The Humanitarian Innovation Fund supports organisations and individuals to identify, nurture and share innovative and scalable solutions to the challenges facing effective humanitarian assistance.
4 low-tech solutions that are excellent communication tools in emergencies, from the UNHCR
Humanitarian Architect Shigeru Ban's inspiring new reconstruction projects
Refugees, displaced persons and other caught in crisis often find innovative solutions adapt to difficult circumstances by drawing upon their skills, talents and aspirations.
The above paper has recently been published in the Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management. It reports the results of a trial of 3D Printing that recently took place in Kenya with the support of Oxfam GB by researchers from Griffith University (QLD, Australia).
The focus of this stage of the project is increasing awareness and knowledge of the emergency wheelchair response among humanitarian organisations,
Urban risk in India is ubiquitous. Cities are unsafe. According to the World Resources Institute, gross domestic product at risk of flooding in India may surge 10-fold by 2030
- @HCRI_conf: @The_HIF 2nd call for papers for #humanitarian #effectiveness conference Sept. 14- 16 closes July 26 http://t.co/uqiYAXXJ4X @WHSummit,
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- @FldRdy discuss their #HIF project on #3Dprinted resources for Haiti 2pm http://t.co/as4rBymfho https://t.co/hVPAuuYQag,