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Blog: Policy Brief: The Case for Understanding Context

August 1, 2019

Humanitarians increasingly recognize the importance of ensuring that responses are context-relevant and context-specific, yet how we define context is not evident. ALNAP’s research on how humanitarian response in complex urban contexts can be improved included a literature review, interviews, and revision of 25 existing context tools. This policy brief summarized …

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Blog: Evaluation of Protection in Humanitarian Action

August 1, 2019

We often hear that measuring the impact of protection interventions is too difficult or even impossible. This perception is reflected in the fact that there are very few publications on evaluating protection in humanitarian action. One underlying challenge is that different organizations define protection in various ways, whether as specific …

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Results-Based Protection Tip Sheet: Iterative Evaluation Practice for Protection

July 2, 2018

The humanitarian community has come under increased pressure to achieve more meaningful results with respect to protection programming and demonstrate outcomes manifested through measurably reduced risk. Despite the challenges of measuring tangible protection outcomes in humanitarian crises,[1] using a results-based approach supports measuring the reduction of risk, and continual adaptation …

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Event: Practicing Safe Data: A Roundtable Discussion

May 2, 2018

With new technologies enabling faster data collection and information management, there are opportunities for these technologies to be harnessed for continuous context-specific analysis in support of protection outcomes; however, if not handled responsibly, they can also expose individuals to additional risk. On April 5th, InterAction hosted a roundtable to dive …

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Tool: Facilitating Intentional Group Learning: A Practical Guide to 21 Activities

March 23, 2018

To develop an organizational culture that supports iterative reflection and learning, individuals need opportunities to share data, insights, and experiences with others. The way that learning and reflection sessions are designed and implemented can enable or inhibit the meaningful sharing of ideas and collective problem-solving. From quick informal 20-minute activities …

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