Paul GeorgeMAHA Class of 2018
Paul George is a citizen of India with more than eight years of experience in disaster risk reduction, humanitarian response, food security, and livelihoods programming in India. He has extensive experience as a project manager/coordinator with Save the Children, Oxfam, and Mercy Corps; he has also carried out field research on topics including mental health, child labor, livelihoods, post-conflict resettlement, and community violence for many respected Indian institutions. Paul has a master’s in disaster management with a specialization in conflict from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and a B.A. in economics, political science, and sociology from St Joseph’s College.
2018 Masters of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance (MAHA) graduates presented their capstones to faculty, researchers, and fellow students on May 3, 2018. The capstones are: “Practice in a Policy Vacuum-Exploring…Read More
Paul George, current Masters of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance student at Tufts, published a story, “Why doesn’t India have a policy for people displaced by conflict?” on Scroll.in on March…Read More