Our Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC) programme has supported over 100 humanitarian health research studies since 2013. The premise: better evidence leads to more ethical and effective interventions, which in turn improves health outcomes for people affected by humanitarian crises. Ten years on, we are launching a collection of impact case studies. They showcase the successes and learnings of very different studies. They explore successful strategies and contextual enablers for influencing humanitarian policy, practice, knowledge, and capacity with evidence.
We will be running a campaign profiling each of the case studies between 11 July – 25 August. A virtual event will be held in the week of 11 September to dig deeper into the learnings from the case studies.
We’re extremely thankful to our former grantees, their partners, our donors, and the external stakeholders who have provided evidence and insights to help us understand the impact of the research we have funded on humanitarian policy, practice and understanding.
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How humanitarian research leads to change: @Elrha releases Impact Case Studies showcasing successes and learnings for influencing humanitarian policy, practice, knowledge and capacity with evidence. #researchimpact Learn more: bit.ly/44j1jPv
NEW RELEASE: Elrha launches a collection of impact case studies showcasing the successes and learnings from different research studies. Since its inception over a decade ago, Elrha’s Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC) programme has supported more than 100 humanitarian health research studies. Recognising the need to fully understand and demonstrate the use and application of R2HC funded research by policymakers and practitioners, since 2019 impact case studies have been produced as a key measurement tool to support learning, and to demonstrate accountability to their donors and the communities they serve. Over the next few weeks Elrha will be profiling each of the case studies, sharing outcomes and impact and the pathways to achieving them. In September, a virtual event will be held to dig deeper into the learning from the case studies. Find out more 👇 bit.ly/44j1jPv #researchimpact
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