March 2017Dan Maxwell explains why famines still exist today in The Conversation

Famines in the 21st century? It’s not for lack of food Daniel Maxwell, Tufts University Famine killed nearly 75 million people in the 20th century, but had virtually disappeared in…

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March 2017Dyan Mazurana and Phoebe Donnelly research on sexual assault against aid workers makes headlines

Research on sexual assault against aid workers by Dyan Mazurana and Phoebe Donnellly is making headlines in early 2017. NBC26 posted a video about the research here. The European Interagency…

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March 2017Helen Young and Anne Radday raise the importance of understanding how conflict affects resilience building

In their March 7, 2017 blog post on the Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) website, Helen Young and Anne Radday call on BRACED to increase…

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March 2017Anastasia Marshak research on malnutrition highlighted in the Field Exchange

In its February 2017 issue, the Field Exchange presents research findings from a study conducted in Chad by Anastasia Marshak, Helen Young, and Anne Radday. The study was a randomized…

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March 2017Tufts Now highlights Karen Jacobsen and Dan Maxwell research on cash and food aid for refugees

Karen Jacobsen and Dan Maxwell recently shared their expertise on cash transfers and food aid with Tufts Now. The article begins: As the ongoing refugee and migrant crisis continues to…

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