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New tool for community engagement: People First Impact Method facilitatorís toolkit

The People First Impact Method (PFIM) is a tool to assess the impact of humanitarian and development interventions from a community perspective. Its recently released facilitator's toolkit has been...

Posted: 1st September 2014

Get yourself into the humanitarian picture

A new edition of the State of the Humanitarian System report is in the making. And your experience as an aid professional can be part of it. The well-known...

Posted: 28th August 2014

Heads up: Humanitarian cartoons on their way

Communicate humanitarian messages with cartoons? Well yes, we're about to try to do just that. The Sphere Project office is about to publish a series of six posters and...

Posted: 28th August 2014

World Humanitarian Day: Remembering brave people and invisible victims

When almost a billion people go to bed hungry every night, being a humanitarian is not a choice, says Dr Unni Krishnan, head of disaster preparedness and response for...

Posted: 19th August 2014

Discussing the future of the humanitarian sector in live online events

By Markus Forsberg (*) Because of the nature of humanitarian work in crisis situations, consultation is especially important for discussion and development of new initiatives. But how can we...

Posted: 17th July 2014

Seven-minute expert talks on humanitarian affairs

What are the main trends in the humanitarian sector today? The principal challenges and opportunities? How will the sector look in 10 years' time? Watch the experts sharing their...

Posted: 7th July 2014

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