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Colombia WinterSession

Colombia WinterSession

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Mount Gourougou, overlooking Spanish Melilla, was cleared of migrants by the police in February
HHI Disaster Relief Hub

The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative is pleased to support organizations responding to conflict and disaster globally. We recognize that due to the recent devastation brought on by hurricanes, earthquakes and ongoing conflicts around the world it is difficult to know how best to help those...

The beginnings (1985-1990)

The oppression of northern Ugandans, particularly the Acholi ethnic group, by the southern dominated government led to the creation of multiple armed resistance groups. In 1988, Joseph Kony formed the most famous one: the group that would become the LRA. Kony is part of the Acholi tribe...

Lincoln Chen
Ruth Barron
Insights: The Impact of the LRA
Craig Etcheson
ATHA: Intro
Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course: Registration Information
ncd: Resources and Publications
HOME: ATHA podcast May 2017
The ICRC delivered water and food to Nahr al-Bared on Saturday, but access to thousands in need remains limited.
LRA: Quote Book
Evaluation Implementation: Intro
David Sanderson
Valerie Ann Dobiesz

Dr. Valerie Dobiesz has expertise in medical education and women’s health and is collaborating on developing an assessment tool to evaluate challenges to maintaining medical education during conflict and insecurity.  Dr. Dobiesz is an emergency medicine physician at the Brigham & Women’s...

Home: Crisis Negotiation Certificate
The Role of International Law in Humanitarian Assistance Link
Male hunters, Central African Republic
Jérôme Grimaud

Jérôme Grimaud is a humanitarian worker and Senior Fellow with the Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action. He devoted his first missions to protective accompaniment in Central America and to frontline negotiations in the Middle East before becoming a psychosocial support delegate of...

For me I saw that taking people into camps was what saved people

For me I saw that taking people into camps was what saved people. Taking people away from the rural villages into camps which were protected by the army for both days and nights helped people to be safe from the LRA. They [the LRA] would not find food anywhere and if they wanted food they...

HumGeo: About
When we came back home, the rebels were still here

When we came back home, the rebels were still here and disturbing people, although they were not many as before. We continued to dodge them. But you know for us here we have our bows and arrows...that we use for hunting and protecting ourselves. So the men here also saw that since the...

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