Elrha launched a new initiative today – the Global Prioritisation Exercise for Humanitarian Research and Innovation – at the first World Humanitarian Summit, a two day event taking place in Istanbul.
Making Evidence Count: Better Use of Evidence to Increase Humanitarian Impact
When: 23 May, 13:00-14:30 (11:oo-12.30 UK time)
Where: Rumeli Hall 4, Lüfti Kirdar Convention and Exhibition Centre
The Global Prioritisation Exercise for Humanitarian Research and Innovation will bring together the major funders of research and innovation with the humanitarian community, with countries and communities affected by crisis, to explore and identify priority gaps and needs for research and innovation, and to map global capacity to support humanitarian research and innovation.
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