Turkey and Syria earthquake: evidence-based innovations and guidance for acute crisis response.
Much research has focused on understanding the challenges to scale innovations in the humanitarian sector. Our ‘Scaling Series’ of learning papers focuses on helping innovators, the innovation ecosystem, and the wider humanitarian sector to take practical steps to overcome these challenges and increase the frequency of innovations transitioning from proof-of-concept pilots to sustained adoption in humanitarian response.
This online event will launch the third paper in our ‘Scaling Series’, How to Scale: Tactics to Enable the Adoption of Humanitarian Innovations, which provides a playbook of tactics for innovators who are aiming to scale through enabling other organisations to adopt their innovations. These tactics are also useful for innovators who are seeking to scale their innovation to other teams, offices and locations within their organisation that have not been involved in developing or testing the innovation. The panel discussion will be held on Wednesday 23 November 2022, 12:00pm – 1:00pm GMT.
Our panel will feature individuals who contributed to the paper, representatives from organisations included as case studies, alongside those with wider experiences and perspectives of adoption in the sector. Speakers include:
The first paper in our ‘Scaling Series’, Humanitarian Procurement: Challenges and Opportunities in the Adoption of WASH Product Innovations focuses on the demand side for product innovations and the connection between supply and demand, particularly focusing on procurement.
The second paper in our ‘Scaling Series’, Impact Evidence and Beyond: Using Evidence to Drive Adoption of Humanitarian Innovations provides guidance to humanitarian innovators on how to use evidence to enable and drive adoption of innovation.
The third paper in our ‘Scaling Series’, How to Scale: Tactics to enable the adoption of humanitarian innovations provides a playbook of tactics for innovators who are aiming to scale through enabling other organisations to adopt their innovations.
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