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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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Sustainable, worm-based, communal sanitation for refugee camps

Are Communal Tiger Worm Toilets a sustainable option for camps?

Responsive listening through improved feedback mechanisms

Understanding Community Needs: taking a human-centred design approach to reporting misconduct

Understanding uncomplicated severely acutely malnourished infants

Success! Identifying and supporting infants under 6 months to help prevent acute malnutrition

Effectiveness and policymaking surrounding treatment of acute malnutrition

How do we better engage national-level voices in research prioritisation in fragile and conflict-affected contexts?

Collaboration of frontline actors for more effective GBV programme measurement

New solutions to old problems: Digging deeper into innovative solutions for GBV measurement & evaluation

Improving gender-based violence outcomes in post-earthquake Nepal

Exploring adolescent’s perceptions of Gender-based violence in Sindhulpalchok, Nepal

Reducing IPV among displaced populations

Reflections and Lessons Learned at the End of the Project

Feasibility of reusable menstrual products in humanitarian programming

Meeting linguistic challenges with images

Sustainable Flood Resilience in Refugee Camps

Designing, constructing and monitoring a SuDS demonstration site at Gawilan refugee camp, Iraq

Humanitarian Emergency Settings Perceived Needs Scale (HESPER Web)

Local partners brought valuable experience, knowledge and capacity to the HESPER Web research project

Evaluation of Phone-Delivered Psychotherapy for Refugee Children

Providing individual psychological treatment to Syrian refugee children with Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA): First Impressions from Field Staff

SGBV prevention services for refugees with communication disability

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