Feinstein International Center
- Existence: 1996
The Alan Shawn Feinstein International Center was founded in 1996. The Center is part of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University, and it carries out field-based research in regions undergoing humanitarian crises.
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My internship in the Democratic Republic of Congo lasted from June 1st to August 12th 2004. I was attached to the Jesuit Refugee Services. Owing to the civil unrest that have besieged the Congo, I was stranded in Europe from 1st to 9th June and therefore did not arrive in Kinshasa until June 9th 2004. Fearing the outbreak of more hostilities I made an attempt to conduct my interviews speedily.
Little is known about the short and long term effects of war on youth. Yet without an understanding of who is at risk of violence (and from whom), the factors that affect violence and acceptance, a sense of the long-term impacts of war violence, and a strong grasp of the factors that protect youth, how can we design more effective prevention, protection, rehabilitation and reintegration programs?
Achieving Food and Nutrition Security: Lessons Learned from the Integrated Food Security Programme (IFSP), Mulanje, Malawi
Achieving Food and Nutrition Security: Lessons Learned from the Integrated Food Security Programme (IFSP), Mulanje, Malawi, 2011-06-16
Conflict and crisis in Darfur has continued unabated since 2003. Whilst there has been a growing body of knowledge about how this has impacted on livelihoods, there has been much less focus on understanding how trade and markets - the lifeblood of Darfur's economy - have been affected. This report begins to address this gap between livelihoods research and the crisis' effects on trade and markets.