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Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course: Registration Information
Parveen Parmar

Dr. Parmar’s research has focused on the study of health and human rights violations in refugees and internally displaced populations. She has conducted mixed methods studies and on reproductive health, sexual violence, human rights violations and delivery of health...

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IDP Camps in Uganda (1996)

As military attempts against the LRA continued, the Ugandan government instituted a strategy of moving civilians into camps. At the peak of the conflict in 2005, 251 camps held nearly two million people across 11 districts in Uganda. The camps are widely considered to be a...

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...

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Diplomacy and LRA migration (2005-2006)

By 2005, the LRA ceased activity in Uganda. On August 26, 2006, the LRA and Ugandan government signed a cessation of hostilities agreement.  Simultaneously, the LRA’s foothold in southern Sudan was beginning to weaken. In 2005, the Sudanese government and the SPLA/M signed the...

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Lea Ivy Manzanero

Lea Ivy O. Manzanero is currently the field officer of the DisasterNet Philippines Program of HHI. Her involvement in disaster rehabilitation in the Southeast Asian region started after the Indian Ocean earthquake and deadly tsunami that hit the northern part of Thailand when she...

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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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