In 2015, the Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF) established a dedicated area of focus to tackle the complex problem of GBV in humanitarian settings through innovation. Our first step was to commission and widely disseminate a GBV Innovation Gap Analysis which applied a unique innovation lens to the problems facing the sector. This led us to launch a series of Innovation Challenges around complementary features of a pressing and prioritised problem identified by the Gap Analysis –improving the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of GBV programming in humanitarian settings.
This report provides an overview of the Challenges we have launched, introduces our M&E innovation portfolio, and shares lessons learned from across the grant-funded projects.
This report was co-authored by Angela Francis, Elrha, Ruth Salmon and Ana Florescu, the Good Problems Team at Science Practice.
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