Project Blog

Being Gender Equitable in an Inequitable Community


As part of our project that aims to transform rigid gender norms and contribute to an equitable and just environment in our target, we want to share a motivating story…

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Qualitative Data Collection to Inform Intervention Development

In our last blog we shared the exciting participatory learning methods and the innovative ideas that we intend to employ in our qualitative data collection and left promising to share…

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The importance of communities in protecting heritage in conflict zones

What role can the community play in protecting cultural heritage? This was a recurring theme, if an unspoken question, at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) round-table…

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The Tiger Roars!


For the success of our project there are two critical components. Firstly the worms, without them we cannot have a Tiger Worm Toilet. The second critical component is people, or…

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Text Messages Take Communications To Next Level for Urban Refugees

In today’s age of technology, SMS messages are hardly cutting-edge. But for one group, they are changing (and potentially saving) lives. In the developing world, where over 80% of refugees…

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Interview with Robert Hakiza from YARID


Can you summarise your project in 30 seconds and tell us what the main findings of your research were? Refugees receive very little financial support which can lead to businesses…

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“Help, Pirates!” – An Exercise with Disaster Communication Experts


Last year, we approached a group of disaster communication experts at the 2016 CAP Implementation Workshop in Bangkok, about 60 people with a profession related to disaster management. We wanted…

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Drones in humanitarian action – at a tipping point?

In December 2016, a consortium led by the Swiss Foundation for Mine Action (FSD) published a major review that provides detailed insight into the use of drones or airbourne systems…

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Innovators in the Protection of Endangered Heritage

Heritage sites across the Middle East have long suffered from various forms of vandalism, neglect, urban encroachment, and natural deterioration. But since the Arab Spring, with authoritarian regimes replaced by…

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Extending Early Warnings to Linguistically Marginalized Populations


In a work for the World Meteorological Organization, M. Golnaraghi [1] stated that “it is crucial that warning messages are clear, consistent and include risk information, designed with consideration for…

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