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Pakistan Preparedness: Inter-Agency Training of Trainers (ToT) Initiative

As part of inter-agency contingency planning efforts in Pakistan for the Afghanistan Situation, UNHCR Pakistan and the UNHCR Regional Centre for Emergency Preparedness (“eCentre) in Tokyo organised a Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop in Bhurban, Pakistan from 10 – 15 February 2014.
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Humanitarian agencies in Pakistan are launching a national training programme to increase inter-agency response capacity.

  • Pakistan Preparedness: Training of Trainers (ToT) Initiative more >>
  • APEM Platform Forum on Urban Humanitarian Response more >>
  • The Afghanistan Situation: Preparing for 2014 more >>
  • Inter-Agency Field Exercise: Operating in Complex Security Environments more >>
  • Managing Security Risks to Stay and Deliver: UNHCR-JICA Initiative more >>




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The UNHCR Regional Centre for Emergency Preparedness (the "eCentre") was established in Tokyo in the year 2000, through a grant from the Trust Fund for Human Security of the Government of Japan. The eCentre works with UNHCR field offices and government, civil society, and UN partners in the Asia-Pacific region to strengthen our collective capacity to respond to humanitarian emergencies, whether caused by armed conflict, human rights violations or natural disasters. To achieve its objectives, the eCentre conducts innovative capacity-building activities and field exercises; organises fora to facilitate structured information exchange; and provides tailored training and technical support to operations in the field. The eCentre also promotes strategic and operational partnerships, drawing upon its network of alumni in the region.

The eCentre receives important financial support from Australian Aid and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. Additionally, the eCentre partners with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and other international organisations, which collaborate with and support the eCentre in the delivery of specific projects.

UNHCR Regional Centre for Emergency Preparedness

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