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Zaatari Camp Overhead
BBR E-Learning Course
Home: Urban Workshop
Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course: Intro
Research: Humanitarian Policy and Evaluation
Lebanon, 1983. Ambulance damaged in crossfire between Israeli and Palestinian Forces.
Monitoring and Evaluation: Peacebuildingdata.org
HRIC 2015 Resource Directory

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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...

Ronak B. Patel

Ronak earned his medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco and completed his residency at the Harvard-Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. He earned his MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg...

LRA: Conflict Timeline
Photo Captions
Intro: Monitoring & Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Course: Course Objectives
NCD: Global Burden
David Yanagizawa-Drott
Brian Sorensen
Humanitarian Action Summit 2018

More information on the Event Facebook Page.

This event will begin at 5:15 PM on Thursday, October 25. 

The Harvard Humanitarian Action Summit aims to educate the Harvard community on critical issues...

When I returned from the bush, you know here we have cultural rites

When I returned from the bush, you know here we have cultural rites that we perform. When I came back, they did a cleansing ceremony to all who retuned and one person from the community who is not even my relative gave one goat for my cleaning ceremony. For a stranger to give you a...

Adele Waugaman
Home: BBR Field Pers II
Frederick M. Burkle, Jr.
Jarrod Goentzel
DisasterNet: Colloquium
Humanitarian Principles Link

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