The humanitarian innovation ecosystem is immature. Innovation often occurs within agencies, is rarely supported in the early days of a response, and is not scaled up or scaled out. This project will address the lack of a standardised process for innovation during an emergency response by embedding it as an activity during the response and providing a shared space that enables demand-led change at field level while the response is ongoing.
To develop a CRIL that will be a transformative catalyst that substantially improves humanitarian responses through
Following the completion of their ESI project, Crisis Response Innovation Lab, World Vision give us a quick introduction to this inter-agency innovation.View
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