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Sara Pavanello

Research Associate

Humanitarian Policy Group

Portrait of Sara Pavanello

Sara is a Research Associate based in Rome and holds a MSc in Development Management from the London School of Economics. She has 15 years of experience in conducting research in humanitarian policy and practice including leading evaluations, studies, authoring concept and working papers, policy briefs, and providing policy advice to donors, NGOs, and UN agencies. Sara's main areas of research are cash transfer programming, resilience, social protection, and displacement.

  1. Improving user journeys for humanitarian cash transfers

    Research reports

  2. Improving user journeys for humanitarian cash transfers: Iraq case study

    Research reports

  3. Improving user journeys for humanitarian cash transfers: Kenya case study

    Research reports

  4. Fostering local partnerships in remote management and high-threat settings: emerging lessons from child protection programming in Syria

    Research reports

  5. Rules of the range: natural resources management in Kenya–Ethiopia border areas

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. Sanctuary in the city? Urban displacement and vulnerability in Damascus - A desk study

    Working papers

  7. Rules of the range: natural resources management in Kenya–Ethiopia border areas

    Event

  8. Rules of the range: natural resources management in Kenya–Ethiopia border areas

    Working papers

  9. City limits: urbanisation and vulnerability in Port Sudan

    Event

  10. City limits: urbanisation and vulnerability in Sudan - Port Sudan case study

    Research reports

  11. Fighting hunger in protracted crises: what can be done?

  12. Working across borders - Harnessing the potential of cross-border activities to improve livelihood security in the Horn of Africa drylands

    Briefing/policy papers

  13. Responding to a changing climate: Exploring how disaster risk reduction, social protection and livelihoods approaches promote features of adaptive capacity

    Working papers

  14. Livestock marketing in Kenya-Ethiopia border areas: A baseline study

    Working papers

  15. Hidden and Exposed:Urban Refugees in Nairobi, Kenya

    Working papers

  16. Pastoralists' vulnerability in the Horn of Africa: Exploring political marginalisation, donors' policies and cross-border issues

    Other

  17. The global economic crisis and impacts on children and caregivers: emerging evidence and possible policy responses in the Middle East and North Africa

    Working papers

  18. Fighting hunger: the endless plight of pastoralists in the Horn of Africa

  19. Losing ground: Protection and livelihoods in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

    Working papers

  20. Hidden lives: refugees in the cities