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Alumni Update: Kristy Siegfried (IIHA Forced Migration Course 4)

In her article, “New Thinking Needed on Food Aid for Refugees in Africa“, IIHA Forced Migration Course 4 Alumna, Kristy Siegfried, examines the funding shortfall faced by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and UNHCR that has already resulted in food ration cuts for a third of all African refugees. Kristy’s most recent article, “How Flawed Are Current Aid Responses?“, discusses the recent MSF report, “Where is Everyone? Responding to Emergencies in the Most Difficult Places“, which examines and addresses the deficiencies in the aid community’s responses to humanitarian crises.

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