All Resources

Image Title Description Publishedsort ascending Link
LRA: Conceptual Maps
Sarah Dryden-Peterson
Intro: Monitoring & Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Course: Course Objectives
Humanitarian Action Summit 2018

More information on the Event Facebook Page.

This event will begin at 5:15 PM on Thursday, October 25. 

The Harvard Humanitarian Action Summit aims to educate the Harvard community on critical issues...

A combatant of the Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces
US and International Response to the conflict (2010-2013)

In 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama signed the LRA Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Act, dedicating U.S. support to the governments of the affected countries in central Africa, as well as the African Union (AU) and the UN. In 2011, the AU established the Regional Cooperation...

Home: BBR Field Pers II
Mai Alshammari
Evaluation Implementation: Team
Jeanette Ives Erickson
Bridget Marchesi

During 2014-2015, Bridget worked with Dr. Phuong Pham and Dr. Patrick Vinck on a Harvard-led evaluation of the Colombian Victims' Unit and its implementation of the Victims' Law. As an HHI Fellow her work will build on some of the early findings of

the Harvard-led Colombia study. The...

Program on Evaluation and Implementation Science: Program Tagline
Humanitarian Response Intensive Course

Through Presentations and hands-on table top exercises offered by faculty and guest lecturers who are experts in their topic areas, perticipants will gain familiarity with the primary frameworks in the humanitarian field. The two week classroom-based workshop is followed by a three day field...

Adrienne Fricke

Adrienne L. Fricke is a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative where she is studying policy initiatives to improve access to healthcare for Syrian refugees, and a consultant specializing in human rights and refugee-related issues in the Middle East and Africa. Since 2007, she has...

We had some ways that we were using to protect ourselves from the LRA

We had some ways that we were using to protect ourselves from the LRA. For example, if I was found at home or anywhere and I am arrested by the rebels, the rebels would ask me to take them to where the rest of the community members were hiding. I will not take them. I would walk with the...

Ophelia Dahl
Home: GR2
There were families who suffered heavy loss

There were families who suffered heavy loss of lives of their family members and counseling was very important. People counseled one another while in problem so that they could become more resilient. U04

Mark C. Elliott
Signal: Program Focus
Judith Palfrey
DisasterNet: Get Involved
HuSEHR: Competencies
Anas Khan
Women In War: Publications

Pages