Participants were asked to act as a members of a WASH, Shelter, Protection or Medical cluster and were tasked with finding practical solutions to various challenges while working in high-pressure conditions with limited access to information, simulating real-life field conditions.
While working on their tasks, team members were also required to respond to urgent needs from IDPs and refugees, played by actors as part of the simulation. Teamwork, collaboration, coordination and knowledge sharing were all key to successfully completing the tasks. Participants gained a unique insight into the humanitarian sector, and the role RedR UK plays in building the capacity of the sector around the world.
We’d like to congratulate all of the participants for their excellent work and to thank the Atkins L&D team for their excellent role-playing skills on the day.