Humanitarian and international development competencies framework
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12 July 2021

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Humanitarian and international development competencies framework

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Date published

12 July 2021

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This framework, developed by the Institution’s Humanitarian and International Development Panel, is designed to illustrate the types of skills that structural engineers will require to be successful in the development sector.

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<h4>Working in the humanitarian or development sectors</h4>

Working in the humanitarian or development sectors

This article provides a realistic overview of the practical and ethical considerations when seeking to work in the sector.

 

<h4>Humanitarian and international development: FAQs</h4>

Humanitarian and international development: FAQs

This evolving series of FAQs provides guidance on considerations when acting in the humanitarian and international development sector.

<h4>Is rigorous structural engineering possible in a humanitarian context?</h4>

Is rigorous structural engineering possible in a humanitarian context?

This case study examines assessing and improving the wind resistance of bamboo emergency shelters in the Rohingya refugee camps.

<h4>Community engagement in disaster response: 2015 Gorkha, Nepal</h4>

Community engagement in disaster response: 2015 Gorkha, Nepal

This resource features two case studies. They describe how engineers engaged with the local community following the earthquake of 2015.

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