Humanitarian programme: managing finance & fundingLyon
- Training course 12 days
Bioforce offers solutions made for and by humanitarian actors, which place practice and meaning at the heart of pedagogy.
These trainings evolve with the humanitarian context to bring you the most adapted tools and guarantee you the expected operational level.
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This training course on strategic financial management aims to provide participants with the essential knowledge, practices and tools to ensure an effective and efficient financial management of a humanitarian project and funding ressources.
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By attending this open training course, you will ensure an effective strategic financial management of a humanitarian project. And more specifically, you will know how to:
Day 1: Financial Strategy – Key concepts for understanding funding sources and mechanisms
Day 2: Financial Planning – Humanitarian project budget drafting according to project requirements
Day 3: Financial Monitoring & Review – Build and analyse a budget spending
Day 4: Financial Reporting – Donor financial reporting
Day 5: Financial Evaluation – Internal control and audit preparation
The training course is designed for staff working in international and local non profit organisations, civil society organisations and institutions, who are involved in project implementation or support services such as:
You are already familiar with the basic functions of Excel and wish to improve your skills in Excel applied to financial management.
Possess a laptop computer equipped with Excel software (minimum version 2007) and standard office tools (e.g. office pack)
Step 1: Application
The deadline for applications is two weeks before the start of a training course. Given the limited number of places for each course, it is preferable to apply as early as possible. If you are receiving support, it is recommended that you apply no later than 3 weeks before the start of the course.
To apply by clicking on the “Register” button below, please have your CV in PDF format. You will then receive an order form to return to us. Your application will be studied once you have completed and returned this order form.
Step 2: Pre-registration
If your application meets the necessary prerequisites, you will receive a pre-registration email. In order to finalize your pre-registration, you will be asked to pay the full amount of the training fees within a given deadline.
If you benefit from a partial or total coverage of the training (by an OPCA or by your employer), the financing agreement will have to stipulate the amount covered by the organisation.
Step 3: Registration
Once the payment of the training fees or the financing agreement of your OPCA is received, you will receive a final registration email, accompanied by a convocation with all the practical details relating to the training.
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After several years in Cambodia and Ivory Coast in microcredit and cocoa farming, Elsa joined the Belgian Red Cross as a financial manager and supported the National Societies of DRC, Burundi, Rwanda and Burkina Faso. She then became country manager for Burundi. In parallel, she was trained as an emergency worker in the distribution of non-food items and went on an emergency mission to Mozambique after the passage of cyclone Idai. After an associative project in Indonesia, Elsa joined the Bioforce team as coordinator of the Financial Management and Donors divisions, ensuring the quality of the educational content on these two themes.