17-22 October 2022
Europe/Berlin timezone

Betina Petry Nectoux

The overall learning outcomes are designed to enable participants to:

a. Facilitate the adaptation of a health cluster coordination presence at sub-national level following a significant escalation of health needs within a protracted emergency setting, such as in the situation of an IASC Humanitarian System-Wide Scale-Up and/or Scale-Up Protocol for the Control of an Infectious Disease Event;

b. Implement the advocacy functions of the Heath Cluster Team to ensure humanitarian principles are respected, particularly in contested contexts;

c. Demonstrate commitment towards mobilizing partnership, networks and inter cluster collaboration in seeking positive and meaningful health interventions for those in need;

d. Draw information from multiple sources to facilitate joint analysis as a foundation for making effective plans and decisions within a health emergency response.

e. Harness the roles that each stakeholder can play in support of the Health Cluster’s six (6) core functions using a dynamic and partner-centric coordination approach;

f. Tailor the use of global Health Cluster standards, guidelines and tools to enable an effective response as befits the national and local context;

g. Construct appropriate relationships between the Health Cluster and other coordination mechanisms (e.g. HEOCs), as well as other clusters;

h. Use information services effectively at key points of the humanitarian programme cycle to influence and persuade others in taking appropriate action;

i. Apply good practice in dealing with a broad range of specific Health Cluster coordination and leadership challenges.


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