UNITAR Hiroshima has developed a range of high level training programmes on leadership, communication and management through long experience training senior government, business and NGO officials, including from Afghanistan and Iraq. The programmes examine practical tools that can equip staff at all levels of management with the skills and insights necessary to achieve departmental and national visions. In addition to general leadership and management programmes, UNITAR Hiroshima has two flagship country-specific multi-year Fellowship Programmes.
Developed by the UNITAR Hiroshima Office, the UNITAR Afghanistan Fellowship Programme is our signature post-conflict training programme which builds the capacity and enhances the leadership, management, and professional skills of a core group of senior government officials, academics, and practitioners from Afghanistan.
Launched in 2015, the UNITAR South Sudan Fellowship Programme takes a unique approach in South Sudan by focusing on developing the project development, implementation and leadership knowledge, skills and attitudes of junior to mid-career level South Sudanese professionals in both public sector and civil society organizations.
Examining the characteristics and tools needed for successful leaders, these programmes provide participants with the skills and insights necessary to achieve departmental and national visions.
Participating in sports has many benefits, and the potential benefits for women from conflict-affected nations include helping build self-esteem, facilitating social inclusion and integration, challenging gender norms and providing opportunities for leadership and achievement.