Pakistan floods: innovations and guidance for the response.

We are Elrha, a force for change in the humanitarian community. The research and innovation we support equips the humanitarian community with the knowledge of what works, so people affected by crises get the right help when they need it most.
Our purpose is clear: to empower the humanitarian community to improve humanitarian response. We make this happen by supporting and championing the outcomes of robust research and proven innovations.
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Paula Gil Baizan has invested the last 17 years improving how humanitarian agencies and companies use cash, markets and technology to make aid work better for people.

Currently leading NRC’s Innovation Service, Paula has worked for some of the world’s best known humanitarian organisations developing pioneering approaches. She has advised private companies and non-for profit organisations on strategic foresight, transformative change and the use of innovation.

Paula trained as a Lawyer and has a postgraduate degree in Writing. She is currently working on using visionary fiction to create radically diverse visions of the future of aid where people own the local engines of innovation.

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