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The International Program ;Capacity Building of ENSAN Aid Aid Egypt & West Africa and our strategic partners.

International Program: Building the capabilities of Ensan Aid employees in Egypt, West African countries, and our strategic partners.

Number of countries participating in that period: Egypt + 14 countries in West Africa

Program duration: 2020-2023, first stage

Language of events: Arabic – French and English

The program aims and seeks to build the capabilities of work crews in Egypt and West African countries by providing training packages, workshops, conferences, and forums in an unconventional way and keeping pace with global developments and events. This program comes in view of the complexities that the world is going through, which has been clearly reflected in organizations and civil society associations. To reflect the atypical interventions known in training that have been going on for more than 20 years, the same traditional interventions that do not yet take into account the changes and complexities on the global scene, and which closely monitors the needs of the organizations, associations and ministries concerned. We also focus in all our work on impact, such as those training exercises, for example, which were designed and trained by His Excellency Dr. Mahmoud Al-Samman – international development and training expert.
ENSAN Aid began this international program with a package of training and conferences, including:

1- Relief and disaster management based on the impact and risk approach

2- Project Management (impact-based. This training was provided to many international organizations around the world)

3- Strategic planning based on impact.

4- Monitoring and evaluation.

5- Governance, transparency and open information policy

6- Managing the volunteer efforts of non-profit organizations

7- Resource management.

8- Strategic partnerships management


10 – Humanitarian diplomacy and its impact on humanitarian interventions and aid

11- Risk management

12- Protection from sexual exploitation and abuse policy code

13- International humanitarian action standards

14- Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Code – addressed to non-profit organizations, governmental organizations and bodies.

15- The training guide (SHARIK) on entrepreneurship and life skills (which is implemented and applied in several Arab countries and has received several international recommendations, including: the League of Arab States – Ball State University in America – a report from the American University in Cairo on the importance and impact of the guide on young people)

16-Entrepreneurship and innovation

Within the framework of exchanging experiences and building capabilities: the Arab-African Forum for Entrepreneurship was launched, which at the beginning of 2021 included 9 Arab and African countries.

ENSAN AID started this international program with a package of trainings and conferences, including:

Frist : Disasters &Relief Workshop

to strengthening local capabilities to reduce the Coronavirus.

CHS International Standards – In Relief Work – Multiple Risk Weakness

The CRA Pillars, This workshop is to strengthen and empower communities affected by the Corona virus

training: COVID-19 Training for Health Workers: Preparedness and Response

ENSAN AID Foundation,

Humanitarian Response Committee;

will hold training:COVID-19 Training for Health Workers: Preparedness and Response

​This training is designed for health workers and leadership on the frontlines of the crisis to increase their capacity to respond rapidly and efficiently to the threat of COVID-19, while also protecting their own health.

Free courses include:

​COVID-19 Background

Infection Prevention and Control


Screening and Triage

Diagnosis and Management

Stabilization and Resuscitation

Medical Surge Operations Planning

Risk Communication and Public Health Messaging

Disaster and Relief and the SHC international criteria.



Second: Arab African Forum for Entrepreneurship

Objectives of the Arab African Forum (AAFEI)

The objective of the forum: Youth are more capable in the field of entrepreneurship and implement their economic projects with high quality and efficiency through access to knowledge and international expertise in the field of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Forum venue: Luxor City- Steigenberger Nile Palace Hotel – Egypt

Forum date: 8-9/2021

  • The main themes of the forum
  1. The appropriate ecosystem for entrepreneurship, access mechanisms for financing, technological connectivity, incubation systems and accelerators.
  2. The digital environment and its importance for the development of entrepreneurship and its role in responding to challenges.
  3. Government partnerships and the private sector are a modern model that achieves the success of entrepreneurship, innovation and economic empowermen
  4. Social entrepreneurship and innovation.
  5. Managing innovation and entrepreneurship programs and economic development programs at the local and international levels (between opportunities and challenges) and ways to promote entrepreneurship.
  • Subtopics
  1. Entrepreneurship concepts, frameworks and ways to promote entrepreneurship.
  2. Challenges and difficulties facing entrepreneurship in Egypt and the Arab world.
  3. ) Entrepreneurship towards a better impact of societal change.
  4. ) Development and Innovation – Monitoring the experience of the ENSAN Aid Foundation for Egypt, West Africa and other international organizations.
  5. Finding a basic and technical infrastructure of business incubators and accelerators to launch economic facilities and align the entrepreneurship strategy with the global agenda for sustainable development.
  6. Youth in Egypt and the Arab world, development opportunities, requirements and opportunities for economic empowerment.
  7. The role of business incubators and accelerators in supporting the digital transformation of emerging companies.
  8. Entrepreneurship Technology and Social Entrepreneurship – Arab Youth, Digital Investment Windows and Digital Entrepreneurship.
  9. Develop a set of solutions to ensure the support and financing of promising entrepreneurial projects.
  10. Partnerships to develop, direct, raise funds and finance for the management and implementation of entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship programs that solve the most pressing problems.
  11. The role of government agencies (ministries and concerned authorities), the private sector and banks in accelerating the adoption of youth and society’s adoption of entrepreneurship and economic empowerment, especially for the poorest and most needy groups.
  12. Economic Empowerment, Employment of Databases, Behavior Modification Theories and Value Chains.







Third : International Humanitarian Standards (IHS) Workshop



1) Briefly describe the background, purpose and structure of the Core Humanitarian Standard.

2) Humanitarian work based on principles.

3) Strengthening the capabilities of international associations, organizations and relevant ministries to build programs and digital systems to combat terrorism and money laundering (About WCS and other global digital systems and the field experience of the workshop trainer around the world).

4) IFPM: Management of development projects based on the impact methodology. (We work through an international guide on that methodology, providing training and technical support to many international organizations, associations and ministries, this methodology has received many international recommendations).

5) Strengthening the capacity of international associations, organizations and stakeholders in humanitarian diplomatic negotiations based on humanitarian work standards to empower communities, especially those most affected by conflicts, wars, relief operations and disasters.

Secondly: ENSAN AID Foundation is a model

Explanation of the international codes developed and applied by ENSAN Aid in Egypt and African countries for more professional work.

  • PMS Code: (International Program Management Standard – Quality Control and Accountability, using Humanitarian Standards).
  • RDM code (principles of humanitarian relief – relief and disasters from preparedness to recovery – structuring of minimum standards … principles of protection).
  • EP Code :institutional management based on the rules of international humanitarian conduct for a principled humanitarian action
  • TOI Code: Transparency and Open Information Promotion Policy.

Wokshop language: Arabic with French translation.

Trainer: Dr.Mahmoud Al-Samman, Commissioner for Refugees – a training expert and an expert on planning and international cooperation.

Training manuals are available in 3 languages: Arabic, English and French.

Participants: ENSAN AID affiliates West African countries and Egypt

Targeted training: for ENSAN AID affiliates West African countries and Egypt.