The Humanitarian Innovation Fund supports organisations and individuals to identify, nurture and share innovative and scalable solutions to the challenges facing effective humanitarian assistance.
In partnership with ALNAP, we publish the first study to untangle how to innovate successfully in humanitarian action. Read the report.
Announcing the teams and projects chosen to receive seed funding of £10,000 to tackle GBV
Accelerating the Journey to Scale - new funding for cutting edge innovations ready to scale! Apply by 5 June.
Celebrating the WHO's SAVE LIVES: Clean Your Hands global campaign, the team from John Hopkins highlight the successes of their simulation sessions for health workers in West Africa
Danish Demining Group describe how the latest testing of their web platform has gone and the highlights from their promotional campaign.
The first post from the OptiDiag project which is working to determine how to best diagnose (and subsequently treat) children suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM)
- RT @menka: Some great new roles in our team: https://t.co/QkVBwQu9tO,
- RT @menka: Humbled by those that put forward their ideas for support from @The_HIF. It is a whole lot easier to critique a thing than to make a thing.,
- Recruiting for THREE new #jobs across @ELRHA ! Fancy joining us? https://t.co/oJobY1hsrM #humanitarian #ukjobs #aid https://t.co/AzliCSqrG8,