How to (re)build connection in displacement – Lessons from Uganda

How to (re)build connection in displacement – Lessons from Uganda

The refugee and connectivity equation When hundreds of thousands of refugees started to flee South Sudan in the summer of 2016 and settle in West Nile, a remote rural region of Uganda, the roads were in poor condition, there was limited access to electricity, and...
How to Work With Mobile Network Operators – Lessons from Tanzania

How to Work With Mobile Network Operators – Lessons from Tanzania

Today, we are seeing an unprecedented number of people forced to flee, leaving their homes behind and moving towards an uncertain future. What we are not seeing, is adequate and coordinated responses to large-scale movements and appropriate solutions for refugees and...
Closing the Feedback Loop: The Quest for a Quick Fix

Closing the Feedback Loop: The Quest for a Quick Fix

Spoiler alert: There isn’t one. Closing the feedback loop is notoriously challenging. To correct and adapt our programming, we need to understand what doesn’t work, who it doesn’t work for, and what improvements or alternatives are needed. Based on this information,...
Grassroots Humanitarian Projects: How to Get Started

Grassroots Humanitarian Projects: How to Get Started

Have you ever wanted to start a humanitarian project from the ground-up, but didn’t know how to start? Gaining experience in the humanitarian field can be a difficult task, particularly within large NGOs where employment spaces are not only extremely competitive but...
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