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09 September 2021

High-level Humanitarian Event on Anticipatory Action: A Commitment to Act Ahead of Crises


The United Nations and the Governments of Germany and the United Kingdom are convening a high-level event to advance anticipatory action and galvanise a collective push to act ahead of crises. This event comes at a key moment, building on recent G7 commitments on anticipatory action and ahead of UNFCCC COP26, recognizing the growing impact of climate change on the severity and frequency of disasters.   Read more...

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27 October 2020

African Dialogue Platform on Anticipatory Humanitarian Action 2020


Given the circumstances, the 3rd Africa Dialogue Platform will be held virtually from the 27th to 29th of October 2020 and all anticipatory humanitarian actors in Africa are welcome to join this special event.    Read more...

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30 April 2020

Ask the Expert with IKEA Foundation


Can early action prevent the spread of COVID-19 in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities? Given the scale of the challenge, what is the most effective way to respond?   Read more...

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26 November 2019

Start Fund Crisis Anticipation and Risk Financing Conference


Start Network is holding a Crisis Anticipation practitioner event in Bangkok on November 26th, 27th and 28th. On November 29th a design sprint on the Start Financing Facility will take place which will be the next stage in the development of Start Financing for anticipation, risk financing and response.    Read more...

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12 November 2019

7th Global Dialogue Platform on Anticipatory Humanitarian Action


The conference will take place at the Kalkscheune, Berlin, Germany from 12 – 14 November 2019. It will be an opportunity for engaging in fruitful discussions, exchanging innovative ideas and learning more about the different FbF projects and relevant humanitarian anticipation initiatives that are on-going and beginning worldwide this year. Start Network will be facilitating and participating in a number of sessions during the conference. See more details below: Early Action for Human-induced Disasters Anticipatory Humanitarian Action for drought and food security risk Localising anticipation – Early action at "the last mile" Collaboration, Coherence & Communication: working together at the country level   See the full agenda here.   Read more...

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19 June 2019

Anticipation and Early Action webinar


The Start Network invites you to an Anticipation and Early Action webinar on 19th June 11:00 – 12:15 am GMT.   Read more...

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17 December 2018

Global Heat Health Information Network


The First Global Forum for Heat and Health will take place in Hong Kong from the 17-20 December 2018. As the inaugural global forum of the Global Heat Health Information Network, this event will feature talks from leading experts on heat health science and implementation, and inform a global common agenda on heat and health. As well as engaging talks and content from experts in the field, the forum will also feature an interactive segment with a focus on heat health communication.     Read more...

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12 September 2018

Crisis Anticipation: Biannual FOREWARN meeting


The Start Fund will be hosting the bi-annual FOREWARN community meeting which will take place on the 12th & 13th September 2018, in greater London. During this event we will reflect on the achievements of the Crisis Anticipation Window over the past two years, focussing on practical examples as well as policy shifts towards early action in the sector.  The second half of the event will be about the direction that FOREWARN will take over the next few years – growing and devolving through the formation of national groups, specialised thematic subgroups and strategic partnerships. The full Agenda is listed below, some timings and sections may be subject to change. If you working in anticipation, early action, risk financing or otherwise, and would like to attend, please click here to get in touch with the team.   Read more...

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