Current Featured Call to Actions:

DSS Summer Accelerator

 

The Dutch Surge Support (DSS) water programme have called upon the humanitarian sector to leverage the innovation capacity from private partners. Several organisations have taken on the adventure with us, and committed to scope and shape the right questions that will trigger open innovation and tackle a humanitarian challenge. 

They have been working hard to sharpen their focus, and launch their call to actions, to attract impact partners. Offer your help below each call to action, and lets start collaborating!

IHIP Call to Action

Be part of the community of practitioners that are experimenting with the new harmonised conditions of contract for construction for the humanitarian WASH sector.

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ICRC Call to Action

By 2025, in Goma, DRC, more than 300,000 people will lack access to safe water representing a significant threat to public health. This requires investing in infrastructure now and setting up a sustainable operational model. This is something the ICRC cannot achieve alone.

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IOM Call to Action

Displaced communities are confronted with multiple environmental hazards that impact life-saving WASH services, which further harms public health, well-being and dignity. What if WASH stakeholders were equipped with contextualized data to prepare for this?

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Featured Call to Actions

 

Check out our current featured call to actions on this page. We regularly showcase organisations who have taken the leap and participated in DCHIs Humanitarian Accelerator Programmes. Check this page out and see which challenge could use your help!