuja, Nigeria and field offices in Jos, Lagos, Maiduguri, Nairobi, Johannesburg and New Delhi. We work with a wide range of clients, including international NGOs, national governments, regional organizations, bilateral and multilateral donors, private corporations and philanthropies. Find out more: https://datavillegroup.com
  • Program Description
    All recent research has shown that while many of the qualities that effective leaders possess are not unique to the humanitarian sector, it is the context in which they are deployed that is unique. A very distinctive element comes first: working with people in distress, making decisions that will affect lives and livelihoods in a fluid situation and from incomplete and ambiguous information, often in a dangerous environment, with a wide range of different actors, some of whom are likely to oppose the humanitarian effort, while being under pressure to act quickly. This programme helps people around the world prepare for and respond to crises in their own communities.
  • Target Audience
    Volunteers, first responders and entry-level professionals in the humanitarian sector from developing and developed countries; Young graduates wanting to break into the humanitarian sector; Medical Officers working in challenging political space; International civilians and military personnel preparing to serve at UN/AU/ECOWAS/NATO/EU-Mission; Postgraduate students of peace and conflict studies, disaster management, gender and development and other fields of humanities.
  • Program Content
    A First Look at Complex Emergencies; Humanitarian Principles, Values and Ethics; Humanitarian Systems and Actors; International Conventions on Armed Conflict; Sources of Internal Displacement Data; Career Opportunities in Humanitarian Aid; Research Methodology for Humanitarian Action; Mobile Data Collection; Templates for Aid Work; Personal Security for Aid Workers; Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management; Education in Complex Emergencies; Humanitarian Communications; Shelter and Settlements in Emergency Situation; Human Rights at Sea; Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Prevention and Response; GPS Mapping of Intervention Locations; Community Protection Action Groups; Early Warning and Early Response (EWER) Systems; Writing Policy Briefs
  • Timeline
    2-3 months
  • System Requirements
    A laptop or computer with a web camera, headphones with a microphone, and WiFi with a good connection. Our primary collaboration tool is Microsoft Teams. As the interaction progresses, other tools such as Zoom and Google Meet could be deployed by Host Companies as a redirect link in Microsoft Teams platform.
  • Career Prospects
    Humanitarian careers are all about improving the lives of individuals and a community. Careers are often found in developing countries and emergency situations, but need exists all over the world, even in countries most would associate with privilege and peace. Humanitarian careers exist in just about every sector you could imagine.
  • Program Fee
    Company internship fee: N50,000 | Personalized mentorship fee: N10,000
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