The Humanitarian Genome Project aims to develop a platform to improve knowledge sharing by enabling humanitarian practitioners, policymakers, donors, evaluators and researchers to rapidly access evidence-based data on humanitarian programmes. This evaluation concludes that while the project has delivered a workable technology, its utilisation and dissemination in the humanitarian sector will depend on effective collaboration or integration with the existing learning platform, Action Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP).
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