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Governance & Assurance
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The Working Differently Challenge
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We're tackling what we believe are the biggest systemic problems that the sector faces.
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Anticipation & Risk Financing
Migration Emergency Response
Our initiatives aim to transform humanitarian action through innovation, fast funding, early action, and localisation.
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Crisis Response Summaries
We are committed to transparency, accountability, evidence-led decision-making and using learning to continuously evolve.
News & Blogs
News and blog articles from across the Start Network.
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Bridges, walls, and a collaboration ladder
Insights from a learning seminar in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. By Jean-Louis Lambeau (Learning Advisor - DRC, Kenya and Mozambique)
The state of surge
New research says sustainable, adaptable and flexible models to surge are needed to meet the increasing demands of humanitarian needs.
Start Network at DIHAD 2016
A delegation of Start Network members is attending DIHAD 2016
The role of business in crisis response
A new survey aimed at developing a better understanding of how businesses are involved in helping communities to prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters, has been launched.
Head of Start Labs talent search
Head of Labs for the Start Network is something you might see only once in a career. It is a unique job with wide open potential.
New vacancy Start Fund Manager
The Start Network has an amazing job available – Head of the Start Fund. What is important to understand is that there are very few jobs like this on planet earth.
Five years of the Syrian Crisis
World Vision partnered with Frontier Economics to provide insight into what life might have looked like for these children if there had been no conflict and what future impacts are likely to be.
Talent Development in Kenya
Relief International and Leadership for Humanitarians have announced details of the next Leadership for Humanitarians training programme starting in April 2016.