Humanitarian-Development Nexus Collaboration Hub (New Design Coming Soon!)
The Humanitarian-Development Nexus Collaboration Hub represents the commitment of CORE Group and its members to confront the reality that the humanitarian and development sectors must further align in order to improve the coherence of aid interventions, manage risk, reduce vulnerability, and ultimately strengthen collective effort towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
In 2018, CORE Group’s Global Health Practitioners Conference prioritized the work of bridging the humanitarian-development divide by bringing together about 300 participants from nearly 20 countries and over 100 organizations to share evidence, tools and lessons. Building from this momentum, the Humanitarian-Development Task Force (HDTF) continues to serve as a platform for cultivating more hybrid approaches and improving collaborative learning across global health programming.
Quarterly meetings are co-chaired by IMA World Health and World Vision with participants from NGOs, CSOs, national governments, UN, private sector, donors, and policy makers to break down barriers that inhibit better coordination across the humanitarian-development continuum.
- Community Health Program Learning
- Organizational Collaboration
- Advocacy for Improved Resources
- Advocacy for Efficient Policy
In 2018, USAID’s Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) recognized the value of CORE Group’s collaborative model and funded research to better understand the data and coordination gaps in community health programming in the dynamic context of protracted crises and transitions into recovery. CORE Group has partnered with members Save the Children and Medair on this USAID/OFDA-funded intiative that aims to address the operational evidence gaps around health and nutrition in the humanitarian-development nexus, research existing interventions, and turn this research into actionable guidelines.
Resilient Health Systems and Nutrition: Adaptive Management Tools to Sustain Services During Crises | October 6, 2021 | Registration Forthcoming
Systems Effects of Save the Children Emergency Health & Nutrition: Country Report 1 of 2: Sudan | 2019 | Read here
Systems Effects of Save the Children Emergency Health & Nutrition Projects: Country Report 2 of 2: Pakistan | 2019 | Read here
Improving Health Service Delivery Transitions in Public Health Emergencies Utilizing a Health Service Delivery Exit Matrix Tool | 2019 | Read here
Improving Health Service Delivery Transitions in Public Health Emergencies: Development and Use of a Community Health Service Delivery Tool | 2019 | Read here
Increasing Global Capacity for Coordinating, Integrating and Transitioning Community Health and Nutrition in Response to Protracted Crisis and in Transition to Recovery: Experience and Lessons Learned | 2019 | Read here
Brief: Strengthening Health Systems in the Humanitarian-Development Nexus Experience and Lessons Learned from Pakistan and Sudan | 2019 | Read here
Brief: Improving Health Service Delivery Transitions in Public Health Emergencies: A Health Service Delivery Exit Matrix Tool | 2019 | Read here
Brief: Improving Health Service Delivery Transitions in Public Health Emergencies: Development and Use of a Community Health Service Delivery Tool | 2019 | Read here
Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP) Course: Winter Institute | January 2-11, 2020
SID-W Policy and Learning Workgroup Planning Meeting | January 8, 2020
Adaptive Management Theory and Practice for International Development | March 16-20, 2020
North American Refugee Health Conference | June 4-6, 2020
Past HDTF Meetings
March 20, 2019 | View Recording
Find Out How Others Are Defining and Working on the Nexus
- Early Response – Smarter Response, Resilient Communities
- European Commission
- Fogarty International Center
- International Council of Voluntary Agencies
- Peer-2-Peer Support for Humanitarian Leaders in the Field/IASC
- United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
- World Bank – Humanitarian Development Peace Initiative