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Managing Humanitarian Innovation: The cutting edge of aid by [James, Eric]

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"It is rare that one find a book on humanitarian aid that is relevant to both academic and practitioner audiences. Managing Humanitarian Innovation does an excellent job giving insights and practical solutions to both audiences. Even more important it is inspirational and helps further the important discourse on innovation – one of the most important policy and operational raeas facing humanitarian aid today."
(Kirsten Gelsdorf, Director of Global Humanitarian Policy and Professor, University of Virginia, Former Chief of Policy Analysis and Innovation, UNOCHA)

“The authors have done a really good excellent job in drawing together a broad range of innovations.” (Peter Tatham, Professor of Humanitarian Logistics, Griffith Business School, Griffith University)

“This is a ‘must-read’ for aid workers, donors, government officials, and innovators drawn to the humanitarian calling.” (Nicholas Haan, VP if Impact and Faculty Chair of Global Grand Challenges, Singularity University)

"It is rare that one find a book on humanitarian aid that is relevant to both academic and practitioner audiences. Managing Humanitarian Innovation does an excellent job giving insights and practical solutions to both audiences. Even more important it is inspirational and helps further the important discourse on innovation – one of the most important policy and operational raeas facing humanitarian aid today." (Kirsten Gelsdorf, Director of Global Humanitarian Policy and Professor, University of Virginia, Former Chief of Policy Analysis and Innovation, UNOCHA 2018-03-27)

About the Author

Eric James has studied and worked in international development for over 10 years. He has managed emergency programs in Afghanistan, Albania, Burundi, Liberia and Sri Lanka, among other places.

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  • Print Length: 172 pages
  • Publication Date: March 27, 2018
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07BRZYVYL
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