The H2H Network brings together independent, technical service providers and advocates for humanitarian-to-humanitarian support as a core component of emergency response. Members bring technical expertise and cross-cutting services to improve the quality, accountability and efficiency of humanitarian action. Services include data gathering, analysis and information management, community engagement, standard setting, capacity building, research and learning as well as security, logistics and stand-by capacities. The network’s H2H Fund is a service for members, enabling them to quickly provide their services when an emergency strikes. The network develops support packages for sudden-onset crises and spikes in protracted crises, offering technical services directly to humanitarian responders at all levels.
The H2H Network is supported by UK Aid from the UK government and provides its members with tools, support and funding, through the H2H Fund, to help them quickly activate in an emergency. It is hosted by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC).
This project aims at supporting the humanitarian sector in adapting its Information Management and Monitoring & Evaluation response to the Covid-19 crisis. As part of the project, CartONG will provide direct support to NGOs through (webinars, coaching sessions, and a hotline) as well as support to the sector through technical and methodological guidance (technical briefs, tutorials, tech watch findings), & feedback resources (case studies and lessons learned).
This project is run with the support of Groupe URD for the M&E component. We are also coordinating our action with MapAction, HOT and Translators without Borders in particular, as well as other H2H organizations to avoid duplicating our efforts.