We’re working with the Response Innovation Lab (RIL) to build a field-level toolkit for monitoring and evaluating humanitarian innovation.
The RIL aims to support innovation in humanitarian contexts. It establishes innovation labs to help solve real-time, on-the-ground problems. It currently has labs in Iraq, Jordan, Puerto Rico, Somalia and Uganda. The RIL and Global Alliance for Humanitarian Innovation (GAHI) are leading a collaboration to build evidence for humanitarian innovation globally.
As part of this ongoing project, we are working with the RIL to develop a toolkit for field-level innovators. The aim is to provide innovators with simple tools that can be used to collect data to inform decision-making, and to understand, improve, and evidence the impact of their innovation.
You can read more on the RIL website here.