Learn at the 2018 Assembly: Crisis Anticipation Window
The Start Network Assembly is the network's highest governing body, made up of representatives from each member agency. The Assembly is taking place this week in Bonn, Germany, kindly hosted by Network member Welthungerhilfe.
The Assembly is an opportunity to come together to learn how the network has progressed over the past six months; build on the learning to tackle shared challenges, and make decisions on the Network’s future and strategic direction.
Below is the learn presentation for the Crisis Anticipation Window.
Don't wait, anticipate - Malawi Case Study
The Malawi cholera Anticipation alert represents a number of interesting learnings and encompasses so many of the elements we are trying to achieve with early action via the Crisis Anticipation Window. An anticipation alert emerging from a secondary hazard of a response alert, strong local leadership of programming from government and a national member, community based intervention and, finally, the first Cost Benefit Analysis of a Start Network Anticipation Alert