SPHERE Standards Training – Nashville, TN

Date(s): May 4-8, 2020

The Sphere Standards are international standards for emergency response that seek to provide quality and accountability to humanitarian response. This five-day training will present the standards through participatory learning, lecture, and structured exercises & case studies. The standards are set out according to the four sets of life-saving activities: water, sanitation & hygiene; food security and nutrition; shelter and non-food items; and health action. This workshop will help you understand and apply these international standards. Those who complete the entirety of the training will receive a certificate of that will be internationally recognized. This is not a substitute for Disaster Response training but is a parallel to it. You can learn more about theĀ Sphere Project.

Basic Training Modules:

Defining Sphere Standards
The Humanitarian Charter and the Rights-based Approach, Protection principles, and The Core standards
Minimum Standards in Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion
Minimum Standards in Food Security and Nutrition
Minimum Standards in Shelter, Settlement and non-Food Items
Minimum Standards in Health Action

Location: Nashville, TN
Contact: Justin Fields | justin@structuredtn.com