HAG has a strong track record in research. We ensure that our research is rigorous, accessible and relevant. We are uniquely placed to bridge the gap between academia and practice, drawing on both. We work with national researchers to enhance the quality of our work and commit to the ACFID Principles and Guidelines for Ethical Research and Evaluations.
HAG has been involved in a wide range of evaluations including evaluating the effectiveness of humanitarian response operations; examining policy frameworks; and evaluating advocacy initiatives. Our expert knowledge of the international humanitarian system, it’s benchmarks and core humanitarian standards and principles, allows us to work from a foundation of best practice.
We develop and deliver a range of training courses and educational events. We strive to support individuals and organisations prepare for and respond effectively to humanitarian emergencies. We also support organisations to learn from past and plan for future responses through facilitation of workshops, meetings and reflection events.
We provide advisory support tailored to needs that exceeds expectations. Our diverse experience, exposure to different country contexts and strategic relationships with trusted partners allows us to form a team that is best suited to your needs.