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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 focuses on cutting edge practices and their practical relevence. 





The latest edition of the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report by Development Initiatives is a leading resource for understanding financing for humanitarian crises globally. This report navigates through an increasingly diverse and complex picture on financing, and looks in detail at where resources are coming from, where they are going to, and how they get there.


Read the GHA Report 2016 Read more member publications 

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.




Working together to improve humanitarian coordination

Since 2013, ALNAP has been exploring the key challenges to humanitarian coordination and conditions for successful coordination. Building on this body of work, ALNAP is now focusing on four aspects of coordination in the Clusters and the wider IASC coordination architecture, through a series of briefing papers, videos and webinars. The work will culminate with a meeting in June 2016 which will bring together coordination expertise from across the humanitarian sector and beyond in order to identify concrete recommendations to improve humanitarian coordination. 

Read more about our coordination research

Watch the webinars

Evaluating Protection in humanitarian action

Despite the stated centrality of protection in humanitarian action and a growing attention to protection activities, the evaluation of protection has received relatively little attention. Our new pilot guide seeks to fill this gap, providing insights and guidance to those evaluating protection in the context of humanitarian action. This guide complements our Evaluation of Humanitarian Action Guide.

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Find out more about our work on humanitarian evaluation

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