Research Evidence in the Humanitarian Sector: A Practice Guide

image of front cover of user guide, girl carrying a sack on her headThe Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre is pleased to announce the release of ‘Research Evidence in the Humanitarian Sector: A Practice Guide.’  This was written in collaboration with Evidence Aid and Nesta.

This guide is intended for humanitarian decision-makers and practitioners working in the field or with donor, international, national, or non-governmental organisations. It is intended to help with decisions around financing, supervision, delivery, or evaluation of humanitarian interventions. It defines evidence-informed decision making, explores when and which evidence may be of use, and advises how to choose evidence, where to source it from, and how to assess the quality.

Read the full report here.

If you have any further questions, please contact Karl Blanchet (karl.blanchet@lshtm.ac.uk).

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