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The Lord’s Resistance Army (1985 - Present)

The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) has operated for more than two decades in Uganda, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and the Central African Republic (CAR). The group is known for mass murder, mutilation, and ongoing abductions to increase their ranks. Estimates of...

LRA: Quote Book
Crisis Negotiation Certificate

For more information on the Advanced Professional Certificate Course, please contact Anaïde Nahikian, ATHA Program Manager, at anahikia@hsph.harvard.edu.

BBR: People
Professional Ed: Offerings
Humanitarian Funding Mechanisms Link
Vulnerable Populations Program: Intro
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Male local defense unit members, South Sudan
Signal: Early Warning & Atrocity Prevention
Jerome Grimaud
Delia Wendel
Women in War
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Tino Kreutzer

Tino Kreutzer is Program Manager at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and is based in Cambridge, MA. At HHI he coordinates the development of ...

Meredith Blake

Meredith Blake is the Research Coordinator for Women in War. Her current research focuses on gender, peace, and security in fragile states, community resilience, sexual and gender-based violence, violence against women and girls, and diversity and inclusion in humanitarian action. She previously...

Statement February 2017

Statement

Katie Farineau

Katie Farineau is the Digital Content and Engagement Marketing Manager at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. Her work includes managing HHI’s premier online course “Building a Better Response” in consortium with Concern Worldwide (INGO) and International Medical Corps (INGO). With this...

DisasterNet: Project
Regan Marsh
I am a community leader in a communal farming group

I am a community leader in a communal farming group. We are working to reconcile people in community; even up to now some people in the communities still live in tension as a result because they do not yet have peace of mind. We left homes to live in camps. Later when the conflict calmed...

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