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KoBo: new phase
Transitional Justice: Intro
ATHA: Intro
Helen Ouyang
ncd: Resources and Publications
Susan Bartels
Craig Etcheson
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HRIC Simulation
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The change we started to see here was when our children

The change we started to see here was when our children from here volunteered take up bows and arrows to fight the rebels...When those sons of ours came out, we saw they were going to help us. Their presence scared away the LRA from their frequent attacks on this community.U11

Evaluation Implementation: Intro
Saira Khan

Saira Khan is a researcher and data analyst at the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology at Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI), where she uses GIS and satellite imagery as tools to analyze damage as a result of conflict and disaster, population displacement, and monitor...

David Sanderson
Yurvi and Tatiana stand in the ruins of their home in Nikishino, eastern Ukraine
LRA: Decades of conflict
Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course: International Participant Registration Information
Home: Building a Better Response Launches New Module
Intro: Monitoring & Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Course: Slide One
Orly Stern

Dr Orly Stern is a researcher, consultant and lawyer, focusing on armed conflict, gender, security and law. Orly has consulted for various international organisations, research institutions and NGOs. She has worked and researched in countries including Iraq, South Sudan, Sierra Leone...

Abdulrazzaq al-Saiedi

Abulrazzaq Al-Saiedi works as a research manager, Iraq country expert, and policy advisor with HHI on a project called Assessing Conflict-Affected Communities’ Perceptions and Attitudes about Peace and Justice in Iraq. Al-Saiedi is an expert in transitional justice and rule of law...

For me I saw that taking people into camps was what saved people

For me I saw that taking people into camps was what saved people. Taking people away from the rural villages into camps which were protected by the army for both days and nights helped people to be safe from the LRA. They [the LRA] would not find food anywhere and if they wanted food they...

Humanitarian Response Intensive Course: Monitoring and Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs

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