Project Blog

Step into the future


Picture this… Imagine an outbreak occurring in a remote rural location or even in a city. The first indication may be from an AI-based programme tracking news stories based on…

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A plant sold respectfully, yet damages homes

It was a regular working day, a Monday morning, in the center of Bokolmayo refugee camp when I heard the sudden chanting and loud horn of a three-wheel vehicle, the…

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Five Days of Fieldwork (Part 2)

This is part two in a two-part blog series. You can catch up on part one here. TRIALS AND TRIUMPHS Joh and Hucknall were led down a dark hallway to…

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Making Online Training A Social Experience


Can big data make learning a social experience? We explore the evidence, looking at the intrapreneurship training developed by TechChange and Ashoka. We compare it to the ebuddi approach and…

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Five Days of Fieldwork (Part 1)

TESTING A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL IN LIBERIA The generator that powers the Redemption Hospital doesn’t click on until 10:30 in the morning, but this delay doesn’t slow the crowd of patients…

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The last blog entry


January 2018 In October 2017, the MSQ Project officially ended. However, the whole movement for a field lab for faecal sludge treatment plant monitoring is far from over. The last…

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Magic Towel – hand washing the smart way

This project consists of two phases, a laboratory and a field phase. The laboratory phase is centred around creating proof of concept and basically consists of  three components: Testing the…

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What can humanitarians learn from surgeons and aviators?


There has been a growing professionalization of the humanitarian sector, but this ignores the fact that most frontline workers are volunteers (albeit with specialist skills) responding to challenges brought about…

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Project Launch for New SGBV M&E Tool


We are excited to have launched our innovation project, “Feasibility and Value of Using SenseMaker® to Improve Monitoring and Evaluation for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Programs and Services”. Our project,…

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111 Pages Later and We Did It!

Since our last blog, we have taken our needs assessment and literature review report on mental health and pyschosocial support through multiple verification stages to finally be able to say…

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