- About us
- Definitions and Methodologies
We support organisations in monitoring, research and analysis.
Our Aid in Danger project collects information on any event that interferes with the delivery of aid, including threats and incidents of violence against aid workers and aid agencies and its effects on access for aid agencies. Aid in Danger is a collaborative project with over 25 aid agencies.
Aid in Danger makes information and analysis available to aid security professionals and policy makers.
It is funded by OFDA and supported by Save the Children US.
Sexual violence and harassment is a reality in the humanitarian workplace. Yet, sexual violence in humanitarian settings is rarely reported as a security or safety incident. Find out more
We provide a reporting mechanism for survivors of sexual violence and abuse to document the problem and to highlight where change is needed.
Educators, students and schools are attacked or threatened in many countries around the world. Our Education in Danger project monitors open sources and produces regular updates on reported attacks on education.
We work in collaboration with the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA).
Health care workers and health facilities are frequently targeted in conflict zones. Insecurity Insight monitors open sources for a wide range of events that interfere with the delivery of healthcare.
We compile the data for the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition report. Find out more
We monitor open sources for insecurity in protection settings for internally displaced people (IDP) and refugees.
Read our Monthly News Briefs
We offer range of country-focused threat and risk products for aid agencies during programme set-ups and in emergencies. We also offer bespoke services.
Take a look at our previous country profiles
We have helped a variety of organisations set up there monitoring on issues they work on. Find out more
We currently support the work of the academic consortium of the ‘Researching the Impact of Attacks on Healthcare’ (RIAH) project at the at the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute at the University of Manchester in the UK.