About six million refugees from Ukraine were displaced across Europe as of mid-August 2023, 34% of whom are children. The objectives of this research were to analyse the vulnerabilities, risks and protective factors, as well as child protection needs of Ukrainian refugee children, adolescents and their caregivers – to improve evidence-based interventions related to child […]
IMPACT Initiatives, notably via its REACH, AGORA, and PANDA initiatives, is increasingly committing research efforts to inform the aid community on how to tackle climate risk. The objective? To identify evidence-based solutions that can be applied in fragile contexts to strengthen the resilience of communities. How? By conducting scientifically robust risk assessments, working with local actors to develop a better understanding of risk, and building local analytical and communication capacities.
Geneva, Switzerland, 5 September 2023 – Highly vulnerable returnees to South Sudan, fleeing the conflict in Sudan, are facing dire conditions in both transit areas near the border as well as in local host communities. Critical rates of acute malnutrition and measles outbreaks in transit locations, in addition to emergency levels of acute […]
Launch Statement Promoting a people-centred aid system: IMPACT’s commitment to producing community-driven evidence for humanitarian decision making In recent years, there has been growing momentum around putting people and communities at the centre of humanitarian action, packaged under a series of Accountability to Affected People (AAP) principles and commitments. This push for stronger accountability mechanisms […]