Humanitarian Assistance Response Training (HART) - Conflict

The HART-Conflict course is to prepare the US joint force and their security partners for supporting, and when necessary, conducting humanitarian assistance before, during, and after combat operations.

Humanitarian Assistance Response Training (HART) - Disasters

The HART-Disasters course prepares United States military commanders and their staffs to respond more effectively during civilian-led humanitarian assistance and foreign disaster response missions.

Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP)

The HELP workshop is a two-week workshop with a focus on the management of humanitarian operations in acute and protracted crises, armed conflict, natural disasters, and major disease outbreaks. CFE-DM’s HELP workshop emphasizes a multi-disciplinary public health approach, weaving innovative trends, Asia-Pacific regional challenges, and lessons learned from recent humanitarian crises throughout the curriculum and discussions.

Health and Humanitarian Action in Emergencies (HHAE)

HHAE is a two-week educational event that supports theater security cooperation by building capacity within the Oceania region to manage of public health humanitarian emergencies. Multi-disciplinary facilitated group work by subject matter experts is used with and exchanges of ideas among participants from the region. Participants are selected for educational benefits, and also from their potential to contribute.