Shaping the future: Our strategy for research and innovation in humanitarian response.

A global organisation that finds solutions to complex humanitarian problems through research and innovation..
Our purpose is clear: we work in partnership with a global community of humanitarian actors, researchers and innovators to improve the quality of humanitarian action and deliver better outcomes for people affected by crises.
We empower the humanitarian community. Find out how we can support you...
Briefing Note Gender-based Violence, Refugees and IDPs, Sexual and Reproductive Health

Effectiveness of ARCHES in Improving Reproductive Autonomy in Humanitarian Settings

Research Snapshot Cash Transfers, Gender-based Violence

Research Snapshot: Humanitarian cash transfers and intimate partner violence in South Sudan

Tool Gender-based Violence, Inclusion of People with Disabilities and Older People, Water, sanitation & hygiene

Disability and older age inclusion in humanitarian action: Innovation Catalogue

Report Communicable disease (including infectious disease outbreaks), Evidence Review, Gender-based Violence, Health Systems & Services, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support, Non communicable disease, Nutrition, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Water, sanitation & hygiene

The Humanitarian Health Evidence Review: 2021 Update

Article, Peer Reviewed Gender-based Violence, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

Examining implementation of an intervention to reduce psychological distress and intimate partner violence in a refugee camp setting

Report Gender-based Violence, Inclusion of People with Disabilities and Older People

BARRIERS TO INCLUSION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND OLDER PEOPLE IN GBV PROGRAMMES

Article, Peer Reviewed COVID-19, Gender-based Violence

Gender-Based Violence Risk Mitigation by Non-GBV Specialists Prior to and during COVID-19

Briefing Note Gender-based Violence

AID Project Learning Brief

Report Gender-based Violence, Inclusion of People with Disabilities and Older People, Innovation Management, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support, Partnerships, Scale, User-Centred Design, Violence Against Health Care, Water, sanitation & hygiene

Pathways to change 2020

Report Gender-based Violence

Gap analysis of gender-based violence in humanitarian settings

Report Gender-based Violence

Innovation to improve monitoring and evaluation for humanitarian GBV programming

Article Gender-based Violence

How “de-biasing” humanitarian organisations could lead to more gender-equitable programming during COVID-19 and beyond

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