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Dan Wikler
Male and female local defense unit members, South Sudan
Sheila Ramaswamy
Jeremy Nelson

Jeremy Nelson has been a research assistant with the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative for the past two years as he continues to pursue his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His work has included compiling literature reviews, transcribing...

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BBR E-Learning Course
Fabien Dubuet

Mr. Fabien Dubuet is a French/American national with 20 years of demonstrated experience in international affairs and a successful history of serving in the field of peace and security, humanitarian diplomacy, human rights/IHL and global health with integrity and professionalism.

Between...

Max Bazerman
Humanitarian Response Intensive Course: Monitoring and Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs
Karen AbuZayd

Karen AbuZayd is currently a Commissioner for the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Syria, mandated by the United Nations Human Rights Council in 2011.  Previously, she served as Commissioner-General for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine...

Vulnerable Populations Program: Recent Publications
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Patrick Okizie

Patrick Okizie hold an MSc in Economics and an MSc in Sociology and Management, and anticipates earning a PhD in Public Health from Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand (TBC, 2016). His dissertation focuses on the role of Sexual Pleasure in donor funded HIV prevention in...

A combatant of the Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces
Michelle Niescierenko
Disasternet: Team
Stuart Campo

Stuart Campo is a Researcher with the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. In this capacity, he supports translational research on humanitarian technologies, standards and ethics.

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In the beginning when rebellion started

In the beginning when rebellion started, people would use hand blowing signals to alert people from afar. This changed because when the rebels learned about hand blowing if they got anyone they would kill immediately. Later people started running ahead to alert others if the rebels came......

Brian Sorensen
Adele Waugaman

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