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Kim Scriven

My details

Job title: Consultant
Organisation: Humanitarian Innovations Fund
Country: South Africa
Account type: Full member

About me

I’m currently based in Cape Town, working as a consultant and exploring how we build an international system better able to prepare for and respond to shocks and crises. My consultancy services focus on three areas:

Project development and delivery – Providing advice and support to initiatives in the use of new approaches and technologies through methods that ensure flexibility, focus and success.

Innovation process design and facilitation – Harnessing innovation management tools and thinking to help organisations respond to specific challenges.

Research and policy development – Helping organisations and individuals to understand the changing nature of the aid system, and develop entrepreneurial policies to adapt.

Comments

Page titleDate posted
The trust factor: humanitarian networks in uncertain times18 October 2012
Cities tailored to women's lives16 October 2012
Whose needs did we meet? Disaggregating humanitarian data11 October 2012
Accountability phone line 31 January 2012
'Value for money'4 November 2011
Casualties among aid workers30 August 2011
Welcome to the Innovations Community of Practice11 August 2011
26th ALNAP Meeting- Starting the conversation11 November 2010
Humanitarian diplomacy22 September 2009

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