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RE:CODE により Mind Map: RE:CODE

1. Local Implementing Organisations

1.1. UNDP

1.1.1. Key personnel

1.1.1.1. Eric Overvest

1.1.2. Interest

1.2. Danish Refugee Council

1.2.1. Key personnel

1.2.2. Interest

1.2.2.1. Ideal focus: Livelihoods Improvements

1.3. UNHCR

1.4. Save the Children

1.4.1. Interest

1.4.1.1. Interested in being implementing partner. Potentially full involvement at a later stage.

1.4.1.2. Leadership programmes

1.4.1.2.1. could be part of the training programme after a first cohort

1.4.1.3. Education focus

1.4.2. Context

1.4.3. Key Questions:

1.4.3.1. What are the key impacts if Save the Children gets involved?

1.4.3.2. What constraints are there due to strong curricular focus?

1.4.3.2.1. None as it seems

1.5. USAID

1.5.1. Interest

1.5.1.1. Basic Skills Training

1.5.1.2. Lots of low cost equipment

1.5.1.2.1. 100 tablets

1.5.2. Programmes:

1.5.2.1. ForUS

2. Location

2.1. Urban

2.2. Settlement

3. UNHCR Geneva

3.1. Key personnel

3.1.1. Steven Corliss | Director of Support

3.1.2. Betsy Greve | Head of Office at UNHCR

3.1.3. Jakob Oster Associate | Livelihoods Officer

3.1.4. Ziad | Head of Livelihoods

3.2. Interest

3.2.1. UNHCR Exchange training intervention

3.2.2. UNHCR Exchange as an inter agency collaboration tool for communities of practice

3.2.2.1. Communities of Practice

3.2.2.1.1. Creation and collaboration challenges

3.2.2.2. Communities of Interest

3.2.2.2.1. Content creation challenges

4. Research Stakeholders

4.1. NYU

4.2. University of Illinois

4.3. University of Denver

4.4. Columbia University

5. Methodology Partners

6. Equipment

6.1. More innovative equipment in the future

6.1.1. MIT

6.1.2. Libraries without Border

6.1.3. Cybersmart

6.2. Main Equipment Choice

6.2.1. Raspberry Pies

6.2.1.1. Kebyboard

6.2.1.2. Cables

6.2.1.3. Monitor

6.2.2. Google Android Device

6.2.2.1. notebook like / Chromebook

6.2.2.2. Tablet

7. Local Labour Market opportunities, apprenticeships

7.1. Apprenticeship opportunities

7.2. TELCOM

7.2.1. no networking

7.2.2. SONY Erikkson

7.2.3. CISCO

7.3. Tech companies

7.3.1. Microsoft

7.3.1.1. Status

7.3.1.1.1. Already want to be Exchange partners

7.3.1.1.2. Want to implement Microsoft MixIT

7.3.1.1.3. Have lots of ICT Content

7.3.2. Cisco

8. Content

8.1. Corporate

8.1.1. Microsoft

8.1.1.1. Status

8.1.1.1.1. Already want to be Exchange partners

8.1.1.1.2. Want to implement Microsoft MixIT

8.1.1.1.3. Have lots of ICT Content

8.1.2. Cisco

8.1.3. sony ericsson

8.1.4. Google

8.1.5. HP

8.1.5.1. Status

8.1.5.1.1. Already have HP Life, partners of UNHCR Exchange

8.2. Training Sector

8.2.1. PERA: Functional Skills

8.2.2. OCR Computing

8.3. OER

8.3.1. Humanitarian Sector

8.3.1.1. Warchild

8.3.1.2. USAID

8.3.1.3. Save the Children

8.3.1.4. Commonwealth of Learning

8.3.1.5. British Council

9. Tech development needed

9.1. Offline App

9.1.1. Read in Devices

9.2. App localisation

9.3. Coding API

9.4. Custom App

9.4.1. onboarding experience

10. Expansion opportunities

10.1. Innovation Lab in Camp

10.2. Girls tutorship programme

10.3. Online Delivery Scaling

11. Pedagogy

11.1. Learning Path

11.1.1. Interaction points

11.1.2. Level of interactivity

11.1.3. Learning Styles

11.2. Core Skills

11.2.1. Entrepreneurship

11.2.2. Employability

11.2.2.1. Private less popular than in the government sector

11.2.2.2. What are the key employability skills for the government sector?

11.2.2.3. IDPs vs refugees and their needs

11.3. Learning objectives and Outcomes

11.3.1. Community Leadership

11.4. Alternative Curriculum and Learning plans for self learners

11.4.1. Cohort participants could become advocates for the free autonomous learning offering offered in parallel for those who can use their smartphone to access the app

12. RISK Management

12.1. What is the relationship between IPDs and refugees in the settlement and urban environment?

12.1.1. Concepts of intercultural, integrative collaboration are key

12.2. Connectivity

13. Identifying the trainers

13.1. Previous programmes run by INGOs might be able to provide contacts

13.2. difference between Urban and Settlement/camp environment

13.3. relevant: Mix of cohort

13.4. Local Tech entrepreneurs

13.5. Gender balance between the trainers? Should it be mixed trainer gender in the sessions?

14. KPIs

14.1. Employment

14.2. Direct transition into Employment after assessment and certification

14.3. Nr of Participants who become self reliant

15. Participant Selection Criteria

15.1. we need to consider the existing gender balance and define what our role is within that?

16. Contracts / Paying Contractors

16.1. Alternative 1: Direct payment, treating all traiers and lead practitioner as consultants

16.1.1. Responsbility

16.2. Alternative 2: Local Organisation

16.2.1. Mechanism for control

17. Identifying the Remote Tutors