IOM is organizing a series of 3 non-technical skill development sessions on data, IM and analysis. This online learning series will help you in safely obtaining, analysing and using data for analysis and response.
The lead facilitator will be Daunia Pavone, who has worked for more than 17 years with humanitarian information management, assessments, programmes and protection. The three separate but linked events will take place on 4 and 18 August and 1 September 2022:
- Foundations of Information Management and Analysis for Humanitarian Response. In this session you will learn the basics of IM and analysis, and how to better work with IM colleagues towards Evidence-Based Decision-Making in a humanitarian response (4 August 2022 – 14:00 to 16:00 hrs. CET)
- Doing No Harm in Information Management and Analysis activities. In this session you will learn that collecting, storing, analysing and sharing data can inadvertently do harm to the populations and our colleagues. What have we learned and what can we practically do to prevent harm? (18 August 2022 – 14:00 to 16:00 hrs. CET)
- Cooperation for Useful and Usable Data & Analysis: Working with DTM to get the data you need in displacement contexts. In this session you will learn how to engage with DTM (Displacement Tracking Matrix), a key data provider in humanitarian responses, to get the data you need. Learn what information DTM can and cannot provide in displacement contexts, and where to find the rest. This session builds on the outcomes of Grand Bargain Needs Assessments Workstream and on the DTM & Partners cooperation approach. (1 September 2022 – 14:00 to hrs. 16:00 CET)
Would you like to participate in these sessions? Please register as soon as possible by sending your CV and a short motivation to firstname.lastname@example.org, before July 20th. Kindly indicate which sessions you would like to attend.