INTRAC is undertaking an evaluation of a humanitarian innovation programme funded by DFID and coordinated by the Start Network in collaboration with CDAC (Communicating with Disaster Affected Communities) Network. The programme aims to identify and fund innovative solutions to disaster preparedness through a network of labs based in four countries: Bangladesh, Jordan, Kenya and the Philippines, as well as a Global Lab in the UK. The programme takes an community-centred approach to innovation, with each of the labs embedded within vulnerable communities, applying a user-centred design process to develop solutions. The evaluation is looking at programme quality at set intervals to inform decisions about the programme strategy as well as implementation. It will also assess the overall impact, appropriateness, effectiveness, sustainability and value for money of the programme, and document lessons learnt in each of these areas.