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GR2 Announcement

The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s Women in War Program is excited to announce that it has officially changed its name to the Program on Gender, Rights and Resilience (GR2).

We believe this new name more accurately reflects where, and how, we work. While our program has always focused...

Spark Grant

HHI Spark Grants

KoBo: Projects
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Refugees at Vienna West Railway Station during the European migrant crisis 2015
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......

Workshops: Intro
Paula Johnson
Catatumbo is one of the few areas where coca production has increased
Home: Weintz Award 2017
Miranda Visser
Health systems infrastructure in post-earthquake Nepal: Building Back Better

Please join Mr. Mohat Manandhar (visiting scholar in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at Massachusetts Institution of Technology) and Dr. Vincenzo Bolletino (Harvard Humanitarian Initiative) for a presentation on the state of health care infrastructure...

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY!

Your donation provides critical support to those whose lives have been touched by war and disaster. By supporting the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, you will make an important impact on people’s lives around the world. In times of crisis, we can show them that...

Leila Ahmed
Elisabeth B. Weintz Humanitarian Award 2017

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Innovation: Interactive
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People were uniting in groups of about ten

People were uniting in groups of about ten people. They would go to each other’s nearby gardens and dig. That is how it has kept peoples’ life and it was a very important thing done without any jealousy...

Children in Crisis

The Children in Crisis (CiC) Program focuses on addressing the critical needs of crisis-affected children and youth in humanitarian contexts. The impact of humanitarian crises on children has reached catastrophic proportions; today, nearly 50 million children have been displaced from their...

HRIC Simulation
MRF: Group of Professionals
Ashish Jha
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LRA: Full reports
Ryan Goodman

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