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Live Course: Humanitarian and Social Response Coordination

Live Course: Humanitarian and Social Response Coordination


Have you ever thought about coordinating a social or humanitarian action?

Have you ever felt the desire to go to the field, act in a cause and impact the world positively?


Now you can create and coordinate your own humanitarian action with VV!


By subscribing to theVV Plan , in addition to getting a discount on the course, you can further improve your performance through unlimited access to the VV Courses available.

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    Creating and conducting a social action is a great responsibility and must follow a series of practical and theoretical notions. In addition to knowledge of guidelines and metrics developed by major humanitarian actors. Therefore, to create your action with VV it is necessary to go through our training. 


    Our course is carried out with  specialized professionals in the humanitarian and social area , live and recorded classes, training in which you will be  certified  and you can  coordinate comprehensive social and humanitarian action . A 30 hour training,  real cases, debates, round table and many challenges  to prepare you for  go into action .

    This training will be held online, live and recorded.
    Classes will be every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday starting on the 23/05th and ending on 04/07.


    It is important to participate in the live class, via zoom, however, if the student cannot attend, the class will be recorded and sent to the student.


    The student must subscribe to at least VV's basic plan and access will be granted via email.

    • Humanitarian and Social Principles
    • CHS - Core Humanitarian Standard
    • SDGs 
    • Leadership Matrix
    • People management
    • Social Intelligence
    • Sustainable and Open Communication
    • Protection Versus Connection
    • Welfare  Versus Empowerment
    • CNV
    • Phase Out Plan
    • Field Report
    • The field in practice
    • Impact measurement tools
    • multidisciplinary leadership
    • Crisis Management & Humanitarian Diplomacy
    • Protection in the humanitarian context

    Mariana Serra:


    Mariana is a social entrepreneur, she is our creator and co-founder. She graduated in International Relations (ESPM-RJ) and specialized in Social Business at ACUMEN (USA). He was an assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Luiz Felipe Lampreia contributing to the development of papers focused on geopolitics and foreign trade. She is a postgraduate professor at PUC-RS Online. She is passionate about travel, has lived in New Zealand and Tahiti where she intensified her involvement with humanitarian actions. He was working as institutional relations for a multinational when he decided to reposition himself and idealized VV. She has worked as a volunteer since she was young and has worked in social and humanitarian projects and in refugee camps in more than 30 countries around the world. She is co-author of the book Young Entrepreneurs, leaders of Brazil that works, by the publisher Leader. He is a speaker participating in events such as TEDx and in lectures in Brazil and around the world. Mariana entered the list of 30 BELOW 30, by the renowned FORBES magazine as one of the most promising young women in Brazil under 30 years old. 


    Carolina Freire:  


    Administrator, MBA in diplomacy and international relations, internationally certified for PMP and PMD-Pro project management. He has more than 12 years in highly complex project management, with international experience in reviewing processes and changes in multinationals. In 2016, he went through a career transition process to the social and humanitarian area, then worked in the public power and in the third sector in the governance of strategic projects of organizations. He was responsible for coordinating humanitarian intervention actions in the management of multidisciplinary teams in the Sertões do Brasil (PE, PI, AL), Amazon, Jardim Gramacho in Rio de Janeiro, Tanzania and Uganda in Africa. Today, in addition to being a humanitarian and social educator, she is an operation manager in a humanitarian organization dedicated to the socio-economic reintegration of refugees and migrants.


    Anna Barbosa:


    Anna Barbosa is an advocate for minority groups, international speaker, educator and trainer of trainers, curriculum developer and researcher with extensive national and international experience in the area of interculturalism, NGO management and mentoring based on human connection. Anna's career as an international advocate for the empowerment and inclusion of individuals from minority groups has been shaped by her experience in places like the US, Lebanon, Brazil and the US-Mexico border. Her hybrid and diverse professional journey, as a humanitarian leader in her role as Executive Director of the American non-profit organization Empowerment Through Integration (ETI), as a trainer of educators for NASA's GLOBE project at Boston University, as a qualitative researcher for projects funded by the National Science Foundation, and as an international educator and researcher in the US and Latin America, among other roles, has positioned her as an experienced human connector and empowerment coach. Anna is a co-founder of the American consulting and training firm WeConnect Worldwide, LLC and an international consultant and trainer in Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIP).  Anna designs and conducts bespoke workshops and training that explain and reinforce the importance of establishing human connections/relationships as a basis for sustainable IPD practices.



    Marlise Carvalho:


    Physiotherapist, postgraduate in neurofunctional physiotherapy and graduating in the extension course Diversity and Social Inclusion in Human Rights at USP. He has more than 6 years of experience in projects   in the social area, being responsible for coordinating humanitarian intervention actions in the management of multidisciplinary teams in Sertão do Piauí, India and Roraima (together with Op Acolhida in assistance to Venezuelan refugees) in addition to participating in expeditions to Sertão de Alagoas, Amazonia and Haiti.



    Carolina Zafalon Ferreira:

    gynecologist and obstetrician specializing in Fetal Medicine. He worked in public and private hospitals, offices, laboratories and in the pharmaceutical industry. She had her first experience in Humanitarian Medicine   in 2016 as a volunteer on the Dharma-VV expedition in the Sertão do Piauí and there she found the medicine she was looking for and wanted to practice. She continued doing missions as a volunteer with Dharma, VV and also with the Health Expeditionaries. In 2019, he decided to turn this volunteer work into his main job and started his work at Doctors Without Borders (MSF). He did two missions, one in Yemen and one in Afghanistan. Now he is working in Brazil and always thinking about the next mission.
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