CORE is a multi-stakeholder training for national level, made sustainable and scalable by franchising to national partners, funded initially by DFID and ECHO.
In 2013, CCCM-CORE has been developed with the IASC CCCM Cluster, with further support from ECHO. For 2013, there will be trainings and ToTs in five countries in Asia. For more information, see the CORE website, currently under revision, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download presentations from Shelter Meeting 13b, 29 to 30 October, here. The Meeting was supported and co-hosted by USAID/OFDA and HFHI with venue hosting by ACTED.
Shelter Meeting 13b was a great success; involving participation in Geneva and online from over 18 countries by representatives from 45 different agencies, including 4 IASC Cluster Leads, 3 UN bodies, 4 International Red Cross and Crescent Movement organisations, 29 different NGOs, 24 independent consultants and 3 academic institutions.