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Start Network Annual report 2017
24 October 2018
Start Network's first annual report showcases its collective efforts to revolutionise the humanitarian aid system. Access the English report here, the report is also available in Arabic, French and Spanish.
The report looks at the network’s theory of change, how its solutions are tackling problems in the global aid system, and how its efforts in 2017 worked towards achieving its revolutionary vision to create a global network of networks.
Reporting on what the network achieved in 2017, the report covers three areas; localisation, new financing and collective innovation. Under each section the report discusses key achievements, ambitions going forward, case studies and key performance indicators, including:
Localisation: shifting power locally
18% of Start Network funding was directly distributed to southern and national organisations
Over 200 local and national organisations were involved in equitable partnerships
New financing: early, fast, collaborate and local
67 hours or less from crisis alert to funding award
100% of projects responding to crises were selected in the country or region where the crisis is
Collective innovation: innovating together to improve ways of working
9 locally based innovation labs were set up in 4 countries
9 early warning projects, including disaster risk financing and forecast-based financing projects, were created, tested or rolled out
The Start Network annual report 2017 is available in the following versions: