A SPECULATIVE PIECE PREPARED BY THE HUMANITARIAN FUTURES PROGRAMME Aspects of the future that humanitarian workers will have increasingly to take into account.
Working with the members of the Country Team in the Central African Republic -- individually and collectively -- has been a great pleasure for the Humanitarian Futures Programme mission to the Central African Republic.
The OFDA-sponsored Planning from the Future project, undertaken through the Humanitarian Fu- tures Programme, King’s College, London, is a futures capacity assessment and enhancing exer- cise that comprises the contributions of 67 staff members from eight different offices of the USAID Bureau for Democracy, Conflict and Hu- manitarian Assistance [DCHA] as well as the [...]
This project built humanitarian capacity for anticipation, adaptivity, innovation and collaboration to prepare organisations for the future. It has three core objectives: i) to identify ways to enhance the strategic and anticipatory capacities of participant-contributor organisations (eg USAID); ii) to establish guidelines to strengthen collective collaboration and knowledge exchange among global humanitarian actors; and iii) [...]
As the international humanitarian landscape evolves, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are faced with many challenges and questions about their own potential futures. To explore these questions, and what possible futures may exist for traditional humanitarian NGOs, the Start Network commissioned an HFP Discussion Paper.