DCHI brings together humanitarian organisations, research and educational institutes, businesses of all sizes and governmental actors. They jointly find, develop and scale innovative solutions.
DCHI shares lessons learned, best and next practices, and gathers evidence on humanitarian innovation methods and models.
DCHI enables humanitarian aid and development organisations to look beyond funding strategies and find new business models.
Leaving behind the project-based work and funding driven approaches Sandra Jaipal (Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian…Continue readingInnovation in Humanitarian work as an opportunity: filming a documentary on the proven WANT, FIND, GET model
During Startup Tuesday the Hague, this year’s DCHI Best Humanitarian Challenge Award was awarded to…Continue readingHuman Aid Now wins the DCHI Best Humanitarian Challenge Award 2020
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