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Research: Intro
Jennifer Leaning
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Program on Humanitarian Leadership

PHL

Humanitarian Response Intensive Course: Monitoring and Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs
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Child Marriage: Results 1
HOME: HSPH Sim Article
Tents in Haiti
Martijn van de Rijdt
Roshni Chakraborty

Roshni is a Research Assistant for the Summer & Fall 2020 semesters at the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology. At Signal, Roshni works on the Signal Code with a focus on data protection and humanitarian obligations.

Roshni is a junior at Harvard College from Kolkata,...

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...

Zaatari Camp Overhead
education crisis: feature
HuSEHR: Questions
Urban Humanitarian Emergencies Course: Intro
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...

Patrick Meier
Home: Peacebuilding Polls
Michelle Niescierenko
"On Her Shoulders" Film Screening
The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and the Bratte Theater will be hosting a screening of the film "On Her Shoulders" on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at 4:00 PM. $5 Donation suggested, all proceeds benefit Nadia's Initiative.
 
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KoBo: Projects
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...

In the beginning when rebellion started

In the beginning when rebellion started, people would use hand blowing signals to alert people from afar. This changed because when the rebels learned about hand blowing if they got anyone they would kill immediately. Later people started running ahead to alert others if the rebels came......

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