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Caitlin Wake

Research Associate

  • Humanitarian Policy Group
Portrait of Caitlin Wake

<p>Caitlin completed her PhD in social dimensions of health, and her doctoral research focused on social determinants of health among urban refugee women. She has conducted research in Jordan, Malaysia, Turkey, Sierra Leone, South Africa, and Uganda on issues related to health and forced displacement. Prior to joining ODI she worked with UNHCR.</p>

  1. Inclusion and exclusion in humanitarian action: the state of play


  2. Localising emergency preparedness and response through partnerships

    Research reports

  3. Four priorities for Bangladesh's new government in 2019

  4. Capacity and complementarity in the Rohingya response in Bangladesh

    Working papers

  5. Rohingya want to return, but only if rights and safety are guaranteed

  6. The Rohingya crisis, one year on

  7. The Rohingya crisis: making the transition from emergency to longer-term development

    Briefing/policy papers

  8. Humanitarian Policy Group Brochure 2017-19


  9. Livelihoods in displacement: from refugee perspectives to aid agency response

    Research reports

  10. Understanding the Rohingya refugee crisis

  11. The lives and livelihoods of Syrian refugees

    Research reports

  12. ‘Turning a blind eye’: the policy response to Rohingya refugees in Malaysia

    Working papers

  13. Livelihood strategies of Rohingya refugees in Malaysia

    Research reports

  14. The Ebola response in West Africa: exposing the politics and culture of international aid

    Working papers

  15. The role of fear in the Ebola response