Received: 14 June 2021
Accepted: 29 October 2021
First Online: 19 November 2021
: The three universities coordinating the COVID-19 Humanitarian platform (Center for Humanitarian Health (Johns Hopkins University), the Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), and the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies (University of Geneva, The Graduate Institute) secured ethical approval for the as a study of non-human subjects (organisations) at the outset of the project in March 2020.
: We provided each participant with information on the project prior to the interview, and requested informed consent to record the interview, display the organisation’s name and location on the platform, upload the summarised information to COVID-19 Humanitarian platform, and use the information for other analysis (such as this paper). Participants granted verbal consent to record the interviews in most cases; we wrote detailed notes if no recording or transcript was possible. We recorded individual participant names for follow-up contact purposes but did not display these publicly. Some organisations requested anonymity.
: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.