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Intro: Monitoring & Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Course: Slide One
Cynthia Petrigh

Cynthia Petrigh has been working in the field of Human rights, IHL, and peace processes for the past 19 years.  Her international experience includes setting up a rehabilitation center for victims of torture (as Executive Director of Centre Nassim in Beirut), teaching (as...

Beth Maclin

Beth Maclin is the research coordinator for the Women in War program at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. She assists in the development, implementation, and dissemination of all Women in War projects. Her research interests include identifying the needs of those impacted by...

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Jennifer Leaning
Humanitarian Response Intensive Course: Monitoring and Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs
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Alex Dorey
Theresa Betancourt
Max Bazerman
Karen AbuZayd

Karen AbuZayd is currently a Commissioner for the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Syria, mandated by the United Nations Human Rights Council in 2011.  Previously, she served as Commissioner-General for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine...

Disasternet: Team
HuSEHR: Questions
Child Marriage: Methods
Working with MSF: A Career Planning Information Session

The Humanitarian Academy at Harvard is pleased to welcome representatives from MSF (Médecins Sans Frontières) who will be discussing careers and recruiting, specifically for students focused on humanitarian issues, who may be interested in pursuing career opportunities with MSF. Information...

Patrick Okizie

Patrick Okizie hold an MSc in Economics and an MSc in Sociology and Management, and anticipates earning a PhD in Public Health from Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand (TBC, 2016). His dissertation focuses on the role of Sexual Pleasure in donor funded HIV prevention in...

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Transitional Justice: Projects
Michelle Niescierenko
GR2 Announcement

The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s Women in War Program is excited to announce that it has officially changed its name to the Program on Gender, Rights and Resilience (GR2).

We believe this new name more accurately reflects where, and how, we work. While our program has always focused...

KoBo: Projects
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Research: Populations in Crisis

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