Turkey and Syria earthquake: evidence-based innovations and guidance for acute crisis response.

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MediCapt: Technology in Service of Justice for Sexual and Gender-based Violence in Humanitarian Settings

Going Open-Source: Increasing Access to SGBV Data and Tools

Supporting Reproductive Autonomy in Refugee Settings through ARCHES Intervention

Effectiveness of ARCHES Intervention for Reducing Reproductive Coercion in Humanitarian Setting

Supporting Reproductive Autonomy in Refugee Settings through ARCHES Intervention

Engaging Rohingya Women and Girls as Community Advisory Group during ARCHES Implementation

Evidence-building to scale the Safe Water Optimization Tool

First reflections – what have we learned so far?

Evidence-building to scale the Safe Water Optimization Tool

New methods for new applications

Scaling up Self-Help Plus (SH+) through humanitarian partnerships

The realities of implementing Self-Help Plus – what have we learnt so far?

Real-time Monitoring of Gender-based Violence Threats for Refugee and Migrant Women and Girls from Venezuela


Evidence-building to scale the Safe Water Optimization Tool

Kyaka II – Testing new territory for the SWOT in Uganda

Inclusive Community Preparedness for Sexual and Reproductive Health

Effective emergency preparedness depends on inclusion

Determinants of functional outcomes after trauma in humanitarian settings

Encouraging patients after trauma in humanitarian settings to get moving again

Misinformation and COVID-19-related health measures in displacement settings

Lessons from a (mostly) failed research project: the challenge of studying misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic

Making Progress Visible

Using a Human-Centred Design Approach to developing M&E tools: A report from South Sudan

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