E-learning

 

Elearning

 

In this section the online course entitled “Appropriate energy technologies for food utilisation in refugee camps and informal settlements: overview, selection criteria and pilot case studies” is available. It will provide an overview of the linkage between energy technologies and food utilization (food preparation and preservation) in humanitarian contexts. The course is structured in five modules, each one focusing on a different aspect. Below you will find the modules which will be available as well as link to the respective introduction video. 

Module 1
Access to sustainable energy as leverage to development and human rights’ enjoyment | Go to the introduction video

Module 2
Access to energy in refugee/IDP camps and informal settlements | Go to the introduction video

Module 3
Energy and food in refugee/IDP camps and informal settlements | Go to the introduction video

Module 4
Energy technologies for food preparation and conservation | Go to the introduction video

Module 5
Identification of appropriate technologies for preparation and preservation: the SET4food decision support system (DSS) | Go to the introduction video

The SET4food e-learning platform also host thematic webinars and other additional materials. These courses will be open access (free of charge) upon registration.

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