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Katie Farineau

Katie Farineau is a Program Coordinator for the Humanitarian Academy at Harvard, in conjunction with the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative under the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Through ongoing research and education initiatives, she works with public, private, nonprofit and military...

Brett D. Nelson

Dr Nelson is an attending pediatrician and global health faculty member at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. His professional interests are health care provision, development, research, and advocacy for vulnerable...

Tracking Kony (2009-present)

By 2009, Kony and a group of 250 people traveled into CAR, while a number of commanders remained operational in the DRC. From 2009 to 2010, Kony and a group of LRA combatants then moved to the Kafia Kingi enclave, a border region governed by Sudan. Since 2010, Kony and the remaining...

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Research: Humanitarian Policy and Evaluation
Stephen C. Morris
Miriam Aschkenasy
Peace Building and Linkages with Security and Stabilization Link
Doreen Koretz
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Kristian Olsen
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HumGeo: Capacity and Partnerships
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Health systems infrastructure in post-earthquake Nepal: Building Back Better

Please join Mr. Mohat Manandhar (visiting scholar in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at Massachusetts Institution of Technology) and Dr. Vincenzo Bolletino (Harvard Humanitarian Initiative) for a presentation on the state of health care infrastructure...

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Retreat Rebuild Keynote

Disaster recovery is entrenched in the landscape. Lives are put at risk when land heaves, slides or shakes, when it becomes inundated or undergoes drought, when it is submitted to unrestrained development. Thus, land issues are at the crux of conflicts and post conflict reconstruction efforts...

education crisis: people
Zaatari Camp Overhead
Lincoln Chen
NCD: Gift
Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course: Intro
Innovation: Interactive
I know the government helped by sending people to camps, but

I know the government helped by sending people to camps, but that was not the best means, because most people were not healthy while in camps. In the camps, food given by the WFP was very little and as soon as it was over, you would have to wait until the new month...Many people missed...

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