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OPPORTUNITY: Help map SRH innovations!

If you know of an innovation taking place within the SRH sector in a humanitarian setting, please help us out! Complete this short, online survey to provide details of the innovation and help us to map where, how, and why innovation is taking place. This should take no longer than 15 minutes.

The Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies (GCHS), the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and Science Practice are conducting this study on behalf of Elrha to explore sexual and reproductive health (SRH) innovations in humanitarian settings. As part of the research, they are interested in a wide array of innovations including, but not limited to, new or significant adaptations to products, technologies, services, delivery methods, processes, approaches or policies that address important problems in humanitarian SRH.

At this time, they do not wish to collect data on innovations related to gender-based violence as this research is being undertaken elsewhere. If you have any questions about the research, please contact Anne Golaz anne.golaz@unige.ch or Kimberley Popple kimberley.popple@lshtm.ac.uk.

By completing the survey, you consent to the data being used as part of the study and in any subsequent research activities (e.g. publications, teaching materials, webinars, communications materials etc.). Researchers may also wish to contact you for a follow-up interview to discuss in more detail any innovation that you share. Please indicate in the survey if you do not wish to be contacted for an interview.