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  • 20 June 2023

Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2023: Appendix 1


appendix 1

The lead author of this report is Angus Urquhart, with co-authors Fran Girling-Morris, Erica Mason and Suzanna Nelson-Pollard. We are grateful to all those who have contributed to the Global Humanitarian Assistance Report 2023. At Development Initiatives: Sarah Unsworth, project manager; Carina Chicet, Niklas Rieger and Dan Walton, data analysis leads; Archie Donnelly, Kirsty Lazer and Shunshun Tang, research and analysis on sections in the report; Claudia Wells, Daniel Coppard and Adrian Lovett, editorial guidance; Emma Woodcock, production management, with support from Simon Murphy; Ben Campbell, communications lead, with support from Sarah Harries and Anna Hope; Amy Cox and Suzanna Nelson-Pollard, engagement leads, with support from Fran Girling-Morris and Archie Donnelly. Design: Steve Green at Definite.design; and Tim Harcourt-Powell, freelance designer. Copy-editing: Rebecca Hills and Emma Woodcock.

Insight pieces: Christina Bennett from Start Network; Jan Egeland at Norwegian Refugee Council; Albashir Ibrahim at NEXUS Consortium in Somalia; Hibak Kalfan at NEAR; Michael Köhler at European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO); Virginie Lefèvre at Amel Association International; Marko Madut from The Organisation for Children Harmony (TOCH); Harjeet Singh from the Climate Action Network; the Feminist Humanitarian Network; and N4D.

Expert information and advice: Ysabel Fougery and Lilian Barajas at UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA); Lisa Guppy at University College London; Nishanie Jayamaha at ICVA; Chris Leather at N4D; Colin McQuistan at Practical Action; Howard Mollett and Sinead Callaghan at the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD); Cat Pettengell at Climate Action Network; Lucy Puentes and Anna Farina at Start Network; Barbara Rosen-Jacobson and Debbie Hillier at Mercy Corps; and Lyndsay Walsh at Oxfam.

Data collection: Mateusz Buczek at UN OCHA; Dorian Druelle at UN International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF); Martina Favaretto at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC); Marisol Gajardo at Médecins Sans Frontières International; Mathilde Garcia-Lopez at Norwegian Refugee Council; George Graham at Humanity & Inclusion UK; Stefan Jahn at Welthungerhilfe; Joram Jesper Co and Jonas Håkansson at International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC); Haroon Kash at Islamic Relief; Ruth McCormack at CALP Network; Douglas McKean at Mercy Corps; Marilyn Polena at Solidarity Now; Justin Leo Senn at Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR); Erica Stillo at the Women’s Peace and Humanitarian Fund; and Sophie Valynseele at CARE 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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