- 2009 construction group cours
- 2010 site planning cours
- 2011 WES and Construction cours
- 2012 WES and Construction cours
- construction reconstruction techniques
- different approaches
- earthquake proof construction
- prevention & prepardness
- protection of cultural goods
- public building
- security issues
- site planning
- social housing SHSE
- watsan (WES)
construction group home
Posted December 13th, 2010 by admin
Welcome to the website of the construction group of the Swiss Humanitarian Aid, open to all the humanitarian community active in the construction/reconstruction area . "General library" on construction documentation in humanitarian context, it also provide information on SDC project implemented in the field through the "project library".
Primarily open for SDC staff in the field and at headquarters, but also for their international and local partners, the platform welcomes participation and experiences sharing of all practitioners active in the same area.
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Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (www.deza.ch)
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is Switzerland’s international cooperation agency within the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA). During and after crises and disasters it saves lives and relieves suffering, providing people with survival aid and supporting them in the reconstruction process.
Swiss humanitarian Aid Unit (www.skh.ch)
The Swiss Humanitarian Aid Unit (SHA) is the operational part of Swiss humanitarian aid abroad. Its members are primarily used in direct operations. They also work increasingly for international humanitarian partner organisations. These organisations include the UN High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR, the World Food Programme WFP, the World Health Organisation WHO and the International Red Cross, ICRC.
All corps members are divided up into one or several SHA expert groups to match their professional activities. These experts ensure that every mission is managed efficiently and in line with the specific needs of each situation and in the four main areas where Swiss humanitarian aid is active: prevention, emergency assistance, reconstruction and advocacy.