How can the private sector better work with the humanitarian sector in pre- post-disaster reconstruction and development to reinforce local ownership and support localisation ? The need for humanitarian organisations to engage more with the private sector and vice versa – including environment professionals, financial services, manufacturers & suppliers – in post-disaster reconstruction and development … Continue reading “Working Together for Disaster Relief Conference”
Come along to this free-to-attend event to hear more about Dr To's partnership with QSAND and her work on developing the energy component of the tool.
Join us on the 25th February at @britishlibrary for the BRE Trust Conference and meet leading experts discussing the delivery of positive and measurable impacts on wellbeing, sustainability and resilience in the built environment. We hope to see you there! https://www.bretrust.org.uk/events/bre-trust-conference-2020/
Energy is a key, often neglected, component of humanitarian response. Improving energy access in emergencies can transform the lives of those affected, particularly in women and girls. Read more in this report from @MercyCorps, which also references QSAND