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Farrah J. Mateen
Monitoring and Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Workshop Shanghai

Monitoring and Evaluation

Learning Initiatives: Curricular Innovation
Humanitarian Response Intensive Course: Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course
Child Marriage: Results 3
Sometimes when the rebels attack

Sometimes when the rebels attack us here, we would run to another community or area. The people there would host us. Feed us and even give us their huts to live in until the situation calms down, then we...

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Ariana Marnicio

Ariana Marnicio, MPH, is Program Manager for the Program on Resilient Communities at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. Prior to joining HHI, Marnicio worked at the Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights and at the Baker Institute for Public Policy. She has worked extensively on the...

Philip D. Parks
Workshop Policies and FAQ

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LRA: Conceptual Maps
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Intro: Monitoring & Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Course: Course Objectives
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Grace Yeboah-Kodie

Grace is a Research Assistant for the Summer & Fall 2020 semesters at the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology. At Signal, Grace researches the role of mathematical and computational modeling during historical Ebola outbreaks to inform predictive analysis tools.

She is a...

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Claude Bruderlein

Claude Bruderlein is a Senior Researcher at the Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University (HPCR) and Strategic Advisor at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Claude founded HPCR in 2000 and served as the Program's Director until 2012. He...

Mai Alshammari
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...

Jeanette Ives Erickson

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