We equip crisis responders to better address the world's disasters
ACAPS supports the humanitarian community's work on severity and trends by diving into the current situation of more than 100 key crises around the globe, while helping actors anticipate and respond to emerging crises.
ACAPS provides high quality, independent and multi-sectoral analysis. This enables crisis responders to better understand and consequently to better address the needs of the affected population, as well as strengthening the assessment ecosystem.
We are a young startup, but we have been busy. Since we launched in 2009, ACAPS has produced over 500 reports and counting.
We create specific reports to meet your needs
ACAPS can produce tailored analytical products, scenario building workshops, and field assessments on request for your organisation. These services supplement your own work in a collaborative learning environment and support your decision-making mechanisms.
Interested in customised support? Please contact us at: email@example.com
We strengthen the humanitarian sector as a whole
ACAPS has gained a strong reputation for its technical know-how and the quality of its sources. So far we have completed over 100 training sessions and workshops with key humanitarian organisations, with very successful results. By constantly improving our products and approach, we are driving innovation and new thinking in the humanitarian assessment sector.
We train up a new generation of information analysts every year, who will then reinforce the capacity of the humanitarian system.
We help you make better-informed decisions
Being independent of specific operational and sectoral agendas or interests allows us to encourage everyone involved in humanitarian response to seek more of an evidence-based approach to decision-making. In our daily work, we campaign for humanitarian organisations to use more information direct from the field and a greater level of independent qualitative analysis when making and implementing key decisions.
Download the ACAPS Operational learning paper 'The use of evidence in humanitarian decision making'