What are other sources of funding than institutional funding? How can the humanitarian sector be less dependent on institutional funding? How can we enable people in a crisis self-reliant? What is changing the context of humanitarian aid? Why is it necessary to look at different funding mechanisms? And what are best practises of new mechanisms?
Are these questions you wonder about, or questions you have answers to or an opinion about. Join DCHI in discussing this with a panel of experts: Pepijn van Dijk from LittleBitz, a technical platform that will enable peer-to-peer funding; Peter Scheer from Semilla Sanitation Hub a circular can convert waste water into clean water and and nutrients for food production in remote settings; Judith Joan Walker from African Clean Energy who are looking at new ways for people to buy their own products and Martijn Veen from SNV who have created new possibilities using market based approaches.
The session will be hosted as a panel with lots of room to share your thoughts and
02-10-2018 16:00 - 17:00Hosted by: Dutch Coalition for Humanitarian Innovation
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