DCHI is looking for a Communications and Events Manager! Are you a strong communicator, and do you love to create visibility for social innovation,… Read more
The Coalition consists of more than 300 actors who share the DCHI’s objective to increase the impact and reduce the costs of humanitarian action… Read more
To overcome the barriers to humanitarian programming with a focus on Access to Modern Energy, The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) and DCHI… Read more
DCHI is looking for a new Team Lead! Do you think you might be the (wo)man for the job? Go through the vacancy below, and send in your application… Read more
Together with THINK Innovation students of the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences are looking to solve for challenges within the humanitarian… Read more
Access to Modern Energy is increasingly recognized as an area of humanitarian concern. If communities affected by crises go without proper access to energy, it becomes impossible for them to meet the basic needs of life. In fact, if humanitarian organisations do not adequately address access to energy in their programmes, they risk contributing to the very same problems they aim to solve.
If people affected by crisis are provided with food and medical aid, but remain unsafe from conflict, something vital is missing from an adequate humanitarian response. To better address the current issues around safety and protection which crisis affected populations and humanitarian staff are facing, the opportunities provided by new technologies and innovation, need to be explored.