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What we do

Humanitarian Advisory Group (HAG) brings fresh thinking to challenge the status quo of humanitarian aid. As an ethically driven business, we combine humanitarian passion with entrepreneurial agility to think and do things differently.

Vanuatu, Photography by Kersom Richard

Our Services

We provide a unique space for thinking, discussion and testing new ideas.

We bring fresh thinking to challenge the status quo of humanitarian aid, to support the sector to deliver better and ultimately provide better outcomes for those affected by crisis and disasters. We provide a unique space for thinking, discussion and testing new ideas and work with organisations on improving programming, strengthening policies, providing an evidence-base on which to make decisions and reviewing how responses have impacted the most vulnerable.

What does this look like?

We work alongside governments, local and international NGOs, the United Nations, universities, the private sector and regional inter-governmental bodies to deliver services that will enhance and support their work.

In any one day our team could be undertaking interviews with local experts in Afghanistan to understand how COVID-19 has impacted local a workshop to shape an NGO’s humanitarian priorities, delivering a presentation on how the international humanitarian system works for the Australian Defence Force, or designing a policy on inclusive humanitarian leadership.

Thematic expertise areas

We aim to bring fresh thinking that challenges the status quo of humanitarian aid.

Our thematic focus areas have developed from listening and responding to sector needs, gaps and curiosities. These areas draw on the expertise, knowledge and skills of our staff, national consultants and partners, and regional advisors.

 

Where we work

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