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Esmail Fadae

Esmail joined development on the KoBo Toolbox mobile data collection platform in the summer of 2014. He brings to the team over four years of software engineering experience including development and design on a multi-million dollar project. Esmail's current academic interests include...

Workshops: HRIC
Paul Biddinger
David Bangsberg
David Phillips
Miranda Visser
Brendan Kelley

Brendan Kelley joined the HHI team in September 2018 as the Project and Administrative Coordinator. In this role, Brendan facilitates various administrative and financial duties including the hiring and onboarding of employees; travel arrangements for HHI employees; and financial support for...

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Kristin Reed
Adam Levine
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Penar Musaraj
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HumGeo: Mission
Lisa Gruenberg
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Ryan Goodman
Gabrielle Cahill

Gabrielle works with HHI on research projects and case studies related to humanitarian diplomacy and the burden of armed conflict on healthcare delivery. She also works as a Research Associate at the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change at Harvard Medical School. Her research there...

Pooja Agrawal
Dr. Patrick Kroker
Negeen Darani

Negeen is the Executive Director of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and the educational arm of HHI, Humanitarian Academy at Harvard. She has over eighteen years of experience in strategic planning, program management, consulting, finance, policy analysis, research, and organizational...

The Initial Response (1991-1994)

Diplomatic and military attempts to defeat the LRA were ongoing between 1991-1994. The first government response occurred in 1991 when the Ugandan People’s Defense Forces (UPDF) mounted a four-month military offensive called “Operation North.” Simultaneously, Uganda’s state minister at the...

LRA: Quote civilians killed

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