University of Groningen - Diffusion

The HIF awarded the University of Groningen a diffusion grant in 2013. HG contains a search engine that rapidly processes and analyzes existing aid experiences so that valid context specific information can be extracted easily.Thus it bridges the gap between available evaluative data and its intended users. It enhances the use of evaluative data and extends monitoring options for program performance, impacts and processes.

Humanitarian Genome Knowledge Management Tool Available for use!


A HIF-funded project conducted by the University of Groningen has launched its prototype innovation – the Humanitarian Genome (HG), which is an advanced search engine that rapidly processes and sorts…

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The Humanitarian Genome promotion clip and beta version trial run


In the past months we have reached two important milestones in our project. First, we are very happy to announce that the Humanitarian Genome (HG) promotion clip is ready! You…

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Animating the Humanitarian Genome


Now that the beta version of the Humanitarian Genome prototype is almost ready for launch with our partners, we have changed our focus to make acquaintance with the Humanitarian Genome…

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The Humanitarian Genome launch in The Humanity House in The Hague

On 27th June 2013 launched the Humanitarian Genome in the Netherlands for an intimate group of participants coming from Dutch NGOs, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dutch universities and…

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From development to diffusion

In May this year we were delighted to hear that the HIF had awarded our project with a small grant to help us make the transition from developing the Humanitarian…

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Quality control during the coding process


The core quality of the Humanitarian Genome subsists in the coding of evaluation reports. These reports, all provided by humanitarian organizations, comprise the source of information from which the Humanitarian…

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The Humanitarian Genome Test Event – 25 January 2013, in London!


In the past months, the HIF-funded Humanitarian Genome Project has been working towards making valuable documented humanitarian experiences, from within evaluation reports, accessible in an exploitable, speedy and reliable manner….

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Humanitarian Genome V1.01 in the making!


These are exciting times for the project, since the first version of the Humanitarian Genome (HG) is currently in the making!!! It  took quite some intensive work to arrive at…

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From product strategy to the development of the first Humanitarian Genome version


The Humanitarian Genome project has officially started on January 1st this year. In the first three months in the project, we have been working hard on preparing the grounds in…

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Humanitarian Genome project


Dr. Liesbet Heyse & Chamutal Eitam- University of Groningen “It is better to take many small steps in the right direction than to make a great leap forward only to…

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