History of the Start Network
Governance & Assurance
Read about why we exist and values and reach. Or click above to read about our governance structure and current vacancies.
See which organisations are in the Network and which are our donors and partners. Or click above to find out about becoming a member.
We're tackling what we believe are the biggest systemic problems that the sector faces.
Anticipation & Risk Financing
Start Fund Bangladesh
Migration Emergency Response
Our initiatives aim to transform humanitarian action through innovation, fast funding, early action, and localisation.
Start Fund Dashboard
Crisis Response Summaries
We are committed to transparency, accountability, evidence-led decision-making and using learning to continuity evolve.
News & Blogs
News and blog articles from across the Start Network.
Filter News & Blog Posts
ActionAid's response to the European Refugee Crisis
Here we look at the response by Start Network member ActionAid to the European Refugee Crisis.
European Refugee Crisis: Catholic Relief Services' response
A collaborative response by Catholic Relief Services and partners.
Talent development in Bangladesh
Relief International and Leadership for Humanitarians are running the next Leadership for Humanitarians training programme starting in March 2016.
Realities behind the rhetoric
Ros Tennyson outlines a new case study which puts the day-to-day reality of the operational side of Start Network under a microscope.
Mobilising science to reduce disaster risk and the road map to get there
Becky Murphy from Christian Aid reports from the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction's Science and Technology Conference.
UK Aid funding for the European refugee crisis
Funding will provide additional winter help to migrants and refugees who have already travelled to Europe, and boost infrastructure and services to take care of new arrivals.
An open letter from Sean Lowrie on localisation
Sean's response to an open letter from Mihir Bhatt, part of a correspondence which began following the World Humanitarian Summit consultation in October 2015.
NetHope Global Summit
Do you know how many people in the tech sector want to help make humanitarian aid more effective? Start Network's Helen James reports on the NetHope Global Summit.