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How are we changing humanitarian action?

As humanitarians we spend a lot of time debating what needs to change in our sector and why. But do we look enough at how that change happens? Humanitarians, willingly or not, usually find themselves...

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Evaluating humanitarian action: ask the experts

How do we know if our humanitarian efforts are successful? Evaluation is a key way of finding out. Evaluation of humanitarian action has grown to become an integral part of the way the humanitarian...

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Innovating humanitarian action: more than just luck

In South Sudan, a new water treatment system that provides a community with more clean water at a lower cost. In Sierra Leone, a poster explaining how to prevent the spread of Ebola in a local...

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Beyond methods: unpacking evaluation challenges

Public event Streamed live online ​**Chair** Anne Buffardi - Research Fellow, ODI Speakers Simon Hearn – Research Fellow, ODIAnna Henttinen – Head of Profession Evaluation, DFIDMikkel Nedergaard –...

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Protracted urban conflict response: What needs to change?

Chair Alice Obrecht - Research Fellow, ALNAP Panellists Lucy Earle - Urban Policy Advisor, DFID (via videolink) Paul Shanahan - Former IASC Global WASH Cluster Coordinator Michael Talhami - Regional...

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Exploring coordination in humanitarian clusters

Join ALNAP on Monday 15 June for the launch of our new research report: ‘Exploring Coordination in Humanitarian Clusters’. When a multitude of humanitarian actors are responding to a crisis,...

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