The Humanitarian Innovation Fund supports organisations and individuals to identify, nurture and share innovative and scalable solutions to the challenges facing effective humanitarian assistance.


Systems change in practice: learning from the Start Network’s Drought Financing Facility

The Start Network’s Drought Financing Facility project sought to revolutionise the way the humanitarian system responds to major droughts. Our Outreach and Engagement Adviser Ian McClelland finds out about the challenges they’ve faced and what they've learned in the process.

Elrha partners with Call to Action

Elrha is delighted to announce that it has joined the Call to Action on Protection from Gender-based violence in Emergencies.

Supporting innovation: where humanitarians struggle most, and how our new field guide will help

Read more about the latest progress and next steps as we work to develop a practical field guide for innovation management in the humanitarian sector.


Learning from Each Other

Little Ripples Teacher Training sessions have kicked off in camps Mile and Kounoungou, eastern Chad; training that is interactive and models the environments Little Ripples teachers will create for their students

Sparking imaginations, creating child designed soaps – The workshop

Field Ready and Save the Children Iraq team up with 14 children for the interactive product design and development workshop of their novel, child-specific soap

‘What goes in, must come out’ – Flooding & Sampling

Coventry University explore how poorly designed drainage can lead to flooding, and carry out water sampling to test the quality of drainage water


Elrha is hosted by Save the Children, a registered charity in England and Wales (213890) and Scotland (SC039570).

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