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Upcoming: CaLP Level 2 training - Niamey, Niger and Nouakchott, Mauritania

CaLP is delighted to announce that it will hold Level 2 training courses in the West Africa Region:

  • Level 2 training in Niamey, Niger from 8th to 12th of June. The registration deadline has been extended to the 15th of May.  If you are interested, please register online using this link, or refer directly to our website.
  • Level 2 training in Nouakchott, Mauritania from 22nd to 26th of June. The registration deadline has been extended to the 25th of May. If you are interested, please register online using this link.

Level 2 training courses are 5 days long and are designed for those working in all sectors (Wash, Food security, Nutrition, Shelter, logistics, finance etc…) working directly or indirectly with humanitarian organizations. Participants must have some experience in cash transfers or solid basic knowledge of cash transfer programmes, and should be willing to improve their skills and competencies in that field. The Level 2 training is operation oriented, with a focus on practicality. These two training courses will be conducted in French. For more information, please refer to our website.

Photo: Training participants from CaLP Level 2, Bamako, Mali, 16-20th February 2015. Credit: CaLP

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