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An Interview with the CEO of The Netherlands Red Cross: Marieke van Schaik

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An Interview with the CEO of The Netherlands Red Cross: Marieke van Schaik

 “I would like to see less need for humanitarian assistance in ten years”
 
Tell us something about yourself and how you got into
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An Interview with the CEO of CARE Nederland: Reintje van Haeringen

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An Interview with the CEO of CARE Nederland: Reintje van Haeringen

Tell us something about yourself and how you got into your role.
I have always been active in the humanitarian/development sector and have lived… Read more

ROUND 2 RFP NOW OPEN! Creating Hope in Conflict, A Humanitarian Grand Challenge

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ROUND 2 RFP NOW OPEN! Creating Hope in Conflict, A Humanitarian Grand Challenge

ABOUT THE CHALLENGE The Humanitarian Grand Challenge’s goal is to find and accelerate life-saving or life-improving innovations to help the… Read more

“Psychosocial assistance must become part of emergency assistance for children in conflict areas”: Tjipke Bergsma, CEO of War Child

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“Psychosocial assistance must become part of emergency assistance for children in conflict areas”: Tjipke Bergsma, CEO of War Child

DCHI Partner War Child will from now on focus more on psychosocial problems in international emergency aid, but cannot do that alone, argues director… Read more

Newsletter May 2019

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Newsletter May 2019

Would you like to know what happened last month and engage with our call to action for Safety & Protection? Have a look at the May newsletter right… Read more

Meet Our New Team Lead Guido Jilderda

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Meet Our New Team Lead Guido Jilderda

What is your background?

My background. Well, over the last 10 years, I have developed and executed (open-) innovation development strategies… Read more

Current initiatives

Energy

Energy

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.

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Safety and Protection

Safety and Protection

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.

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