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The Taal Experience: Lessons on Inclusive Anticipation Action on Volcanic Disasters

Communities benefit through improved access to information, financial assistance, and disaster response capacity-strengthening tools when local governments employ an inclusive anticipation approach in managing volcanic risks.


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What is in store for the future in Yemen?

In December an outbreak of diphtheria was reported in Yemen, another blow for people living in a country already experiencing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.


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The Start Fund rapidly bridges gap in the fight against cholera in Yemen

Start Network’s Laura-Louise Fairley reports on the Start Fund response to cholera in Yemen, when the rapid release of funds allowed those suffering to receive help in just two days while major humanitarian donors were only just waking up to the emerging crisis.


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Building futures through innovation

It’s home to 50,000 people, living in regimented rows of identical white portable cabins in an arid, cold and windy region of Jordan. Some have been living there for more than three years – men, women and children from across Syria. Many of the youngest children have spent their entire lives there.


News Article

Start Fund to test revolutionary blockchain technology in disaster response

Revolutionary “blockchain” technology that could transform how the world does business is to be tested by the Start Network through the Start Fund, in the first ever trial of its use in rapid response to humanitarian crisis.


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Working together and strengthening local capacities

Save the Children's Carol Hatchett shares messages from people involved in Talent Development, a project which brings organisations together to build local capacities.


Our Team

  • Jamie Hall
    Head of Performance & Accountability, Relief International