Building on fifteen years of experience in research custodianship, synthesis and communication, Evidence Aid works to ensure that humanitarian actors have access to the very best evidence, presented in clear, simple formats, so that they can design and deliver the interventions that will be most likely to save lives and livelihoods.
Our strategy to 2025 is called ‘Using evidence, saving lives: transforming decision-making in disasters and emergencies’.
Before, during and after disasters, the best available evidence is used to design interventions, strategies and policies to assist those affected, or at risk.
- Enhanced availability and accessibility of high-quality, usable evidence.
- Enhanced responsiveness of research to the needs of those making decisions about disasters.
- Skills, behaviours, attitudes, decision-making structures and incentives support evidence-based action in disasters.