Philip Tamminga

Director of the Humanitarian Response Index, DARA

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Director of the Humanitarian Response Index for DARA, an international organization which evaluates how effectively aid is delivered to disaster, conflict and crisis areas

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Each year brings with it some crisis that calls for huge amounts of aid. This year, 2010, started with a devastating earthquake in Haiti.

Disasters and Humanitarian Aid in 2010

Each year brings with it some crisis that calls for huge amounts of aid. This year, 2010, started with a devastating earthquake in Haiti.

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Each year brings with it some crisis that calls for huge amounts of aid. 2010 started with a devastating earthquake in Haiti.

Disasters and Humanitarian Aid in 2010

Each year brings with it some crisis that calls for huge amounts of aid. 2010 started with a devastating earthquake in Haiti.

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