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Ritu Sarin
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Philip Dy

Philip Dy is Program Manager of the DisasterNet Project of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. The project aims to improve community-based disaster preparedness and response in the Philippines, by leveraging research and training programs.

He recently graduated from the Master in Public...

Evaluation Implementation: Team
ncd: First Steps
URBAN: Recent Publication
LRA: Conflict Background
Bridget Marchesi

During 2014-2015, Bridget worked with Dr. Phuong Pham and Dr. Patrick Vinck on a Harvard-led evaluation of the Colombian Victims' Unit and its implementation of the Victims' Law. As an HHI Fellow her work will build on some of the early findings of

the Harvard-led Colombia study. The...

Sarah Schwartz

Sarah joined the Program on Resilient Communities in April 2018.  Previously, Sarah was the Project Coordinator for HHI’s Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action (ATHA), where she coordinated events and logistics as well as providing research and program support across ATHA projects. ...

Intro: Monitoring & Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Course: In-Class Project
Affiliated Programs

HHI faculty, fellows, and students serve as a resource for technical, research, and training assistance to many humanitarian agencies, international institutions, and educational organizations. Below is a partial list of collaborators, past and present.

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DisasterNet: Get Involved
Vulnerable Populations Program: People
Maker Abior, Abyei Region
HuSEHR
Shada Rouhani
Jennifer Chan
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Ophelia Dahl
During those times that the situation was bad

During those times that the situation was bad and in the times that we started seeing the rebels, we stopped sleeping in the huts. We would cook food very fast and run to hide in the bushes. We were doing this every other day whether we hear about them or not. The next day, when you get...

Women in War: Insights: Impact of the LRA

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