In a humanitarian crisis, one of the most important things to know is who is doing what, and where. That said, it has always been difficult to get an accurate and well-informed understanding of the presence of humanitarian actors on the ground, due to the autonomous and de-centralised nature of humanitarian responses. This is particularly the case in highly insecure settings, where international organisations must operate under constrained access and where local efforts to meet humanitarian needs can often go unnoticed. How can we make sure we know who’s out there?
Join us for the next webinar of Bridging the Evidence Gap webinar series, where we will discuss Humanitarian Outcomes’ work on mapping the presence of local and international humanitarian actors. We’ll also hear from OCHA Afghanistan on the ways they are complementing the 3W forms with additional tools to understand who is doing what in the hardest to reach parts of Afghanistan.
Registering for the webinar
We encourage participants to register and submit their questions for the discussion. The hashtag for the webinar is #EvidenceCrisis
Speakers for this webinar:
Partner and Policy Analyst, Humanitarian Outcomes
Information Management Officer , OCHA