What you really want when you have found the best solution for a problem is for everyone to use it. In projects, often only when it is common use, implemented completely do we speak of successful innovation. Is this true? What is needed for an innovation to scale? Is this different in the humanitarian setting? What are challenges that exist in the humanitarian context that are different from other contexts?
Join, Anne Nieuwenhuis, Lead of the South Sudan DRA Humanitarian Response, who can share the ins and outs of the humanitarian context; Hein Fleuren, Professor at University of Twente who has successfully developed and implemented a datatool within World Food Programme which is saving them millions and Jennifer McCann from Response Innovation Lab, who has scaled numerous innovations in humanitarian context of Iraq, Somalia, Puerto Rico, Uganda and Jordan.
The panel of experts will share their knowledge with you but there will be ample time to discuss with them your questions, challenges and ideas on how
02-10-2018 14:45 - 15:45Hosted by: Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation
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