Improving humanitarian outcomes through partnership, research and innovation
Eight new studies explore ‘what works’ when providing public health services during humanitarian crises
We are pleased to announce the eight new additions to our portfolio of research studies, which will add to the body of evidence around what works when providing public health services during humanitarian crises.
Follow Field Ready, Translators without Borders, and Panzi Foundation and Make Music Matter as they continue to explore topics like the benefits of forming partnerships, how to scale to address a particular need and working towards a new (and improved) humanitarian future. Watch their vlogs...
Despite increased investment in the area, scaling humanitarian innovations is still a big and ongoing challenge. In our latest report we identify key barriers and explore ways of moving forward.