Yvette Crafti has been a humanitarian trainer since 2011, initially with RedR Australia and joining the RedR UK family in 2014. She combines training with field work and has spent almost ten years undertaking humanitarian and development assignments in Cambodia, refugee camps in Tanzania, Namibia, the Yemen crisis (from Amman) and Israel and oPt. In recent years her deployments have largely involved coordination, reporting and the humanitarian programme cycle for UN OCHA and UNHCR.
Yvette is a Sphere trainer, one of three Australians listed on the Sphere trainers’ database. Her areas of training expertise are multidisciplinary, but particularly enjoys designing and delivering training on humanitarian standards, the humanitarian system, humanitarian programme cycle components, legal frameworks, and training of trainers.
Her involvement with RedR UK began during the height of the Ebola crisis, when she delivered three week-long training workshops for medics deploying to Sierra Leone. She also led the training team in Bangkok for members of the Global Nutrition Cluster and has designed training modules on behalf of RedR for UNICEF and the Ebola crisis.
She holds a Masters of International Development and a Bachelor of Arts (political science). She is currently completing a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.