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  • 12 July 2022

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2022: Appendix 1


appendix 1

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The lead author of this report is Angus Urquhart, with co-authors Fran Girling, Erica Mason and Suzanna Nelson-Pollard. We are grateful to all those who have contributed to the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2022. At Development Initiatives: Tom Urry, project manager; Niklas Rieger and Dan Walton, data analysis leads; Carina Chicet, Jasmin Jilma and Kirsty Lazer, analysis throughout the report; Jordan Beecher, Duncan Knox, Mattie Price and Jenny Rickard, research and analysis on specific areas; Harpinder Collacott and Daniel Coppard, editorial guidance; Georgina Carver and Emma Woodcock, production management in collaboration with Martha Jackson and Simon Murphy; Ben Campbell, communications lead, with support from Sarah Harries and Anna Hope; Amy Cox, engagement lead, with support from Archie Donnelly and Alys McCarthy. Design: Steve Green at Definite.design; and Tim Harcourt-Powell, freelance designer. Copy-editing: Nina Behrman.

Expert information and advice: Michèle Plichta and Lydia Poole, Centre for Disaster Protection; Cat Pettengell, Climate Action Network UK; Simon Anderson, International Institute for Environment and Development; Lizzy Whitehead, Mercy Corps; Sarah Colenbrander, ODI; Jamie Livingston and Lyndsey Walsh, Oxfam; Romano Lasker, UN Development Programme; Julie Thompson, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs; and Patricia da Camara, Maria Dimitriadou and Sonu Jain, World Bank Group.

Data collection: Luis Jabonero Diaz, Action Against Hunger Spain; Joseph Rwanjagarara, Catholic Agency for Overseas Development; Ruth McCormack, CALP Network; Philipp Hirt, Caritas Germany; Franziska Koller, Caritas Switzerland; Michael Mosselmans, Christian Aid; Michèle Ould, CARE International; Fiona Arnone, Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN; George Graham, Handicap International (Humanity and Inclusion); Kikonde Righa, HelpAge International; Joram Jesper Co, International Committee of the Red Cross; Martina Favaretto, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; Jordan Menkveld, International Organization for Migration; Haroon Kash, Islamic Relief; Ria Alder, Mines Advisory Group International; Jean-Bernard Palthey, Medair; Marisol Gajardo, Médecins Sans Frontières; Douglas McKean and Lizzy Whitehead, Mercy Corps; Clarissa Crippa, Norwegian Refugee Council; Lyndsey Walsh, Oxfam; Cécile Varboom, Première Urgence – Aide Médicale Internationale; Marilyn Polena, Solidarity Now; Mohannad Ali, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs; Wadih Al Eid and Catherine Barnett, UN High Commissioner for Refugees; Olga Basurmanova and Josephine Ferreiro, UN International Children’s Emergency Fund; Chiara Capozio, UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East; Stefan Jahn, Welthungerhilfe; Desideria Cosi and Otto Reichner, UN World Food Programme; Rafael Rovaletti, UN World Health Organization; Patricia da Camara, World Bank Group; Bernie Fortes, World Vision International; and Ane de Vos, ZOA International.

The programme’s funders: the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Canada; the Stabilisation and Humanitarian Aid Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark.

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