GEG is working in partnership the University of Virginia’s Batten School of Public Policy, the Amani Institute and Integrated Risk Management Associates to carry out the Mapping phase of Elrha’s Global Prioritization Exercise (GPE). The GPE project, which came out of the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit, seeks to support and boost uptake of humanitarian research and innovation across the humanitarian system. GEG will conduct Phase One of the Elrha GPE, the Mapping Phase, by identifying key actors and centers of expertise in the innovation space, determining strategic interests and investments, capturing major research and innovation outputs, and raising awareness and involvement in the sector. For more information, please see Elrha’s briefing on the project below.