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HIF supports revamp of KnowledgePoint


Online humanitarian Q&A forum KnowledgePoint is modernising in its user experience, data security and use of gaming technology, among other areas, over the next six-months. The forum was set-up in…

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PREP1 @ 7th IRDR Conference

Last month, Trilateral’s Dr. Maurice Said participated in the 7th Annual Conference of the Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction (IRDR) at UCL, presenting information on PREP1. The conference took…

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Scaling in New Countries, Scaling in New Ways


Field Ready has been making strides and can further attest to the need to transform humanitarian supply chains and the way aid is delivered worldwide. In addition to our ongoing…

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Launch in Rural DRC

After returning from my most recent trip to our sites in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) I am thrilled to report on two major components of our Journey…

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Yesterday and tomorrow: Making the promise of technology a reality

Yesterday, 34 people drowned in the Mediterranean in a botched rescue attempt. Cholera took hold in Yemen, with hospitals filling up. In South Sudan, famine spread, beating war as the…

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Public Health Solutions in the Post-Ebola World – the priorities


On the 12th July the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and DAI with Health Partners International, and Chatham House brought together experts from around the world to…

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Innovating mobile solutions for refugees in East Africa


While Italian coast guard vessels chart the waters between Libya and Italy looking for stranded boats at sea, at the heart of their operations is a sophisticated control room in…

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Innovative Impact Assessment in Humanitarian Training

How best to evaluate the outcomes of humanitarian training is a long-standing debate among training providers. Most, including RedR, use Kirkpatrick’s 4-level model: Reaction by participants to training; Learning expressed…

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Feature: Interview with the University of Barcelona team


Project: VirWaTest: Development of an affordable point-of-use test for detection of enteric viruses and viral faecal indicators in water Lead Organisation: University of Barcelona Partners: Oxfam Intermon, Geniul S.L. Funding…

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Field Ready’s first vlog on the #JourneytoScale


Field Ready aims to scale their project of innovating the humanitarian supply chain by bringing manufacturing to the field.

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