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Annual Report 2012-2013
Annual Report 2012-2013
By Feinstein Center | November 2013

We are pleased to provide you the latest Feinstein International Center Annual Report, covering the academic year 2012-13. The report provides summaries of all the current research programs and our…

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Disaster Risk Reduction and Livelihoods
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By Feinstein Center | September 2013

According to the Hyogo Framework for Action, disasters affect over 200 million people annually, causing significant loss of lives, forced migration, and disruption of livelihoods and institutions. The trend over…

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Urban Profiling of Refugee Situations in Dehli Refugees from Myanmar, Afghanistan and Somalia and their Indian Neighbours: A Comparative Study
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By JIPS, UNHCR, Feinstein Center | September 2013

India is host to refugees from all its neighboring countries, and in addition, in New Delhi, UNHCR assists over 24,000 urban refugees and asylum-seekers originating from Myanmar and non-neighboring countries…

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Refugee Livelihoods in Urban Areas: Case Study Israel
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By Feinstein Center | October 2012

Refugees in urban areas face a specific set of livelihoods problems, and in recent years many aid agencies have begun to try to address these problems by supporting refugees through…

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Refugee Livelihoods in Urban Areas: Case Study Ecuador
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By Feinstein Center | October 2012

Refugees in urban areas face a specific set of livelihoods problems, and in recent years many aid agencies have begun to try to address these problems by supporting refugees through…

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Refugee Livelihoods in Urban Areas: Case Study Egypt
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By Feinstein Center | October 2012

Refugees in urban areas face a specific set of livelihoods problems, and in recent years many aid agencies have begun to try to address these problems by supporting refugees through…

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Refugee Livelihoods in Urban Areas: Identifying Program Opportunities Recommendations for programming and advocacy
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By Feinstein Center | October 2012

Refugees in urban areas face a specific set of livelihoods problems, and in recent years many aid agencies have begun to try to address these problems by supporting refugees through…

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Annual Report 2011-2012
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By Feinstein Center | September 2012

This report covers the first year of our new three year strategy with its focus on seven critical areas of research. We now have active research ongoing in 16 countries…

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Strategic Three-Year Plan Three Year Plan: January 2012 to December 2015
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By Feinstein Center | January 2012

Our research on humanitarianism and politics spans the past two decades. Our work constitutes a unique compilation on the functioning of the humanitarian enterprise. Over the past five years we have researched local perceptions of the work of humanitarian agencies in 13 country studies, the findings of which provided material for policy papers, reports, and academic outputs on humanitarianism in the age of globalization and counter-terrorism.

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Three Year Plan 2012-2015
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By Feinstein Center | January 2012

Since our founding in 1997, the Feinstein International Center has broadened into a multidisciplinary institution focused on providing the understanding, teaching, and evidence needed to drive positive change in policies…

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Annual Report 2010-2011
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By Feinstein Center | September 2011

The Center’s scope of work has expanded in 2010–11 while staying focused on the subject matter of marginal communities and crisis. We now have active research ongoing in 14 countries…

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Examining Linkages between Disaster Risk Reduction and Livelihoods Literature Review
By Feinstein Center | February 2011

In the disaster context emphasis has been generally placed on the initial humanitarian and emergency response. However, recently there has been an increasing recognition of the importance and value of…

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Annual Report: July 2009 to June 2010
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By Feinstein Center | September 2010

The Center’s scope of work has expanded in 2009-10 while staying focused on the subject matter of marginal communities and crisis. We now have active research ongoing in 14 countries…

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Impact Assessment of Small-Scale Pump Irrigation in the Somali Region of Ethiopia
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By Feinstein Center | September 2010

Gode zone in the Somali National Regional State of Ethiopia is a remote area in the east of the country, characterized by marked under‐development and frequent humanitarian crises. In addition,…

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Humanitarian Horizons: A Practitioners’ Guide to the Future
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By Feinstein Center | January 2010

This Practitioners’ Guide to the Future serves as the culmination of the Humanitarian Horizons project, commissioned by the members of the Inter-Agency Working Group and implemented jointly by the Feinstein…

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Research

Secure Livelihoods Research Programme Consortium: Livelihoods, Basic Services, and Social Protection
By Feinstein Center | October 2013

Closely linked to earlier work undertaken by the Feinstein Center in livelihoods and food security, and combining insights from working in protracted conflict settings, this research is led by the Overseas Development Institute in London.

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Formal Justice and Accountability for People in Northern Uganda
By Feinstein Center | September 2013

The purpose of this work is to provide real-time documentation and analysis of justice and accountability mechanisms in Uganda, and to investigate the links between these mechanisms and people’s perceptions and experiences of accountability and reconciliation in northern Uganda.

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Developing A Profiling Methodology for Displaced People in Urban Areas
By Feinstein Center | September 2013

Our methodology will help aid agencies better explore the livelihood issues confronting displaced people vis-à-vis non-displaced locals in urban settings.

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Refugee Livelihoods in Urban Areas: Identifying Program Opportunities
By Feinstein Center | September 2013

For refugees in urban areas, there is little evidence about which humanitarian programs work, what livelihoods initiatives refugees undertake themselves, and where opportunities for programming interventions lie. Our research seeks to address this knowledge gap.

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Food Aid Quality Review Products, Processes, and Price
By Feinstein Center, Kate Sadler | September 2013

Advances in nutrition and biological sciences must be considered alongside developments in food technology to make available cost-effective commodities tailored to meet the needs of people living in developing countries.

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Programming for Food Security
By Feinstein Center | September 2013

The Tufts/FIC study on Targeting in Complex Emergencies led the World Food Programme to rethink the way in which it involves recipient communities in the management and targeting of assistance in conflict and complex emergencies.

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People First! Justice, Accountability, and Reparation in the Greater North of Uganda

The flagship reconstruction program for northern Uganda (NUSAF Phase II) started implementation in 2010. Our work has informed this process and hence we are hopeful that NUSAF will yield some positive results for the lives of women and children who have suffered grave violations and serious crimes.

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