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The humanitarian community has technical definitions of famine and food security or nutrition emergencies: the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC). The classification requires good quality and coverage of food…Read More
The Cairo report shares the experiences of Egypt’s largely overlooked Sudanese, Ethiopian, Eritrean, South Sudanese, and Somali refugees, as well as their impact on the several neighborhoods in the city.Read More
The Austin case study looks at Syrian refugees living in the deep American southwest, and how their wellbeing impacts their experiences with integration.Read More
The Augusta report explores primarily Middle Eastern refugees who arrived as “secondary” migrants to a small town in Maine.Read More
The East Boston report explores a rapidly changing neighborhood that is being transformed both by immigration (largely from Hispanic populations), and by gentrification including the skyrocketing cost of rent, particularly along certain streets.Read More