This module provides an overview of the minimum standard 4.3: people in need are referred to specialised service providers. The module explores what referral pathways are, the types of referral pathways that might already be in existence in your local context and how to identify, establish, strengthen and raise awareness of referral pathways.
There are no pre-requisites for this module, but it is recommended that learners are familiar with the purpose and core content of the Minimum Standards before attending the module. Learners who wish to deepen their understanding before participating in this module are encouraged to watch the video 'Supporting displaced populations in the Ukraine humanitarian response: An introduction to the minimum standards for displacement sites' and participate in the module 'Supporting displaced populations in the Ukraine humanitarian response: Using the Minimum Standards in practice'.
This module is a facilitated module which uses participatory methods. It is expected that learners will participate in discussions and activities in order to deepen their understanding of the concepts that are discussed. Participants will be offered opportunities to share relevant personal experiences and reflections to benefit their own and others' learning. At the end of the module, participants will be provided with a summary of key messages from the module and a list of relevant resources.
- Explain the purpose of referral pathways, their key characteristics and purpose,
- Consider the type of referral pathways that might already be in existence in your location and which may need to be established,
- Identify key actions to take in order to ensure people in need are referred to specialised service providers,
- Develop an action plan with at least three key actions you will undertake to improve or strengthen the ability of people in need to access appropriate and streamlined referral pathways.
Who should attend?
This module is aimed at anyone who is working or volunteering with displaced people in Ukraine or neighbouring countries who is coordinating or managing a collective centre or other displacement site in the Ukraine humanitarian response
60 minutes’ session online (via zoom)
How to join
If you would like to attend, please register through Eventbrite. You will receive instructions on how to join the course after registration.
The live online sessions are hosted on Zoom. We recommend joining via the Zoom app. Participants may join the training via a browser, although the browser offers limited access to some of the interactive features of the training. Participants will be expected to have a stable internet connection and to actively participate in all facilitated sessions.
What is the language of the training?
Training could be facilitated by RedR UK experts in English, Ukrainian, Polish, and Romanian.
Dates of the training sessions are listed here.
Click here to access other free, online contextualised modules offered by RedR UK to individuals and organisations responding to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and neighbouring countries.
Upon completion of the course participants will be eligible to apply for a HPass Badge, a digital indicator of achievement, and a way for participants to demonstrate their skills and experience in the humanitarian sector. You can find more information on HPass Badges here.
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