This training course supports practitioners working with refugee communities in the design of livelihood interventions based on a solid understanding of market trends and demand. It applies the "Making markets work for the poor" (M4P) approach and draws upon the experiences and lessons learnt from joint UNHCR-ILO pilot projects that have tested the added value of market assessments and value-chain analyses in promoting the livelihoods of refugees in different countries.
The 2019 edition features for the first time a 10 day training programme that includes a basic and advanced module. You can choose to attend (1) the first week and receive basic training on market-based livelihood interventions, (2) the second week and follow the advanced training programme or (3) come for the full 10 day training programme.
Target GroupThis training is of interest to anybody working at the intersection of humanitarian and development programming. It specifically targets practitioners responsible for livelihood activities in their own countries and projects.
More information at: https://www.itcilo.org/en/areas-of-expertise/enterprise-development/market-based-livelihood-interventions-for-refugees
Deadline for applications: 10 March 2019