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CTG’s Women in Aid: Internship & Mentorship Programme
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Improving women’s access to decent work
Committed to creating a prosperous future for Somalia
Empowering the Female youth of Somalia through skills training
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Scaling our Commitment to Good
Stakeholder Engagement Through Materiality
Human rights & mobilising humanitarian action
Advancing the SDGs in Gaza
Balancing the gender scales in humanitarian action
Guidance from CTG’s Rapid Recruitment and Demobilisation team on competency interviews, and the most commonly asked humanitarian interview questions.
An Examination of Women’s Access to Employment in Fragile and Conflict Affected States (FCAS)
Produced by the UNGC in collaboration with CTG, this is an informative guide on how the private sector can make valuable contributions to the Women, Peace and Security Agenda.
How to login and navigate CTG Learning and access hundreds of courses from the Humanitarian Leadership Academy and others leaders in international development.
How to find the Code of Conduct and other policies on CTG Learning’s Onboarding Pass.
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