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Featuring guest speakers involved in the Sphere Standards revision process, and practitioners who responded to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, our upcoming webinars are not to be missed!

In the first, we'll be discussing what lessons we can learn from the Ebola response. The second, part of our 'Bridging the Evidence Gap' series, will discuss the sources behind the Sphere Standards.

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6 JULY: WHAT CAN THE EBOLA RESPONSE TEACH US FOR FUTURE HEALTH OUTBREAKS IN CITIES?  

11 JULY: UP TO STANDARD: THE ROLE OF EVIDENCE IN THE SPHERE STANDARDS REVISION PROCESS

The 2017 Global Humanitarian Assistance report found that, despite reaching record levels in 2016, international humanitarian assistance funding grew far less than in previous years. So what’s going on beyond this headline figure?

Drawing on the findings of the report, Head of Research and Analysis at Development Initiatives, Sophia Swithern, unpacks the three shifts in that did or didn’t happen last year.

 

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This practice guide, commissioned by the CDAC Network, documents approaches, practices and tools to working with rumours. It is aimed primarily at humanitarian programme managers and field staff to enable them to integrate working with rumours into their response programmes in a way that is achievable. The guide is illustrated with experiences from a range of contexts and all of the examples given are based on real rumours.

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Mapping of Monitoring in Humanitarian Action (MHA)

ALNAP is embarking on a new piece of research in order to better understand monitoring of humanitarian action in policy, in practice, and how these may differ.

As an initial step ALNAP is undertaking a two year research project, mapping the current landscape of monitoring in the humanitarian sector.

This exercise aims to plot the perspectives and priorities of different actors, the purposes and uses for this data, as well as the processes, policy, procedures and standards applied to it. This will serve as a scoping study, helping to identify specific areas of MHA that could benefit from further investigation.


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