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Annual Event 2019 happening November 5th!

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Annual Event 2019 happening November 5th!

In true DCHI style we will host an interactive event on November 5th during ImpactFest, fully focused on collaboration. Bringing together experts,… Read more

DCHI is looking for an all-round Communications Intern

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DCHI is looking for an all-round Communications Intern

Are you a strong communicator with an interest in social innovation, and a flair for creating great stories and visuals? Are you a self-starter… Read more

Newsletter October 2019

Newsletter

Newsletter October 2019

Want to register for our Annual Event, and hear updates on our Humanitarian Accelerator programmes? Check out our October Newsletter here!  … Read more

‘Feeding Cities and Migration’ Conference

Partner Content

‘Feeding Cities and Migration’ Conference

Wageningen University & Research organises a work conference on ‘Feeding Cities and migration’ on World Cities Day 2019 on October 31st.
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DIF 2019 ‘Safety & Protection’: Granted Proposals

Humanitarian Accelerator Programme

DIF 2019 ‘Safety & Protection’: Granted Proposals

DCHI’s facilitation of the Dutch Relief Alliance Innovation Fund 2019 came to a close, when 5 proposals were chosen as the granted pilots.… Read more

DCHI Award Top 3 Announced!

DCHI Award

DCHI Award Top 3 Announced!

We are excited to announce our chosen top 3 for the Best Humanitarian Innovation Award 2019, in partnership with The Spindle. On the 11th of October,
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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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