In fragile and conflict affected areas (FCAS) households, businesses and communities can react to crises in ways that adversely impact their ability to rebuild markets and undermine longer term well-being. In tandem, humanitarian response and economic recovery programs can unintentionally disrupt and distort market systems.
In light of these challenges, there is increasing interest from all actors to develop and innovate programs that build resiliency in FCAS using market-based approaches. In order to serve communities in FCAS, it is crucial that practitioners, multi-lateral agencies, donors, governments and other stakeholders have access to training and resources that build skill sets and capacity for designing sustainable market systems.
The Resilient Markets training course is designed to meet this need.
Global and local practices and experiences accumulated so far on the topic
Participative activities, case-studies and intensive discussions in a dynamic learning environment
Benefit from the knowledge and expertise of the ILO and ITC ILO trainers as well as speakers and practitioners from partner institutions
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The overall goal of this course is to resource participants with the best available knowledge, skills and abilities to facilitate and implement market system approaches in fragile and conflict affected settings.
The course targets humanitarian and development practitioners and partners working in fragile and conflict-affected settings, including refugee contexts, specifically:
The overall goal of the Resilient Markets course is to resource participants with the best available knowledge, skills and abilities to facilitate and implement market system approaches in fragile and conflict affected settings.
The course offers a dynamic learning experience and combines morning sessions on current and trending issues and thematic blocks on specific technical areas.
In morning sessions, participants will explore common themes to market systems development, for example:
In the thematic blocks participants will have an opportunity to deepen their knowledge on the selected themes.
View the programme of 2019 edition to get an overview of the course.
Check this page closer to the course dates for the most updated version of the 2020 programme with confirmed resource persons and experts.
The course will take place on the ITCILO campus.
Course hours on Monday to Thursday (October 5 to October 8): start-time 8.30, end-time16.30.
Course hours on Friday October 9: start-time 8.30, end-time 13.00.