Save the children has launched a brief course online that formed by Humanitarian key messages prepared by his Humanitarian Capacity Building Team. Trouhgt these 13 videos you will be able to understand most of the main issues related to humanitarian intervention on the field. If you like them, share them and allow more and more people to understand how works Humanitarian Aid.

1 - Humanitarian Code of Conduct

This short animated video provides a concise overview of the Humanitarian Code of Conduct for those new to Humanitarian work. It introduces the ten principles in two parts: six Core Humanitarian Principles and four Programming Principles.

2 - Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Emergencies

Gender Based Violence (GBV) refers to various forms of violence that can affect people of all genders and which disproportionately affects women and girls. During crises, GBV risks can greatly increase. This short video addresses how you can mitigate, prevent and respond to GBV in humanitarian crises, to help the most vulnerable and avoid causing further harm.

3 - Gender Equality in Emergencies

Not all people are not affected by crises in the same way; this animation addresses issues of Gender Equality in emergencies. It highlights how humanitarians can and should equitably address the needs of boys, girls, women, men and vulnerable groups.

4 - Child Protection

This short animation introduces what is meant by Child Protection in a humanitarian emergency. It highlights some key points to remember before responding to an emergency and signposts to key humanitarian principles for ensuring a child’s protection.

5 - Child Safeguarding in Emergencies 

Sometimes the people charged with protecting children in emergencies are the very people who seek to do them harm. This short animation highlights some of the signs of potential Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) – a common category of child abuse in emergencies – and how you can respond to effectively safeguard children.

6 - Do No Harm

The principle of Do No Harm requires Humanitarians to place the wellbeing of the people they are trying to help, at the centre of their work. This short animation introduces Do No Harm, highlights some of the difficulties in meeting that standard and shares some lessons learned from the Do No Harm project.

7 - Sphere Minimum Standards

The Sphere Handbook is an internationally recognized set of common principles and universal minimum standards for humanitarian response. The Standards are designed to help you provide a high quality response to a humanitarian situation and to improve the accountability of humanitarian workers to affected populations, to donors and to each other. This video introduces the key life-saving areas addressed by The Sphere Handbook.

8 - Humanitarian Burnout

Working in emergencies is both rewarding and challenging. There is a high risk of burnout in humanitarian and aid work, so it is important to monitor your own wellbeing. 
This short video will help you to recognise some causes and signs of burnout, and provide you with practical tips to prevent burnout and increase your resilience.

9 - Field Safety and Security

If you will be working or visiting an unsecure location, no matter how familiar you are with the area, you must know the security plan and procedures for that area before visiting. This is every team member’s responsibility. 
This short video will better prepare humanitarians by outlining the security best practices and procedures they should put in place for pre-departure, en-route and whilst working in unsecure locations.

1o - Humanitarian Logframes

A logframe is a methodology used to provide a structure for designing, monitoring and managing humanitarian projects. This video introduces the purpose of a logframe in humanitarian projects and gives a brief overview of how a logframe is produced.

11 - Infant & Young Child Feeding in Emergencies (IYCF-E)

This short animation addresses the benefits of breastfeeding as a shield to protect vulnerable children in their first years of life – especially in emergency settings. It outlines the best practices adopted by Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies programmes worldwide, and highlights some of the many myths and misconceptions around breastfeeding.

12 - Psychosocial Support

Every individual will experience the same event in a different way and have different resources and capacities to cope. This video introduces the concept of Psychosocial Support in Emergencies and gives an overview of the core principles for a humanitarian intervention, where an individual is struggling to recover from the impact of conflict or disaster.

13 - Protection in Emergencies

Protection is central to all humanitarian work. This short animation gives an overview of some of the common risks and threats found in an emergency situation, and introduces four principles to ensure protecting people’s rights and dignity is considered at all stages of humanitarian projects.


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