Short DEMAC Questionnaire

You have been participating and contributing to DEMAC in the past year? We would like to get your feedback in order to learn and improve the support provided by DEMAC. Please answer the 5 questions from the questionnaire below before the 7th of December 2018! It shouldn’t take you more than 5 minutes, but it would be a great help for DEMAC. Many thanks!


DEMAC Diaspora Humanitarian eLearning


DEMAC has developed a free online training platform to provide diaspora responders with information, tools and guidance for enhancing their humanitarian response.

This course is made up of 3 modules which will take 125 minutes in total and has been designed with diaspora responders in mind but would be beneficial for new humanitarian workers, project managers, managers, volunteers, local responders and anyone seeking entry level insight into the humanitarian sector.

This course has been designed to enhance your knowledge in:

  • The Humanitarian Principles
  • Needs Assessments
  • Safety & Security
  • Accountability & Transparency
  • Organisational Development
  • Advocacy and Policy
  • Project Development
  • Bid Writing
  • Reporting
  • Monitoring and Evaluation

To access the training you will have to register on the Kaya platform, it is free and it will only take you 2 minutes to register! Register here!

Link to the Diaspora Humanitarian Training in English
Link to the Diaspora Humanitarian Training in Arabic

NEW DEMAC REPORT: “Creating Opportunities To Work With Diasporas In Humanitarian Settings”

Food Security Project Syria © DOZ e. V.

While the contribution of diasporas to development has been widely researched, their input into the humanitarian sphere remains underexplored. This study reviews the work of six Diaspora organisations (DOs) in Syria and Somalia, when emergency and early recovery responses are needed as a result of droughts, terror attacks or active conflict. It provides a critical analysis and a case study approach to advance the understanding of Diaspora organisations’ contributions in humanitarian settings.

Read the DEMAC Report

DEMAC Short introduction film

Please choose on of the listed above