Coalition – October 31st, 2018
DCHI offers a course Humanitarian Innovation to all professionals in the humanitarian and development sector. In collaboration with Impact City and the Data Science Initiative of the Municipality of The Hague, DCHI wants to bring Innovation back to basics and enable participants to get an understanding of innovation, its methods and processes and how the application of technological innovations such as serious gaming of the use of big data.
DCHI has invited a great number of partners from the Coalition to share their knowledge and experience to make innovation more tangible and practical while at the same time focussing on the subject matter. This course is relevant for everyone, from fundraiser to project manager, from programme officer to project controller. We are looking forward to examples from Ijsfontijn, Van Hall Larenstein, War Child and 510 an initiative by Netherlands Red Cross, amongst many others.
The course is divided in five modules starting with the basics of innovation and examples of application, and also sharing with you what it takes to innovate in the humanitarian / developmental context and what it can mean for an organisation.
The course is valued at €2500,- but offered to participants for free. Participants will receive a certificate from SBO (Studie Bedrijf en Onderwijs).