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New e-learning courses on market analysis in emergency contexts now available!

CaLP is pleased to announce that two e-learning courses on market analysis in humanitarian contexts are now available on disaster ready. These courses, developed in partnership with the International Rescue Committee (IRC), will provide participants a better understanding of the role and value of market analysis in humanitarian programming and the steps to implement it.

The first course "Introduction to Market Analysis" provides an introduction to the analysis of markets in emergency contexts, with input from some of the world’s leading thinkers on the topic. It is designed for humanitarian decision makers, including donors, country directors, programme managers and others who make strategic and operational decisions about what kinds of programming to promote and implement. It’s also recommended as a prerequisite for the second course developed by CaLP and IRC.

"A Practical Guide to Market Analysis" is aimed for humanitarians workers with an understanding of market assessments. After completing the course participants will have gained a solid understanding of the theory and steps of market assessments.Learners will be guided through the common steps within market assessments, using a fictional emergency scenario as a basis. This course is relevant to most types of emergency market assessment, including EMMA, RAM, MAG, the 48-Hour Tool, the WFP VAM and PCMA.

These courses can be accessed in disaster ready here.

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