Turkey and Syria earthquake: evidence-based innovations and guidance for acute crisis response.
In 2021 we faced some of our biggest challenges yet. Despite the impacts of COVID-19 and cuts to UK Aid, we continued to move forward with our ambitions to see a world better-equipped to handle humanitarian crises though supporting the work of our grantees and contributing knowledge, resources and research to the humanitarian community. We funded 19 new research and innovation projects; we published two innovation gap analyses on Water, Sanitation and Hygience and Gender-Based Violence in humanitarian settings; and we produced four learning papers on research evidence uptake and pathways to change.Read our 2021 Annual Review
In 2020 we continued to deliver on our 2019-2023 strategy which encapsulates our ambitious direction for Elrha. Our strategy is outcome focused, positioning us as a change-maker, effectively coordinating all our capabilities and assets on research, innovation, and partnerships to understand and address some of the most complex humanitarian problems.Read our 2020 Annual Review
This year we supported over 100 research studies and innovation projects around the world. These help us to define and address evidence gaps in the humanitarian sector, increase our understanding of key problems and challenges, develop new solutions and evidence, and drive the uptake and adoption of new approaches into humanitarian policy and practice.Read our 2019 Annual Review
Our Annual Report for 2018 is our first as an independent charity. Here you’ll find out specifically what we do, and the change we want to see; discover ten ‘stories’ that showcase the best of our work over the past ten years; take a look at how we spend our money, and where it comes from; and learn about our ambitious direction for the next five years. In 2018 we supported 122 live research and innovation projects around the world, 25 of which were granted in 2018. 40 peer reviewed articles written by our grantees were published in leading journals with open access.Learn more about our achievements
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