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Supporting longer term development in crises at the nexus: Lessons from Somalia: Appendix 4

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This report was written and researched by Sarah Dalrymple and Amanda Thomas at Development Initiatives (DI), with contributions from Sarah Hanssen, independent consultant.

The authors would like to thank the wide range of stakeholders who contributed qualitative input through key informant interviews, with a special thanks to Adam Abdelmoula, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, UN Somalia; Jonathan Brooks, Senior Programme Advisor, FAO; Sarah Cramer, UN-World Bank Aid Coordination Officer; Johanna Erhardt, Head of Strategy and Resource Mobilisation, FAO; Nimo Hassan, Executive Director, Somalia NGO Consortium; Andrew Lanyon, Resilience and Social Protection Advisor, FAO; Victor Moses, Country Director Somalia, NRC; Joanna Nickolls, Head of the Integrated Office, UN Somalia; Abdurahman Sharif, Senior Special Advisor on Development and International Relations to the Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Somalia; and Suze van Meegan, Global Advocacy and Media Advisor, NRC. A full list of contributors is available in Appendix 1.

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 Daniele Milani, with extensive analysis and research across the report by Carina Chicet, Duncan Knox, Angharad Price and Dan Walton. Georgina Carver managed editorial production, with support from Alice McAndrew, Simon Murphy and Celia Warin. Charlotte MacDiarmid, Lydia Poole and Angus Urquhart provided editorial guidance. Communications support was provided by Telche Hanley-Moyle and Anna Hope.