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Isaac Baker

Isaac Baker is the Imagery Analysis Manager for the Signal Program at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.  Mr. Baker began his career in war crimes investigations at Physician's for Human Rights, working for the Campaign Against Torture. He later helped initiate the Satellite Sentinel Project...

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Program on Humanitarian Leadership

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Maya Arii
Operation Lightening Thunder and LRA migration (2008-2009)

The failure of the Juba Peace Talks and increasing levels of LRA violence prompted new government military efforts. The UPDF launched an attack on LRA bases in the DRC dubbed “Operation Lightening Thunder” (OLT). This was done in cooperation with the governments of southern...

Joint Humanitarian Operations Course

The Humanitarian Academy at Harvard is pleased to host the Joint Humanitarian Operations Course from January 21-22, 2016.

As the US Government (USG) lead for international disaster response, USAID Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA) created the JHOC in 2004 at the request...

Tilly Alcayna

Tilly Alcayna is a Research Consultant for the DisasterNet project which focuses on supporting local and national capacity for disaster preparedness and response in the Philippines, as part of the Resilient Communities Program. Previously, Tilly has worked in the Philippines for a DFID/VSO...

A migrant family comes ashore in Lesvos, Greece after crossing from Turkey in a small, inflatable dinghy.
Humanitarian Response Intensive Course: Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course
Spark Grant

HHI Spark Grants

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Mihiyo and family in Dadaab
Failed Diplomacy (2006-2008)

In 2006, renewed efforts at diplomacy began with the commencement of the Juba peace talks between the LRA and the Ugandan government, hosted in Juba, southern Sudan. The process was complicated by the ICC indictment of Kony, in-fighting among LRA commanders participating in the peace...

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Pablo Marco Blanco
Kirsten Johnson
I know the government helped by sending people to camps, but

I know the government helped by sending people to camps, but that was not the best means, because most people were not healthy while in camps. In the camps, food given by the WFP was very little and as soon as it was over, you would have to wait until the new month...Many people missed...

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Mount Gourougou, overlooking Spanish Melilla, was cleared of migrants by the police in February
Peace and Human Rights Data: Team
Lebanon, 1983. Ambulance damaged in crossfire between Israeli and Palestinian Forces.
Directors Update January 2017

Dear friends and colleagues, 

The President's recent executive order banning citizens of seven countries from entering the United States has created immediate and devastating consequences for many in the medical and public...

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