Funded by

European Commission (DG ECHO)

The software was developed with the recognition that humanitarian aid should be transparently allocated on the basis of identified needs, the degree of vulnerability, and the overall capacity to respond.

The FAST is therefore a needs-based, principled, flexible, and transparent tool which can be objectively applied – and adjusted whenever required by the evolution of the crises – to achieve equitability and comparability between crises, through a global ranking of countries affected by natural or man-made disasters.
That tool has been presented to country representatives, UN agencies, donors and NGOs during the Technical Meeting on Funding Allocation Methodologies In Geneva the 12th of April 2018.


INSPIRE Consortium

Policy development for European Union’s humanitarian aid department (DG ECHO)

Carried out by

Véronique de Geoffroy

Executive Director (employed since 1999)

Valérie Léon

Trainer, researcher and evaluator (since 2012)