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RedR-IHE in action

RedR-IHE Sri Lanka Learning support and capacity building programme since February 2005 to provide training in transitional shelter construction and emergency preparedness. The worsening security situation prompted the recent addition of security training for the humanitarian community.

RedR-IHE in Darfur, Sudan Programme to equip aid workers with skills to respond to and manage safety and security around its office in Khartoum since 2005. The UN recently reported a 400% rise in the number of security incidents affecting humanitarian workers since June 2004. In July 2006 alone, nine aid workers were killed in Darfur.

RedR-IHE's Security Training Programme As a result of securing grant funding of almost US$600,000 (£333,000) funding from OFDA (part of USAID), RedR-IHE will be building upon its established security training programme.

RedR-IHE's General Training Programme RedR-IHE continues to run a range of courses for existing and potential humanitarian workers such as the one day 'So You Want to be Relief Worker' aid sector introduction course.

RedR-IHE's Recruitment and Membership Service RedR-IHE continues to handle vacancies for a large number of humanitarian agencies and has vacancies for construction engineers, infrastructure managers and water and sanitation coordinators.

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