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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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Collaboration of frontline actors for more effective GBV programme measurement

The “SPRINT” to innovative local-perspective solutions for better measurement of GBV programming outcomes

Guidance on Faecal Sludge Disposal Sites in Emergencies

Preparing to be unprepared: Developing guidance on faecal sludge management (FSM) in emergencies

Implementing Problem Management Plus (PM+) through humanitarian agencies

Delivering Problem Management Plus Supervision in Hard to Reach Areas

Field Lab wider Applied for Sludge Treatment (FAST)

What did the FAST project achieve and where are we now?

Little Ripples refugee-led early childhood education

Growing New Leaders for Little Ripples

Self-examination DNA swabs supporting sexual violence investigations

The value of stakeholder engagement and partnership in forensic innovation

Chemical water quality and malnourished child health

What if the water we use at nutrition clinics has the potential to harm?

Chemical water quality and malnourished child health

Stepping towards water quality guidance for intensive therapeutic feeding centers

Optimizing a community-based model for case identification, monitoring, and prevention of hypertension/diabetes

Updates from Our Research: NCDs Among Syrian Refugees in Jordan

Octopus: guidance on faecal sludge disposal in emergencies

OCTOPUS, the first collaborative platform on faecal sludge management

User-centred engagement for child-friendly sanitation design

Latrine design process becomes child’s play

Sustainable, worm-based, communal sanitation for refugee camps

Are Communal Tiger Worm Toilets a sustainable option for camps?

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