Rescue Global works in partnership with academic institutions worldwide in order to integrate research, policy recommendations and technological innovations with real-world practice.
We work across disciplines, encompassing technology, social sciences, economics and natural sciences on research and innovation projects.
We bring together academicians with practitioners and policy-makers across the disaster cycle.
Academic institutions are hubs of knowledge and innovation. Rescue Global proactively develops partnerships with some of the world’s leading universities and research groups. Our partnerships span social and natural sciences, and technology and engineering.
These partnerships pilot new technologies, generate original research, and connect academics with real world contexts.
Through the Rescue Global academic partnerships, we aim to connect academic experts with governments of disaster prone nations, and with humanitarian and development practitioners. We do this to better understand, and therefore improve, actions across the disaster cycle, and thereby protect and save life.
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