Without collaboration and the adoption of an open culture, there’s a big risk of a lack of coordination and the duplication of efforts.
Non-traditional actors, like private sector organisations, are rapidly engaging in the innovation sector. They have many ‘lean’ skills to offer, but rarely have deep experience of operating in humanitarian settings or a full understanding of what’s required. To get the best from each other we must all work together: make connections, foster collective action, and forge relationships with shared visions and goals.
We form and support partnerships across our programmes, at both strategic and grantee level, to make sure that the global innovation and research agendas are as coordinated, collaborative and well-informed as possible.
"We will continue to build the global evidence base to define effective GBV prevention and response interventions in humanitarian settings."
Elrha Pledge #1
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