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How should evidence be used to design humanitarian programming?

ALNAP's new webinar series on evidence will highlight new tools, research and initiatives which have taken on a more evidence-driven approach to humanitarian action.

The first webinar with 3ie, Oxfam, IRC and Feinstein International Center focused on cutting edge practices and their practical relevence. The audio, video, and transcript of the webinar are now available online.

WATCH OR LISTEN TO THE WEBINAR

READ ABOUT THE WEBINAR SERIES

Earlier this year, the ALNAP's Steering Committee undertook a light mid-term review of the 2013-2018 Strategy. The presentation provides an overview of the work ALNAP does and gives a sense of how our products are being used; by whom; and to what extent they are influencing policy and action. 

As part of the mid-term review, ALNAP also conducted a members survey, which can be read here.

 

WATCH THE PRESENTATION

How successful has the international response to the Syria crisis been? This report sets out the results of an evaluation synthesis and gap analysis of publically available evaluative studies looking at the response between 2012 - 2015. The paper, commissioned by the Steering Group for Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluations, provides a summary of lessons learned from the crisis. ALNAP hosted the launch of this major study, which highlights the lack of analysis around key themes and issues.

READ THE REPORT WATCH THE LAUNCH VIDEO HERE 


Understanding Urban Systems and Stakeholders

Urban disasters differ in some fundamentally important ways from rural disasters. In recent decades the rapid increase in the number of people living in cities has forced the humanitarian community to reconsider how best to respond. Recent research has identified the importance of working within existing systems and with local stakeholders in urban humanitarian response. Our new research seeks to understand: what is meant by urban systems and stakeholders, who is trying to understand what about urban systems and stakeholders and how, why this understanding is important, and how effective are existing tools/guidance in providing information about urban systems and stakeholders?

 Read more about our urban response research

 Read the infosheet

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