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FORCED MIGRATION REVIEW
Issue: Forced Migration Review (July 2007)
Article: Capacity development from the inside out
by Anisya Thomas and Desiree Bliss

Issue: Forced Migration Review Special tsunami Issue (July 2005)
Article: Response Effectiveness: Views of The Affected Population
by Anisya Thomas and Vimala Ramalingam

Issue: Forced Migration Review (January 2005)
Article: Logistics Training: necessity or luxury?
by Anisya Thomas and Mitsuko Mizushima

Issue: Forced Migration Review (September 2004)
Article: Leveraging Private Expertise for Humanitarian Supply Chains
by Anisya Thomas

Issue: Forced Migration Review (September 2003)
Issue: A Spanish version of Forced Migration Review (September 2003)

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GLOBAL MEDICINE
Making Global Connections, Lynn Fritz (March 2007)
HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW
Disaster Relief Inc., Anisya Thomas and Lynn Fritz (November 2006)
GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
The Changing Tide of Aid Provision, Anisya Thomas (Summer/Fall 2006)
UN CHRONICLE
Improving Aid Effectiveness: Two Studies Suggest Solutions, Anisya Thomas
(January 16, 2006)
HUMANITARIAN PRACTICE NETWORK
Linking Preparedness and Performance: The tsunami Experience, Anisya Thomas (December 18, 2005)
ASIA-PACIFIC DEVELOPMENT REVIEW
Humanitarian Logistics: Matching Recognition with Responsibility, Anisya Thomas (June 21, 2005)
HUMANITARIAN EXCHANGE 27
Humanitarian Relief and the Media: Making the Relationship More Effective, Steven S. Ross (July 2004)
UN CHRONICLE
Essay: Aid Organizations and the Press, Steven S. Ross (June 29, 2004)
INTERNATIONAL AID & TRADE REVIEW
Elevating Humanitarian Logistics (January 2004)
DVZ-DEUTSCHE LOGISTIK-ZEITUNG
Logistiker dringend gesucht (October 21, 2003)
 
 
 
 
In Ivory Coast, 3.5 million vulnerable persons, including 500,000 internally displaced people are affected by the ongoing crisis and insecurity. Acute malnutrition is most alarming in the Northwest, with chronic malnutrition prevalence rate of 34.4%.
Fritz Institute has filled a void and already added a lot of value by bringing together the business, humanitarian logistics and academic worlds. Their work has been timely and effective towards building knowledge about the best practices and challenges of humanitarian logistics.
-Luk Van Wassenhove
Henry Ford Chaired Professor of Manufacturing,
INSEAD University
 
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