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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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Comparing apples to oranges: Measuring different methodologies in different contexts


The challenge of monitoring Community Engagement Our Landscape Review found that systematic and documented field monitoring is notoriously patchy in the humanitarian sector; with community engagement being particularly challenging. Logical…

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Beyond text translations for the displaced and marginalized

Policy and Plans for the Linguistically Challenged The European INTERACT project is part of a Migration Policy initiative. The project is studying how nations set emergency communication policies and plans…

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Being the pilot

The bad news is: time flies. The good news is: you’re the pilot We knew that we were working on a tight timeline with regards to developing the Tulip FLOW…

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MSR’s Deep Legacy of Water Treatment Innovation


As MSR develops a next-generation water purifier for households in developing countries, it leans on its decades of commitment to water treatment innovation. MSR’s Global Health team is on the…

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Measuring Psychosocial Well-Being Across Cultures

How are you today? Really, how are you? How would I know that you are feeling well, truly? Do you wear your heart on your sleeve, or do your friends…

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Mid-Term Monitoring of Tiger Worm Toilets


I left the bleak European winter for my penultimate visit to Myanmar. The aim of this visit was to catch up with the Tiger Worm Toilet (TWT) Team and to…

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First Pilot of Video Capture Completed Successfully


This is the third blog post for the Innovative Impact Assessment project, describing the first pilot undertaken in late November to test our prototype of using video recording of in-class…

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