5 Years of Humanitarian Innovation: From Prototyping, to Practice, to Platform
WATCH THE RECORDING HERE
During this (online) event we presented the results of the DCHI Makeathon and presented the latest findings from SOURCE2GATHER. This platform is an enabling environment that.. helps the humanitarian innovator with:
- CLEAR NEED ARTICULATION
- PRE_PACKAGED PARTNERSHIP PROCESS
- A PROVEN INNOVATION TOOLKIT
We dived into 5 years of impact and discussed some recent innovation projects and presented tips for 2022 and beyond.
We welcome all actors from the coalition to join our café!
Entrepreneurs and experts
We welcome academics, start-ups and SME’s, policy makers or any global minded community to partner up. The event is open and free for every company that has a business in one of the main sectors of humanitarian action (water, health, shelter, logistics, etc.).
Action-oriented humanitarian professionals
Looking for ways to scale faster, connect better, improve skills and work with the end user in mind? Staff and champions from NGOs and NPOs, big or small, involved in humanitarian programming can join in.
Angel investors, foundations, public and private funders who are looking to level up the speed and quality of their proposals.
Diversity breeds innovation. Students interested in innovation methods, humanitarian aid and development, digital and data driven skills are invited to join!
16.00 hr. 5 Years of Humanitarian Impact by Suzanne Laszlo, DCHI board chair and CEO UNICEF The Netherlands
16.10 hr. Replay the Makeathon
16.25 hr. 2022 and beyond tips to empower the innovator by Rotterdam School of Management, City of The Hague and CARE The Netherlands
16.55 hr. 2022 innovation projects from The Netherlands Red Cross, UNICEF & Dutch Relief Alliance and Save The Children
17.25 hr. Networking & Round up