The 2017 Myanmar Humanitarian Needs Overview published by the UN argues that ‘’about 218,000 displaced people, of which 78 percent are women and children, remain in camps or camplike situations in Kachin, Shan and Rakhine states’’. In total, it is more than 500 000 people that are in need of humanitarian aid.
In response, numerous aid organisations are working together to provide critical life-saving assistance in severely affected regions of the country.
At MzN, our mission is to make development and aid more effective. This is the reason we go to crisis afflicted countries to deliver the best training possible to help nonprofit professionals to do good, better. In Yangon, we worked with various organizations such as BRAC, Mercy Corps, World Concern, Plan, Pact.
These organizations and the people that make them help strengthen local communities, deliver essential health services in hard-to-reach areas, provide assistance to children and their families after disasters occur, ensure access to basic sanitation and safe drinking water, and help deliver various other relief and development operations. Therefore, it is crucial for them to be aware of the best practices and the latest trends in the development and aid sector.
We are very happy with the feedback participants provided after this training. In fact, 90% felt the training met their expectations and would recommend this course to others. Moreover, all participants answered that the trainer was very knowledgeable about the course content and that class participation and interaction were encouraged. Participants found that the practical aspect of the training and the variety of group exercises really was the trademark of MzN’s approach to training. It is very important for us to deliver a practical course based on real experiences, so that participants can apply their newly learned skills in their daily work.
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The MzN Training and Coaching Team