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close this bookNew Approaches to New Realities (University of Wisconsin / Universidad de Wisconsin, 1996, 508 p.)
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View the documentForeword
Open this folder and view contentsTheme ONE: Identification and Planning of Emergency Settlement
Open this folder and view contentsTheme TWO: Political, Security, Protection, Civil and Human Rights Aspects
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View the documentEmergency Settlement Project Background

Project Collaborators

The Emergency Settlement Project emphasizes collaboration among national, international and non-governmental organizations through the sharing of proven practices, latest lessons learned and new strategies. Individual contributors are affiliated with the following organizations, in addition to the organizations represented on the Board of Advisors. This list does not necessarily constitute official organizational or institutional endorsement.

Africa Humanitarian Action, CHE (Ethiopia)

Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

Bernard Van Leer Foundation (Netherlands)

Boise State University

Botswana Council of Refugees

Bread for the World Institute


Centers for Disease Control

Church World Service

Cranfield Disaster Preparedness Center

Dutch Church Aid

Ecumenical Documentation & Information Centre/Eastern & Southern Africa

EMMA, Ltd (Ireland)

Environmental Health Project (USA)

Ford Foundation

UNCHS (Habitat)

Humanitarianism and War Project, The Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for International Studies


Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies, PRDU, University of York

Institute Universitaire d’Etudes de D√©veloppment

Intermediate Technology (UK/Kenya)

International Catholic Child Bureau

International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction

International Rescue Committee


Life and Peace Institute (Sweden)

Michigan State University

Nairobi Peace Initiative (Kenya)

Norwegian Church Aid/Refugee Council, Afghanistan Programme

Oxford Brookes University

Oxford Centre for Disaster Studies

Oxford International Development Consultants

Philippine National Red Cross

Public Health International

Refugee Studies Program, University of Oxford

Rwandan Community Mobilisation Department

Save the Children

Simon Fraser University, Center for Policy Research on Science & Technology

Society of African Mission, Lay Missionary Program






University of London, Centre for Development Studies

University of Manchester


USAID/Displaced Children and Orphans Fund


War Torn Societies Project, UN Research Institute for Social Development

World Food Programme