Humanitarian Toolbox


This “Humanitarian Toolbox” training organized by AMURTEL Romania in partnership with the Norwegian Refugee Council, CATTIA center and Reaching Out Romania is designed to give those involved in the Ukrainian refugee response practical tools that improve quality to international standards.

Where: CATTIA Center, Brasov

When: 11-12 June 2022

Enroll here – limited space for 30 participants


Saturday June 11th Morning Session 10-12.00

Psychological First Aid and Self Care:

Learn the basic do’s and don’ts of offering psychological and emotional support in emergency situations. This is a training specifically designed for non-professionals to be able to listen, respond and refer people appropriately. The second part of the session is dedicated to understanding and preventing burnout.

Trainers: Melinda Endrefy, Emergency Psychologist, AMURTEL Romania

Didi Devapriya, AMURTEL Romania president


Saturday June 11th Afternoon Session 15-17.00

Recognizing and preventing human trafficking

Learn to identify warning signs of risky situations as well as key questions and interventions that can keep vulnerable people safe.

Trainers: Iana Matei, Reaching Out Romania president


Sunday June 12th Morning Session 10 -12.00

Using non-violent communication to manage conflicts

Learn to calm down heated situations and respond creatively and sensitively to conflict

Trainer: Didi Devapriya, AMURTEL Romania

Sunday June 12th Afternoon Session 15-17.00

The Humanitarian Charter and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA)

Learn the principles that form the foundation of a high quality humanitarian response and the responsibility that humanitarian aid workers and volunteers have.

Trainer: Karl Andersson, International Humanitarian Assistance Coordinator AMURT


It is highly recommended that you study the following materials before attending the course:

Reading materials