The CBHFA elearning is presented as a set of four modules: Introduction, Volunteers action, Facilitation and Implementation. Anyone who is interested in community health can take one or all modules. No prerequisites are needed. The CBHFA elearning is free of charge. It allows you to work at your own pace. You get a certificate upon completing each module.
23 Apr 2015
Josh Campbell from the Humanitarian Information Unit at the US Department of State, discusses building a framework to support sharing high-resolution satellite imagery with the volunteer technical community, for improved disaster response and develop...
Tags: Video, Crisis Mapping, Crowdsourcing
21 Nov 2014
This video is geared towards non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations, and faith-based organizations who find themselves taking an active role in disaster response and recovery in their communities. This video help these group un...
12 Apr 2015
Comunidad Torres de Mesana, Valparaíso, Chile. En este video se ve a los niños de la comunidad de Torres de Mesana, en Valparaíso, Chile. Ellos son parte activa del equipo comunitario y de todas las actividades que se desarrollan en la comunidad. ...
Tags: Video, Resilience