Studies report that between 6 per cent and 29 per cent of survivors of sexual violence in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are...
Putting people and communities at the center of humanitarian action through empirical and mixed methods research to give voice to survivors of mass atrocities and disaster
Advancing humanitarian data and evaluation science and ensuring that new technologies make their way to the front lines of serving communities at risk by supporting evidence-based strategies to effective humanitarian response
Developing a community-centric disaster resilience network, bringing interdisciplinary experts to advance programs and policies
Developing innovative and multi-disciplinary approaches to research and translation to policy through implementation science and the development of policy inputs informed by international humanitarian communities of practice