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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...

Vandana Sharma

Dr. Vandana Sharma is Project Director for the External Evaluation of the Disasters and Emergencies Preparedness Programme at HHI and a Research Associate at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She is a public health researcher with expertise in maternal and child...

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Peace and Human Rights Data: Approach
Home: Signal Code
Mobile Data Collection and Human Rights Meeting

On October 22-23, 2015, the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, with the co-sponsorship of Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School, will host a consultative, invitation-only meeting at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts to address the current status of digital data collection in the...

Sweet Hope Mapatano

Sweet Hope has been working with the Program on Gender, Rights and Resilence (GR2) since June 2020 and will continue to assit for the 2020-2021 academic year. She will be providing programmatic and administrative support for GR2's ongoing projects, particularly USAID’s RISE grant supporting...

Lavine Humanitarian Studies Initiative

Building upon ten years of experience in experiential learning-based education, the Lavine Family Humanitarian Studies Initiative (HSI) is an Academy continuing education program that offers workshops and trainings for humanitarian professionals. Trainings are designed to prepare students for...

Education: Learning Initiatives
Ingvill C. Mochmann
While we were still at home, if the wife was cooking

While we were still at home, if the wife was cooking then the men would be on standby outside watching out. If any sound from chickens being chased was heard in the neighboring homes, then the man would tell the wife that something is wrong here, let us keep alert. Then you would run away...

Peter Walker
HPCR: Team
Timothy B. Erickson

Dr. Timothy B. Erickson is a new HHI Core Faculty member with expertise in environmental toxicology and crisis in climate change. He also has active humanitarian health projects in conflict regions of Ukraine and Syria.

Dr. Erickson is an emergency medicine physician at the Brigham and...

Nathaniel A. Raymond

Nathaniel A. Raymond is Director of the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.  He was formerly Director of Operations of the Satellite Sentinel Project at HHI, which was a co-recipient...

High Ground: Disaster Risk and Resilience in the Philippines Panel Discussion

The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and the Asia Center present High Ground: Disaster, Risk, Resilience in the Philippines. The photo exhibition by Aubrey Graham draws on themes of disaster risk, resilience, relocation, and urban community response mechanisms in the Philippines...

LRA on the move (1994)

In 1994, the Sudanese government began supporting the LRA in exchange for fighting a proxy war with the Sudan People’s Liberation Army/Movement (SPLA/M), a group fighting for southern independence. The LRA was able to retain bases in southern Sudan for more than 10 years, launching...

Sanoj Rajan
Workshops: M&E
Trump Administration’s Immigration and Refugee Order Betrays Humanitarian Values and American Security

The Trump administration’s executive order temporarily banning travel to the United States by immigrants and refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries – Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen – is not only cruel and misguided, but will do nothing to...

A man wearing a protective face mask walks next to closed shops in the capital of Jordan
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The LRA today (2015)

The LRA continues to attack civilians in CAR, DRC, and, to a lesser extent, South Sudan, manipulating porous borders and regional instability to their advantage. While the present intensity of LRA violence fluctuates from year to year and between countries, the LRA has generally moved...

Luise Druke
Jacqueline Bhabha

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