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Across the world, people's lives are affected by humanitarian crises every day. Elrha invests in cutting edge research and innovation to help improve the lives of those affected by humanitarian crises. They required a new website to deliver their vision, increase reach and demonstrate their impact.

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Elrha’s work helps people around the world who need it most. We believed it is important to lead with these stories and striking images. This showcases the vital work they invest in and the impact they have on the lives of those experiencing humanitarian crises. As well as showcase Elrha’s work, it was important to promote their partners, funding opportunities and projects, both current and past.


• Bounce rate decreased by 30%
• Avg session duration doubled to over 4 minutes

Achieving their strategic vision

Elrha launched a new five-year strategy and re-shaped their messaging. They required a new website to champion their strategic vision. We focussed the homepage and about section on quickly and easily communicating what Elrha does and what is hopes to do achieve in the future.

A global impact

Championing the partners Elrha works with and the projects they invest in was a key element of the website. We developed a custom-built map to showcase the worldwide impact the charity has in empowering the humanitarian community. The map has a filter system to allow users to search for projects based on organisation, area and region. It is also fully optimised for mobile.

“We love working with Blue Stag – they ooze passion and creativity, and have worked hard to understand our many complexities as a global humanitarian charity. They find innovative solutions to any problem we face and are a great extension of our in-house team!”

Liz Rawlins / Communications Manager
Dan Sargent

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