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Enhancing quality and accountability in our actions, 17-22 Jan 2013, Paris

Download the Paper Appel__candidatures_Formation_qualit_et_redevabilit_Paris_2013.pdf

Coordination SUD organise du 17 au 22 janvier 2013 une formation en résidentiel (région parisienne) sur le thème de la qualité et la redevabilité dans le secteur de la solidarité internationale.

Cette formation, dispensée par Sylvie Robert et Astrid De Valon, a pour objectif principal de renforcer les compétences des professionnels travaillant dans le secteur humanitaire et celui du développement dans l'utilisation des différents outils/approches relatifs à la qualité et à la redevabilité de nos actions. Les candidatures sont à adresser avant le 23 novembre 2012 à Emmanuelle Pons: pons@coordinationsud.org

Pour le détail concernant la formation et les modalités d'inscription, veuillez vous référer au document joint.


Coordination SUD will organise a training in French on "Enhancing quality and accountability in our actions" from the 17th until the 22nd of January in Paris.

This training will be conducted by Sylvie Robert and Astrid De Valon. It aims to gather professional humanitarian workers from around the world who are engaged in quality and accountability processes and to develop their capacities in mastering and implementing Q&A initiatives.

The application should be sent by the 23rd of November to Emmanuelle Pons pons@coordinationsud.org

Please refer to the attached document for further information.

Event Info:

Date:17 January 2013
Location:Paris
http://www.coordinationsud.org/actualite/organisation-dune-formation-par-coordination-sud-ameliorer-la-qualite-et-la-redevabilite-dans-le-secteur-de-la-solidarite-internationale-du-17-au-22-janvier-2013/
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