- About us
- Definitions and Methodologies
We work with many different partners to affect change. We believe that joining forces does more than double our impact. We collaborate with partners to generate information, we share data. Some of our partners turn data into actionable information. We are grateful for the support for our work from many different partners.
We work with over 25 partner agencies who share confidential verified security incidents that have affected their organisation.
If you are an aid agency and would like to join, please get in touch.
The European Interagency Security Forum (EISF) is an independent network of Security Focal Points who represent humanitarian NGOs operating internationally.
EISF is the leading body on practical advice on humanitarian security risk management that balances access to, and impact for crisis-affected populations with the protection of aid workers, programmes and organisations.
We are proud of our collaboration with EISF and are grateful for the essential support EISF has provided us over the years.
We work with Standby Task Force on jointly collecting and disseminating information in the aftermath of natural disasters.
Standby Task Force is a network of volunteers skilled at online digital responses to humanitarian crises, local emergencies, and issues of local or global concern.
We are working with Disaster Ready on mobile apps for the aid sector. Watch this space. They will be launched soon.
Disaster Ready is a free online training provider for the aid sector that makes available cutting edge professional development resources for individuals and organisations.
Save the Children is a global charity dedicated to the welfare of children. We are grateful for the support from Save the Children US for the support for the Humanitarian Security Incident Information Sharing and Analysis project.
We collaborated with RedR UK on the Security Incident Information Management (SIIM) project.
RedR UK provides training and technical support to NGOs, aid workers and communities responding to natural and man-made disasters all over the world.
We are a GCPEA member and collaborate with the coalition on data collection and analysis.
We are a member of the Humanitarian to Humanitarian Network of organisations who provides services and products to other humanitarian organisations.
We support the data collection and collation for the annual SHCC report, and as a member of the steering committee follow the lobbying activities that ensure that the data we generate is brought into policy circles.