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Congratulations Master of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance graduates
We are proud of the three Master of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance (MAHA) 2017 graduates. Through the intensive, one-year joint degree program with Friedman and Fletcher three students successfully completed the rigorous coursework and capstones.
– Antenanie Enyew studied “The Implications of Ethiopia’s “Out- of-Camp” Policy as an Alternative to Camps for Refugees in Ethiopia”
– Pauline Akabwai studied “Impact of Women’s Status on Children’s Nutritional Status in Camp and Urban Refugee Populations in Kenya and Jordan”
– Samuel Girma focused his research on “Are Scalable safety nets the Future Humanitarian Assistance? A case specific to PSNP Borena Pastoral Communities in Ethiopia”
The three students are pictured above with Feinstein Acting Director, Daniel Maxwell.
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