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Andrew Harper
Formerly UN Refugee Agency Rep in Jordan, love all things innovative, now Director of Program Support & Management for UNHCR. Despise long meetings & pessimism.
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Mohammed Hawari Jan 15
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UNHCR Tanzania Jan 9
As of 31 December 2017, Nduta camp hosts 118,635 Burundian refugees.
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Jeff Crisp Jan 5
How fake images are being used to demonize refugees and migrants:
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Liisa-Maija Harju Jan 2
Humanitarian situations to watch in 2018: 🇨🇲 🇱🇾 🇻🇪 🇦🇫 🇧🇩/🇲🇲 🇨🇫 🇸🇸 🇾🇪 🇨🇩 🇸🇾 via
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Karl Steinacker Dec 22
Modernizing Registration and Identity Management in UNHCR: Introducing PRIMES
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World Economic Forum Dec 21
The electricity required for a single bitcoin trade could power a house for a whole month
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Vivian Tan Dec 21
Helping cook without firewood
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Sophie McNeill Dec 20
An appalling sign of the times we live in - UN Chief Announces Plans to Part, citing fears that he can no longer speak his mind on human rights.
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Filippo Grandi Dec 15
“We will take responsibility for Somali & other refugees until necessary. We will not allow anybody to be repatriated by force. “ Djibouti’s Minister of Interior speaking to refugees+host community at Ali Addeh.
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William S. Chemaly Dec 15
In a post truth world, it is very good news that & are joining forces to anchor decisions on refugees, displaced and hosts programmes in solid evidence
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KatePhillipsBarrasso Dec 12
will issue work permits, access to education and citizenship to . Host countries are doing their part. Where is the international community in providing humanitarian assistance and resettling refugees to third countries?
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
Thanks for having me, and the questions - our work continues!
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
Replying to @And_Harper
This includes investment in infrastructure to support not only refugees but the communities that protect them.
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
A4 That hosting states traditional generosity & respect to is supported and reinforced. Not taken for granted.
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
Action shot! Keep the questions coming.
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
A3 w/ more displaced, tighter borders, increasingly xenophobic policies coming to the fore, growing insecurity etc... we can & must be more efficient, effective coordinated, accountable, transparent, people centric & linked with development players.
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
Often because the responses are ad hoc with little in the way of strategic planning or properly coordinated w/ host governments & host communities. We need to do a much better job in encouraging investment in infrastructure
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
A2 we need to ensure that developing states who host 84% of the world's are not forgotten. It is simply the right thing to do to support countries who keep their borders open for . Developing states should be compensated for this global good.
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
Replying to @Refugees
A1 coordination also means looking at different options and being much smarter in how we engage in operations. Focus on activities that empower rather than create dependency, work w/ & support national systems rather than create parallel structures...
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Andrew Harper Dec 13
A1 It depends on the situation but obviously we can do a much, much better job across the board. Not only do we have a responsibility to donors but more importantly we need to make sure that every cent is used as efficiently as possible in the best interests of .
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