We support organisations and individuals to set and achieve their own objectives to strengthen inclusion capabilities over time through capacity development and learning in its many forms.
For example: In the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh, together with our local partner, the Centre for Disability in Development (CDD), we have been providing technical support to humanitarian organisations, including the International Organization for Migration (IOM). In 2019, we developed a five-day on-site capacity building module which gave IOM staff practical experience in conducting inclusive focus group discussions and accessibility assessments. We provided on-the-job technical support followed later in the year by a training-of-trainers module on inclusive humanitarian action. At the end of each training, participants developed action plans on how to make their interventions more inclusive.
Image: Staff from the International Organization for Migration undertaking a transect walk with people with disabilities living in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh to understand their perspectives, experiences and requirements, with support from IAG advisors and our local partner, CDD.