Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2021: Appendix 1
We would like to thank the many people who have been involved in helping us put the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2021 together: our colleagues at Development Initiatives; Dave Cuvelot and Tim Harcourt-Powell, freelance designers, and Steve Green at Definite.design; and Nina Behrman and Rebecca Hills, freelance copy-editors.
We would also like to thank the many experts who provided information and advice – Fiona Arnone and Angela Hinrichs at FAO; Kevin Conroy at GlobalGiving; Joram Jesper Co at International Committee of the Red Cross; Jordan Menkveld at International Organization for Migration; Tess Woolfenden at the Jubilee Debt Campaign; Xiaodong Cai, Romano Lasker, Hanayo Nakano, Abdul Riza and Bettina Woll at United Nations Development Programme; Hiroko Araki at UNHCR; Josephine Ferreiro and Jelena Jovanovic at UNICEF; Mohannad Ali and Nicolas Rost at the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs; Chiara Capozio at UNRWA; Otto Reichner at World Food Programme; and Rafael Rovaletti at World Health Organization.
We would like to extend our gratitude to the following people for assisting us with the data collection for our research: Luis Jabonero Diaz at Acción contra el hambre; Joseph Rwanjagarara at CAFOD; Marianne Hochuli at Caritas Switzerland; Ruth McCormack at the Cash Learning Partnership Network; Daniel Clarke and Michèle Plichta at the Centre for Disaster Protection; Matthieu Kimmell and Killashandra Rashid at Global Affairs Canada; Joram Jesper Co at International Committee of the Red Cross; Olivier Van Brunnen at International Federation of the Red Cross; Arnaud Levéry at Médecins Sans Frontières; Hajrija Hota at Mercy Corps; Luca Peciarolo at Norwegian Refugee Council; Debbie Hillier at Oxford Policy Management; Kevin Panicker at Samaritan’s Purse; Fernando Espada at Save the Children; Stefano Di Russo at UNHCR; Josephine Ferreiro and Jelena Jovanovic at UNICEF; Chiara Capozio at UNRWA; Helen Pattinson at War Child; Stefan Jahn at Welthungerhilfe; Desideria Cosi at World Food Programme; Jordan Ramacciato at World Health Organization; and Jan-Marc Stam at ZOA. We are also grateful to the large number of individuals and organisations that provided us with data on cash and voucher assistance and on multi-year funding.
We would like to thank the programme’s funders for their support: the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Canada; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark; the Stabilisation and Humanitarian Aid Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands; and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.
This report was authored by Fran Girling and Angus Urquhart, with narrative on specific areas provided by Sofia Martinez Fernandez. The project was managed by Tom Urry. Data analysis was led by Carina Chicet, Nik Rieger and Dan Walton, with extensive analysis and research across the report by Elle Crossley and Kirsty Lazer. Research and analysis on specific areas was provided by Duncan Knox. Harpinder Collacott and Daniel Coppard provided editorial guidance. Alice McAndrew managed editorial production in collaboration with Georgina Carver and Simon Murphy. Anna Hope led the communications, with support from James Harle and Sarah Harries. Engagement support was provided by Olivia Wheatley-Hince.
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