Humanitarian Crisis Simulation Exercise May 31, 2013 - June 2, 2013
(This overnight event starts at 1pm on Friday and ends at 1pm on Sunday)
Learn and practice humanitarian skills through our innovative crisis simulation activities!
SIMULATION EXERCISE OBJECTIVES:
Understand common good practice, minimum standards, and how to improve the effectiveness and accountability of humanitarian program implementation.
Achieve humanitarian-based outcomes by using resources efficiently and effectively.
Develop collaborative skills, coordinating people and organizations at times of heightened complexity and risk.
Operate safely and securely in a pressured and changing environment.
Develop personal management and leadership skills.
Location: Phillippo Scout Reservation ~ Cannon Falls, MN
EVENT REGISTRATION OPENS SOON! (Deadline May 24) EVENT REGISTRATION FEE (May 31, 2013-June 2, 2013):
￼￼￼￼►Community Members/Professionals- $226
►Support Staff/Volunteers- donations welcome
Outstanding Volunteer Opportunity! Contact gblhlth(at)umn.edu for details
Contacts for more information: Debbie Luedtke (gblhlth(at)umn.edu), Sarah Kesler(Kesle002(at)umn.edu), Eric James (ejjames(at)umn.edu)
This event is offered in partnership with the University of Minnesota's Department of Medicine Global Health Pathway, Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility, and the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs as well as the MDH Refugee Health Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Center for Victims of Torture, Mayo Clinic, and the American Red Cross.
The American Red Cross will be conducting a BLOOD DRIVE as part of this event on Saturday, June 1, from 10am-2pm.