Milestones and Phases
Universal, affordable and sustainable access to water, sanitation and hygiene is a key public health issue within international development and is the focus of the first two targets of Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6). To create a joint impact, innovative methods and digitised processes can help humitarian programmes to reduce their time and efforts spend in searching for local leverage and sustainable partnerships.
In the coming months, DCHI and DSS water will facilitate the first stage of the Call to Action which will consist of 3-4 workshops that will guide the innovative process of:
- reframing the question, barriers and opportunities;
- finding the right partners;
- co-creating and testing in real life situations.
Bad air quality Coal-based energy supply in a ger, a circular, domed tent-like dwelling in which many Mongolians live, leads to bad indoor and outdoor air quality. UNICEF is particularly worried about the negative health impact the bad air quality has on pregnant mothers and young children and has been working to resolve the issue for a few years now. Together with the TNO; the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research, UNICEF Mongolia is now looking to implement and scale clean energy solutions that work for the…Continue readingTNO & UNICEF in Mongolia
DCHI Takes Partnership to Next Level with Joint Impact Plan A new pilot project orchestrated by DCHI together with Human Aid Now (HAN) and KPMG has been launched in order to test the join impact plan that had been worked out with the objective to ‘help a hero’. It is the ambition to take a…Continue readingHuman Aid Now and KPMG to pilot an educational platform
Supporting volunteers to support refugees Founded in 2016, at the height of the refugee crisis in Europe, Human Aid Now aims to support refugees. Based on the experience of the founder, Wouter Nientker, Human Aid Now’s ambition is to optimise impact by increasing the sustainability of the volunteers that flocked from all over the world…Continue readingKPMG & Human Aid Now