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Development actors at the nexus: Lessons from crises in Bangladesh, Cameroon and Somalia: Appendix 5

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This report was written by Sarah Dalrymple at Development Initiatives (DI) and Sarah Hanssen, independent consultant, with strategic inputs from Charlotte MacDiarmid, Angus Urquhart, Niklas Rieger, Amanda Thomas, Amy Dodd (DI), Gail Hurley, independent consultant, Luca Peciarolo, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), and Angela Hinrichs, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

The authors would like to thank all those in Bangladesh, Cameroon and Somalia who provided comment and feedback on the country studies which this paper summarises − individuals are named in each of the reports. In addition, the authors would like thank the wide range of stakeholders who reviewed and provided qualitative input to this report, with a special thanks to Lene Aggernaes, Senior Inter-Agency and Cooperation Adviser, United Nations Populations Fund; Fiona Arnone, Capacity Development and Policy Liaison Specialist, FAO; Cecilia Caio, Independent Consultant, Financing for Sustainable Development Office, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs; Rachel Devlin, Crisis Resilience Team, Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office; Jessica Eliasson, Advisor/Policy Specialist Nexus and Resilience, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency; Rasmus Gedde-Dahl, Policy Director, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Benjamin Phillips, Director, Emergency Management Unit, ChildFund International; Killashandra Rashid, Program Officer, Global Affairs Canada; Jeremy Rempel, Head of Humanitarian Finance, International Council of Voluntary Agencies; Hilde Salvesen, Policy Director, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Dan Schreiber, Policy Advisor – Crises & Fragility, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; Cushla Thompson, Economist, Policy and Project Manager, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; and Marcy Vigoda, Chief, Partnerships and Resource Mobilization Branch, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

We would like to express our gratitude to the Global Humanitarian Assistance programme funders: the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Canada; the Human Rights, Good Governance and Humanitarian Aid Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands; the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency; and the Department for Humanitarian Action at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark.

The project was managed by Tom Urry. Data analysis was led by Carina Chicet and Niklas Rieger with support from Duncan Knox.

Georgina Carver managed editorial production, with support from Alice McAndrew, Simon Murphy and Louise Summerling. Angus Urquhart provided editorial guidance. Communications support was provided by Telche Hanley-Moyle, James Harle, Sarah Harries and Anna Hope.