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Research methodologies review
Elrha is seeking an individual with expertise in research methodologies to review the latest evidence on conducting rigorous public health research in the context of humanitarian crises.
The review will examine relevant research conducted since 2013, documenting the extent to which adaptive or innovative research methodologies have been adopted, or new tools introduced, and will analyse the strengths and weaknesses of the different methods used.
Please submit your CV and a short proposal describing how you meet the foreseen requirements to undertake this work, along with your proposed fee, to email@example.com for the attention of Anne Harmer.
Closing date: Thursday, 20th December 2018.
Research and Innovation Partnership Reviews
Elrha is seeking to commission two consultancies to work with us to advance understanding of the value of research and innovation partnerships in humanitarian contexts.
Collaboration is at the heart of Elrha’s work to improve humanitarian outcomes. We work both with operational partners, such as UN agencies, INGOs, research institutions, private companies and social enterprises, and strategic partners, who include funders, governments, humanitarian clusters, and global humanitarian initiatives. Since Elrha’s inception in 2009, initiatives promoting learning around effective collaboration have increased.
Given the maturity of Elrha’s grant-funded research and innovation portfolios through its Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC) programme and Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF), it is timely and appropriate to undertake a review of our lessons learned on partnerships in relation to humanitarian research and innovation. We are therefore seeking to commission two consultancies (Terms of Reference below) which will focus on research and innovation partnerships respectively, and will collaborate on the production of shared, cross-programme learning.
These consultancies can be applied for separately or jointly, by one or more individual consultants or teams. The deadline for applications is 31st December and the deliverables must be completed by 24th March 2019.
Closing date: Monday, 31st December 2018.