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Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2020: Appendix 1

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We would like to thank the many people who have been involved in helping us put the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2020 together: our colleagues at Development Initiatives; Steve Green at Definite.design, Sharon Mah and Jenny McCarten at Soapbox, and Dave Cuvelot, freelance designer; and Nina Behrman, copy-editor.

We would also like to thank the many experts who provided information and advice – Claudia Manili at ACAPS; Ruth McCormack at Cash Learning Partnership; Howard Mollett at Catholic Agency For Overseas Development; Jon Gascoigne, Ruth Hill and Yi Yang at the Centre for Disaster Protection; Joram Jesper Co at International Committee of the Red Cross; Kirsten Hagon at International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; Jordan Menkveld and Lindsay Michiels at International Organization for Migration; Arnaud Levéry at Médecins Sans Frontières; Anita Kattakuzhy at Oxfam; Ihsan Samarrai at Sorouh for Sustainable Development; Xiaodong Cai, Awa Dabo, Johannes Fromholt, Romano Lasker, Hanayo Nakano and Bettina Woll at United Nations (UN) Development Programme; Hiroko Araki and Luke McCallin at UN High Commissioner for Refugees; Jonas Berntsson, Josephine Ferreiro, Tasleem Hemani-Tuan, Lavina Jethani, Jelena Jovanovic, Yulia Krieger and Najet Tenoutit at Unicef; Adriana Carvalho-Friedheim and Jean Verheyden Mohannad Ali at UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs; Chiara Capozio, Rima Dabbagh and Sam Rose at UN Relief and Works Agency; Aydrus Daar at Wajir South Development Association; Franco Ferrentino, Otto Reichner and Lorenzo Violani at World Food Programme; and Rafael Rovaletti at World Health Organization.

We would like to extend our gratitude to the following people for providing us with data for our private funding calculations: Luis Jabonero Diaz at Action contra el hambre; Ayub Khan at Afghanaid; Camille Chemin at Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development; Donna Diane at American Near East Refugee Aid; Joseph Rwanjagarara at Catholic Agency For Overseas Development; Richard Dixon at Concern; Florence Joigneault at International Catholic Migration Commission; Joram Jesper Co at International Committee of the Red Cross; Olivier Van Bunnen at International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; Hajrija Hota at International Medical Corps; Daphne Jasyasinghe at International Rescue Committee; Haroon Kash at Islamic Relief; Jim Jackson at Medair; Arnaud Levéry at Médecins Sans Frontières; Lance Cole at Mercy Corps; Luca Peciarolo at Norwegian Refugee Council; Gina Flavelle at Oxfam; Aftab Alam at Plan International; Stefano Di Russo and Sebastien Laroze Barrit at UN High Commissioner for Refugees; Jelena Jovanovic at Unicef; Sam Rose at UN Relief and Works Agency; Stefan Jahn at Welthungerhilfe; Desideria Cosi at World Food Programme; and Bernie Fortes at World Vision International.

We would like to thank the programme’s funders for their support: the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Canada; the Stabilisation and Humanitarian Aid Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands; the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark.

This report was authored by Amanda Thomas and Angus Urquhart. The project was managed by Tom Urry. Data analysis was led by Daniele Milani and Niklas Rieger, with extensive analysis and research across the report by Carina Chicet, Sophie Hanna and Duncan Knox. Research and analysis on specific areas was provided by Bill Anderson, Dean Breed, Mark Brough, Sarah Dalrymple, Lewis Sternberg, Rob Tew and Dan Walton. Alice McAndrew managed editorial production, with support from Georgina Carver and Simon Murphy. Harpinder Collacott and Daniel Coppard provided editorial guidance. Communications support was provided by Telche Hanley-Moyle, James Harle, Anna Hope and Charlie Zajicek.

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