Cover image: © UNICEF/UNI333814/Mawa - Adolescents were listening the radio in program on 'adolescent health' on aired by the Bangladesh betar at Dewanganj, Jamalpur.

This course aims to build learners capacity to implement and promote approaches to strengthen Accountability to Affected Populations. It introduces learners to UNICEF commitment to AAP as an organizational priority and illustrates how to apply AAP key principles across the programme cycle, outlining some practical approaches and presenting good practices from development and humanitarian programmes.

Overview

This course introduces learners to UNICEF commitment to AAP as an organizational priority and illustrates how to apply AAP key principles across the programme cycle, outlining some practical approaches and presenting good practices from development and humanitarian programmes.

Audience

  • UNICEF staff (country offices, regional offices and HQ), including consultants, interns and volunteers
  • UNICEF partners, including government, civil society and private sector

Learning objective

This course aims to build learners capacity to implement and promote approaches to strengthen Accountability to Affected Populations.

Length

It should take you about 5 hours to complete this self-paced course, but if you wish to look into the optional further reading and other resources provided, it will take longer.

Structure

The course is composed of 6 modules:

Module 1: Introduction to Accountability to Affected Populations
Module 2: Integrating AAP in the way we work
Module 3: Strengthening AAP in the programme cycle
Module 4: AAP in action
Module 5: Partnership and collaboration
Module 6: Key reflections on AAP

Methodology

This course contains six self-paced modules that introduce the key content and messages on Accountability to Affected Populations. Each module contains interactive elements such as case studies, diagrams, videos and a short quiz. The final module allows the learner to test their newly acquired knowledge through a role play exercise.

This training is available in Arabic, English, French and Spanish.

Contact details

Content issues and question:

Giulia Boo, Emergency Officer, Accountability to Affected Populations, EMOPS
Justus Olielo, Emergency Specialist, Accountability to Affected Populations, EMOPS
Charles-Antoine Hoffmann, Senior Adviser, Accountability to Affected Populations, EMOPS

Technical issues: 

agora@unicef.org