Anastasia Marshak discusses the findings from an impact evaluation of Concern Worldwide’s multisectoral intervention, which reduced the prevalence of acute and chronic malnutrition among children in eastern Chad.
In February and March 2017 the Humanitarian Evidence Program released eight syntheses of evidence. Roxanne Krystalli discusses the project, its purpose, and what people can find in the syntheses.
Dan Maxwell discusses the findings the book he co-authored with Nisar Majid. The book analyzes the famine, the humanitarian, and the community responses. Watch the video to learn more about…
This video from the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium describes findings that challenge conventional wisdom regarding basic service delivery and perceptions of government legitimacy by citizen’s living in fragile and conflict…
This report provides lessons for the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), other humanitarian organizations, and funders striving to optimize cash transfer programs (CTP) in humanitarian contexts. Through an examination of the…
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May 2017Karen Jacobsen welcomed participants to Migrant Journeys Interrupted workshop in Tijuana, Mexico
Karen Jacobsen spoke at a workshop, Migrant Journeys Interrupted: Challenges of “Permanent Transience,” in Tijuana, Mexico, on May 20, 2017. The Tijuana workshop focused on cities in Mexico that are…Read More