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Dominic Chavez / World Bank

Chapter 5.1 Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

Photo: Dominic Chavez / World Bank

I am extremely grateful to the following, without whom this Good Practice Review (GPR) would not have been possible. Leah Campbell (ALNAP) and Wendy Fenton (HPN) provided materials and reviewed and edited initial drafts. Thanks to Robin Fraiture for research support in gathering reports and case study materials, and to Sarah Bailey, Leah Campbell, Paul Currion, Neil Dillon, Paul Knox Clarke, Francine Menashy, Ronak Patel, Amelie Sundberg and Michael Talhami for providing specialist inputs to specific sections. Matthew Foley (ODI) edited the final text.

I am extremely grateful to the following reviewers: Patricia García Amado, Diane Archer, Natalie Brackett, Dean Brooks, Paul Currion, Neil Dillon, Alan Gundy, Giulia Frontini, Joanna Heil, Aynur Kadihasanoglu, Paul Knox Clarke, Tulio Mateo, Francine Menashy, Cristina Churruca Muguruza, Alice Obrecht, Chris Pain, Ronak Patel, Harriette Purchas, Sergio Regi, Aurelia Saint-Just, Pamela Sitko, Amelie Sundberg, Andrew Scott, Rolando Wallusche Saul, Kevin Savage and Michael Talhami. Thanks also to the members of the project’s advisory group: Diane Archer, Anne Burlat, Paul Currion, Giulia Frontini, Shaun Hazeldine, Jerold S. Kayden, Heather McCloud, Ronak Patel, Samer Saliba, Aynur Kadihasanoglu, Suzanne Maguire, Brett Moore, Hariette Purchas, Anshu Sharma and Michael Talhami.

This Good Practice Review was made possible with the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein should not be taken, in any way, to reflect the official opinion of the European Union, and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

This document is part of a series of learning products developed in partnership with the Global Alliance for Urban Crises. The Alliance, launched at the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016, is a global, multi-disciplinary and collaborative community of practice. It brings together officials from local government, built environment professionals, academics and humanitarian and development actors to work towards systemic change in the way we enable cities and urban communities to prevent, prepare for and respond to urban crises. For more on the Alliance visit www.urbancrises.org.

Finally, thanks are due for the support of ALNAP members and the donors to the Humanitarian Policy Group (HPG)’s Integrated Programme.