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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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Latest From Elrha

Report Disease (Communicable & Non-communicable), Ebola, Ethics Related, Gender-based Violence, Health Systems & Services, Injury & Rehabilitation, Maternal and Child Health, Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support, Nutrition, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Water, sanitation & hygiene

R2HC Research Portfolio

Report Partnerships

Partnerships Review: Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises

Report Partnerships

Partnerships Review: Humanitarian Innovation Fund

Report Disability & Older Age Inclusion, Gender-based Violence

Rapid review of disability and older age inclusion in GBV

Tool Ethics Related

R2HC Research Ethics Tool

Tool Water, sanitation & hygiene

WASH Innovation Catalogue

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Latest From Our Funded Projects

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

Association of MAOA genetic variants and resilience with psychosocial stress: A longitudinal study of Syrian refugees

Article, Peer Reviewed Water, sanitation & hygiene

Evaluation of Key Antimicrobial Properties of Moringa oleifera in Relation to Its Use as a Hand-Washing Product

Article, Peer Reviewed

Development of a Field Laboratory for Monitoring of Fecal-Sludge Treatment Plants

Case Study, Report User-Centred Design, Water, sanitation & hygiene

User-Centred Design and Humanitarian Adaptiveness

Peer Reviewed Disaster Risk Reduction, Disease (Communicable & Non-communicable)

Factors motivating the use of respiratory protection against volcanic ashfall: a comparative analysis of communities in Japan, Indonesia and Mexico

Peer Reviewed Evidence Review

Does the Humanitarian Sector Use Evidence-informed Standards? A Review of the 2011 Sphere Indicators for Wash, Food Security and Nutrition, and Health Action

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Areas of Work

Ethics Related

Gender-based Violence

Water, sanitation & hygiene

User-Centred Design

Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

Innovation Management

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Output Types

Articles Books Briefing Notes Case Studies Chapters Evaluations Guidance Literature Reviews Manuals Peer Reviewed Reports Tools Videos

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