In this course you will learn more about communication and its importance. You will learn about basic communication theory, verbal and non verbal communication and active listening and giving feedback.
The e-course teaches you how to build a presentation and deliver it in a convincing manner. You learn about grounding, use of voice, breathing, eye contact and involving your audience. Learn how to use Powerpoint correctly.
An e-course to develop your map reading skills. Being able to use a map is important for those who work in integrated water resources management. Understand maps to be able to participate in discussions about water management.
This e-course will help you to become more gender-sensitive in your everyday job. Increase your ability to facilitate meaningful gender discussions with both men and women wherever you are working, especially in rural communities.
This e-course is for Local leaders in Rwanda who have to deal with GBV. The course describes four types of violence, the circle of violence, the Rwandan law on GBV and what a local leader can do to combat GBV.
In this e-course, you will discover the difference between sex and gender and how gender roles are defined by the society we live in. You will learn more about gender concepts and how gender roles can change.
An series of e-courses for international gender experts.
Topics: gender issues in agricultural value chains, mainstreaming gender, roles in households, gender-aware and gender transformative strategies.
You will learn how to identify gender-based constraints in a value chain and how to develop effective action.
Three tools are explained:
1. Activities and responsibilities per gender.
2. Access to and control over resources per gender.
3. Formulation of gender-based constraints.
The e-course teaches you what makes a good exhibitor. You will be able to define you main message, set up a good stand, even with a small budget, follow up with your visitors after the exhibition and evaluate your performance.
This short ecourse is about the importance of play for the healthy development of young children. Play is used in pre-schools to enhance the skills development of young children. Children play in play-corners in pre-school classrooms.
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