Humanitarian U Report Finds Evidence of eLearning’s Impact on Aid Workers

Humanitarian U (HU) was founded by Dr. Kirsten Johnson in 2011 with a mandate to deliver professional certification and training to humanitarian aid workers around the world. HU’s blended approach, which includes web-based and face-to-face training programs, targets universities, emergency medical teams, NGOs, and individual aid workers. A report released in early 2019 reveals that […] The post Humanitarian U Report Finds Evidence of eLearning’s Impact on Aid Workers appeared first on eLearningInside News.

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