Championing evidence-based humanitarian action
Evidence Aid aims to save lives and livelihoods in disasters by providing decision-makers with the best available evidence and by championing its use.
Evidence Aid is entirely reliant on donations, sponsorship and project-specific funding to support our activities. If you are interested in partnering with us to create a new evidence collection (which would cost £100,000 or more depending on size) or maintain an existing one (£25,000 to £75,000 per year) please contact us. Alternatively you can donate as an individual here.
Do you have 5- 10 minutes to complete our survey about the Resilient Health Systems evidence collection? If so, please click here.Your insights and opinions are incredibly valuable to us. The form will be available until 27 November 2023, so please provide your story on how you are using the Resilient Health Systems evidence collection. If you have any questions or encounter any issues, please do not hesitate to contact Epa La Bella at elabella @ evidenceaid dot org.