Promoting Humanitarian Innovation Exchanges Developing Models for Humanitarian Innovation Knowledge Bases

This document can also be found on the official website of the University of Nairobi Research Archive at: www2.deloitte.com. Humanitarian crises occur with distressing regularity, creating needs for assistance that are growing in scope and scale • To effectively address these challenges given resource constraints, humanitarian actors increasingly recognize the need for innovation in the sector • Key bottlenecks to innovation in the humanitarian space are: – A lack of consensus on “what works” and an inability to compare new solutions and practices – Insufficient processes, infrastructure, tools, and talent to identify, support, validate, and disseminate innovations.This resource is part of the collection "Humanitarian Knowledge Management". Collections are monitored daily and new content is added.