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When we came back home, the rebels were still here

When we came back home, the rebels were still here and disturbing people, although they were not many as before. We continued to dodge them. But you know for us here we have our bows and arrows...that we use for hunting and protecting ourselves. So the men here also saw that since the...

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Thomas Bossert
Measuring Peacebuilding Education and Advocacy, Strategic Level Results and Beyond Webinar

With support from UNICEF Learning for Peace Program, the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative is conducting a series of knowledge, attitude, and perception (KAP) surveys to measure the relationship between education and peacebuilding measures, including social cohesion and resilience, in 5 selected...

Child Marriage: Methods
Sometimes when the rebels attack

Sometimes when the rebels attack us here, we would run to another community or area. The people there would host us. Feed us and even give us their huts to live in until the situation calms down, then we...

Katie Bates

Katie Bates has had a diverse and exciting professional background. She has over six years working in the publishing industry, six years building and managing professional development programming, and more than twelve years in project management. She has partnered in the design and delivery of...

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...

Workshop: Monitoring and Evaluation Shanghai
Patrick Vinck

Patrick Vinck, Ph.D. is the Research Director of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.  He is assistant professor at the Harvard Medical School and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and lead investigator at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. His current research examines resilience,...

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Migrants and asylum seekers queue up at Mytilene Port on the Greek island of Lesvos waiting for police clearance.
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Claude Bruderlein

Claude Bruderlein is a Senior Researcher at the Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University (HPCR) and Strategic Advisor at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Claude founded HPCR in 2000 and served as the Program's Director until 2012. He...

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Mount Gourougou, overlooking Spanish Melilla, was cleared of migrants by the police in February
HHI Disaster Relief Hub

The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative is pleased to support organizations responding to conflict and disaster globally. We recognize that due to the recent devastation brought on by hurricanes, earthquakes and ongoing conflicts around the world it is difficult to know how best to help those...

Lincoln Chen
Emma Kenny

Emma Kenny is the Research Coordinator for the Program on Gender, Rights and Resilience (GR2) at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. She provides programmatic and administrative support for GR2's ongoing projects, particularly USAID's RISE grant supporting local women's groups in mining towns...

Ruth Barron
Insights: The Impact of the LRA
Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course: Topics Covered in the 2014 Course
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