29 June 2018, Online – Knowledge management has a fundamental role to play in supporting and improving the humanitarian response in Pakistan. Users such as the national, provincial and local government authorities, donors and the international community, UN agencies, humanitarian partners and stakeholders, or a humanitarian practitioner, are looking for best practices, learning, innovations and impact of humanitarian support.

This is what PELP contributes, particularly in converting information into knowledge to improve the quality of humanitarian programming and delivery.

The Pakistan Evidence and Learning Platform (PELP) has launched an official website, which is accessible at: https://pelp.org.pk

The website is available in both English and Urdu and designed in a way that people can easily navigate and find information that they look for.  

Urdu version of the website

The website includes:

  • The introduction of the PELP
  • Downloads such as the flyer and project documents
  • Upcoming events and news
  • Subscription to newsletter
  • Social media accounts
  • Contact details of the PELP

The website also includes feedback form, which helps us in improving the website.

Please access here to visit the website: https://pelp.org.pk


About the PELP

The Pakistan Evidence and Learning Platform (PELP) is funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and is an essential component of the DFID-supported Multi-Year Humanitarian Programme (MYHP). The PELP strengthens knowledge management in the humanitarian sector thereby ensuring a continuously improving humanitarian response. The PELP seeks to increase the accountability, transparency and effectiveness of the humanitarian system through three interconnected components: a knowledge and learning hub; third party monitoring; and an innovation grants mechanism. The PELP is initially being linked to the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office, and gradually will be transferred to a national entity or entities ensuring longer-term sustainability.