Participants will also have a personalized support from IECAH and FLASH team to guide them in the use of the platform, solve doubts and deepen or expand any concept of the modules.
Director of the consultancy and
training enterprise FLASH. More than 20 years experience in the
sectors of emergency respond, assessment, evaluations, coordination
and management of Water, Hygiene and Sanitation programs in relief
and humanitarian aid. Worked also as Watsan Coordinator, Logistics
coordinator, Logistician, Consultant and in research for Médecins
Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders (Spain, Dutch section),
Action against Hunger and Intermon Oxfam. As certified vocational
trainer (1994 Germany) developed since 2006 the consultancy and
training enterprise FLASH where he organizes and implements
workshops and courses for technical specialization in the Logistics,
Water, Hygiene and Sanitation sector.
Professional experience in development and humanitarian aid in Nicaragua, Western Sahara, Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Guatemala, Belize, Ecuador, Panama, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Tanzania, Georgia, Colombia, Palestine, Sudan, Kenya, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Yemen, Guinea Bissau, Zimbabwe.
Elected member of the International Humanitarian Fact Finding Commission (IHFFC) from 2017. Francisco Rey is Codirector, researcher and consultant at IECAH (Institute of Studies on Conflicts and Humanitarian Action) in Madrid (Spain) from 2000. Founder and member of the Board. In charge of activities of research, training courses at different Universities, co-operation with humanitarian NGO´s, consultancy for different institutions: DG ECHO, Spanish Government - AECID, UN agencies, Spanish Red Cross, Doctors without Borders-MSF...
His previous experience was on the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement where he has developed different responsibilities from 1986 to 2001. Field experience in different conflict and emergency contexts: Mozambique, Colombia, Haití, Nicaragua, El Salvador, India, Philippines…
In the last years he has focused some of his research and consultancy in Colombia through the cooperation with OCHA and NOREF on issues related to the humanitarian aspects in the peace process. Member of ALNAP (Active Learning Network on Accountability and Performance of Humanitarian action). Member of the Center of Studies of International Humanitarian Law of Spanish Red Cross (CEDDIH).
Member of the Board of the Humanitarian Studies Institute (IEH. Colombia), Francisco Rey has a Diploma on Sciences (Biology) with a specialization on Public Health and a Master Degree on International Relations.
Geologist, specializing in hydrogeology and in the application of geographic information systems, PhD in environmental sciences with hydrogeological research in Senegal and Guinea.
Since University, Fabio has focused on the implementation of international cooperation programmes in the field of humanitarian action, development, risk management and training. He has worked for over 20 years in different sectors (specializing in water, sanitation and hygiene, geographical analysis for the exploration and management of water resources) with different NGOs (Oxfam, MSF and others), United Nations’ organisations (UNICEF, UNHCR) and collaborated in the training of cooperation officers with different universities and training agencies.
PhD in Architecture since 2020, with the doctoral thesis: Emergency Architecture for Infectious Diseases. Critical analysis and comparative study of infrastructures raised in Africa during the Ebola crisis from 2014 to 2019. Verónica has developed her work as an independent professional in urban planning and architecture since 2004. In 2007 he focused his activity on Humanitarian Aid, where he has worked in different organizations and countries. His practice includes urban and territorial consultancies, evaluations and technical support in humanitarian programs. For the past fifteen years he has combined his professional activity with teaching and research. He currently teaches master's and postgraduate courses at different universities. She is an expert in emergency architecture for infectious diseases, specialized in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in International Cooperation and Emergencies (UAH) and In Developing Human Settlements in the Third World at ICHaB, UNESCO Chair. She holds a master's degree in Advanced Architecture and City Project (UAH).
She is the Co-founder of n'UNDO and the technical office n'OT | Global-Human-Environment.
Organisations: WHO-EMT Secretariat, UK-MED, UK-EMT, Médecins Sans Frontiares, Stockholm Evaluation Unit, Médecins Sans Frontiares OCBA, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), Spanish Red Cross (SRC), Jesuit Refugee Services (JRS), World Physicians (MDM-ES), Architecture Without Borders, Institute for Conflict Studies and Humanitarian Action (IECAH).
Countries: Bangladesh, Brussels, Indonesia. Nicaragua, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Spain, Philippines, Sudan, South Sudan, Ukraine, DR Congo, Rwanda.