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Lea Ivy Manzanero

Lea Ivy O. Manzanero is currently the Project Lead 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 was...

Richard Cash
Innovating Disaster Micro-Insurance for Local Market Recovery

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Lynn Farrah Ezzeddine

Lynn Farrah Ezzeddine is a Masters student in neuropsychiatric epidemiology at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She focuses on how epidemiological research methods can be adapted to complex settings such as armed conflict, especially within countries of the Middle East. One of her most...

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Jarrod Goentzel

Jarrod Goentzel is founder and director of the MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab in the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics. His research focuses on meeting human needs in resource-constrained settings...

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Amelia Nelson
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During the time we were running from the LRA at home

During the time we were running from the LRA at home the government did not come in to support us. It only happened when our sons grew annoyed and felt they could not just see their people get finished completely by the LRA. So they formed armed groups to defend the communities from...

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