Turkey and Syria earthquake: evidence-based innovations and guidance for acute crisis response.
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Our panel will feature individuals consulted in three of our Gap Analyses and one research priority setting, which looked at Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), the Inclusion of People with Disability and Older People in humanitarian response, gender-based violence (GBV) and Mental Health and Psycho-social Support (MHPSS).
Lily Chrysant Kusumowardoyo
Lily Chrysant is a Partnership Manager, Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Indonesia and the Philippines (ABS). She has a masters degree in gender and development and for more than a decade has been focusing on social inclusion and community resilience through her work with various international development organisations, both in Indonesia and overseas. In recent years, she has been working with ASB to achieve more inclusive humanitarian response, both through research and practice
Maureen is a Research Scientist with the Global Women’s Institute (GWI) at the George Washington University where her primary research focus is on violence against women and girls in conflict and post-conflict settings. Prior to joining GWI, she worked in monitoring and evaluation with numerous humanitarian aid agencies. She is currently a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) candidate in Global Health at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University.
Dessy is a clinical psychologist by training with over 13 years’ experience in developmental and humanitarian contexts. With the work focus on children living in disaster and poverty-affected settings and specialized in MHPSS, child protection, and M&E, Dessy has worked with International NGO, Consultancy, and UN Agency in Indonesia, Timor Leste, and South Sudan as a project coordinator, researcher, and consultant. She recently did consultancy work for Health Right International coordinating qualitative research in Indonesia for MHPSS-SET2.
Roba works as a WASH Public Health Officer at Oxfam in Palestine. She has extensive experience in the humanitarian sector, working for 8 years in the WASH and environmental health sectors. Since 2016, Roba leads the Hygiene Promotion working group under the WASH cluster where she supports organisations working in the WASH sector to shape and implement hygiene promotion interventions. Roba also holds a bachelor degree in environmental engineering.
Co-hosted by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).
The largest event of its kind: the 7th edition of the HNPW will once again gather experts and humanitarian professionals from more than 40 participating networks and partnerships.
You can find out more about HNPW 2021 and browse the full programme, here.
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