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Humanitarian Exchange No 66: Humanitarian Innovation

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Kim Scriven

Friday, April 1, 2016

This edition of Humanitarian Exchange, co-edited with ELRHA's Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF) manager, Kim Scriven, focuses on innovation in the humanitarian sector.

Strategic interest in and funding for innovation has grown significantly in recent years. Nevertheless, more needs to be done to improve the evidence base, relocate innovation capacity from headquarters to the field, and develop tools and guidance for innovators trying to solve problems in the delivery of aid.

In her article, Alice Obrecht proposes three success criteria for innovation based on case studies of HIF-funded innovation projects. 

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