FRITZ INSTITUTE RESEARCH  
 

PUBLICATIONS
Forced Migration Review
Capacity Development from the Inside Out
(July 2007)

Global Medicine
Making Global Connections
(March 2007)

Harvard Business Review
Disaster Relief Inc.
(November 2006)

Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
The Changing Tide of Aid Provision (Summer/Fall 2006)

UN Chronicle
Improving Aid Effectiveness
Two Studies Suggest Solutions
(January 16, 2006)

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SURVEYS

The Immediate Response to the Java tsunami:
Perceptions of the Affected

Recovering from the Java Earthquake: Perceptions of the Affected

Surviving the Pakistan Earthquake:
Perceptions of the Affected One Year Later

Hurricane Katrina: Perceptions of the Affected  

Recipient Perceptions of Aid Effectiveness: Rescue, Relief and Rehabilitation in tsunami Affected Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka

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WHITE PAPERS

From Logistics to Supply Chain Management:
The Path Forward in the Humanitarian Sector


Enabling Disaster Response
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY:
FRITZ INSTITUTE LECTURE ON HUMANITARIAN RELIEF


2006: Randall Tobias

2005: Madeleine Albright

2004: Jan Egeland

2002: Andrew Natsios
SITE VISITS

2005: tsunami Region
2003: Baghdad

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Case Studies

Academic Resources

Humanitarian Media Coverage
 
 
 
In India, the tsunami swept away 16,000 people and affected a million more. It took weeks before NGOs could undertake even basic needs assessments along the 1,000 km of affected coastline.
Your “Lessons from the tsunami: Top Line Findings” is very impressive. Many of the findings and insights will inform the revision of our training of our Relief Emergency Response Units as we seek to improve participatory assessments, appropriate targeting and distribution with dignity. A big thank you.
-Nan Buzard, Director, International Disaster Response, American Red Cross
 
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