World Oceans Day 2022 calls for individuals, civil society, governments, institutions and the international community to collectively work to revitalise our oceans, which are home to most of the world’s biodiversity and are predicted to be a source…
The Community Led Approaches to MEAL Grant enables people affected by or at-risk of crises to have more of a say in monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning.
The Start Network Evidence and Learning team completed independent monitoring for a project delivering a 45-day child protection response for displaced children in Kasindi, the DRC.
Start Network is delighted to announce that Start Ready has officially gone live, protecting people in six countries against predictable climate shocks.
A lo largo de la última década, el sistema humanitario mundial se ha enfrentado a las críticas sistemáticas de los países del Sur.
Au cours de la derniére décennie, le système humanitaire mondial a fait l'objet de critiques systématiques de la part des pays du Sud.
Over the last decade, the global humanitarian system has faced systemic criticism by those in the Global South.
The British Embassy in Kathmandu (BEK) has announced its continued support to anticipate and rapidly respond to crises through Start Network by providing an additional £ 1.5 million in funding to Start Fund Nepal.
The exact rate of ICR received by implementing organisations varies and is often a process of negotiation. However, as a ballpark figure, it is usually between 7-10%.
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.
Start Network will be lending its voice at the Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Weeks (HNPW) in May 2022 to push forward our commitment towards locally led and anticipatory action.