As an ethically driven business, we combine humanitarian passion with entrepreneurial agility to think and do things differently.
Our research is about generating evidence and learning for the sector, drawing on the knowledge of local experts. We seek to articulate the complex challenges that exist in the humanitarian system and make sure that everyone can play a role in crafting a solution.
As an independent organisation we bring a fresh perspective to how we understand impact. We aim to produce accessible evaluations and reviews that lay out clear pathways for improvement and capture success stories.
We bring people together to collectively reflect, take stock and plan. We enjoy learning about and helping address practical challenges facing teams, as well as bringing current best practice and new ideas to the table.
We support humanitarian agencies and donors to develop or adapt policies and programs that reflect best practice and continual learning. We are able to use our practical experience and extensive networks to bring current thinking into the mix.
Working in partnership is fundamental for research to achieve impact greater than the research itself. We aim to support localisation principles and to support local organisations, networks and consultants in the countries where we work.
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HAG Co-Director Beth Eggleston recently published a review of former Emergency Response Coordinator (ERC) of the United Nations Mark Lowcock’s Relief Chief: A Manifesto for Saving Lives in Dire Times.
Read Beth’s review on the Development Policy Blog here.
HAG’s Josie Flint was quoted in the latest edition of The Saturday Paper on the disaster in Tonga.
You can read the article here.
As our three-year strategic research program, Humanitarian Horizons 2018-21 wrapped up last year, we produced a short video with our partners on the impact of Humanitarian Horizons. Watch the video here.
New podcast – Trumanitarian: Haggling for a Grander Bargain
Meg Sattler recently sat down with HAG’s Kate Sutton and Beth Eggleston to discuss diversity in the humanitarian sector and building evidence to create meaningful change.