Gathering evidence in an emergency is fraught with difficulties: short timescales, political concerns, and important ethical considerations must all be taken into account.
In recent years, significant progress has been made across the humanitarian sector to fill the evidence gap. But how do we bridge the gap between high quality evidence and humanitarian practice?
Bridging the evidence gap, ALNAP's latest webinar series, highlights new tools, research and initiatives which have taken on a more evidence-driven approach to humanitarian action. Through this series we explore the methodologies and creative designs on the cutting edge and their direct relevance to practitioners. This webinar series is part of ALNAP’s continued work on evidence and evaluation. It is one of the ways in which ALNAP is delivering on our commitment to the World Humanitarian Summit on improving the use of evidence in humanitarian action.