Here you will find our open funding opportunities for innovation (through the Humanitarian Innovation Fund) and research (through Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises).
We are looking to support innovative data collection approaches that will generate action-oriented recommendations on how to make humanitarian action more inclusive of older people and people with disabilities.
R2HC aims to improve health outcomes by strengthening the evidence base for public health interventions in humanitarian crises. Addressing leading causes of morbidity and mortality, we are looking for research proposals that seek to improve the functioning of a health system and health outcomes in a humanitarian setting.
R2HC aims to improve health outcomes by strengthening the evidence base for public health interventions in humanitarian crises. We are looking for research proposals that respond to a current or anticipated health crisis in a humanitarian setting. Proposals should be context specific and driven by evidence needs identified by stakeholders to inform response to the crisis in real-time.
We are looking for humanitarian organisations interested in adopting innovations from our WASH Innovation Catalogue into their programmes. Funding will be made available to cover the adoption costs.
We are looking for faecal sludge treatment innovations for disease outbreaks in densely populated humanitarian settings.
We're looking to increase the meaningful participation of people with disabilities and older people in humanitarian action.
Supporting the humanitarian community to explore how inclusive preparedness can enable inclusive humanitarian response
We’re looking for innovative intimate partner violence (IPV) response interventions that meet the needs of and maintain the safety and security of women and girls in humanitarian settings.
Elrha is launching an urgent funding call for research proposals to support the COVID-19 response in humanitarian settings. The aim is to fund public health research that will produce robust findings that will contribute to the effectiveness of the current humanitarian response and increase the evidence base for future responses to similar infectious disease outbreaks. Given the global travel restrictions and social distancing measures in place to respond to COVID-19, applicants must be able to demonstrate that their proposed research is relevant, feasible and ethical.
Journey to Scale (J2S) is aimed at humanitarian innovators who have successfully piloted their solution in at least one humanitarian setting and are now looking to scale up its impact.
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