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Wendy Fenton

HPN Coordinator

  • Humanitarian Policy Group
Portrait of Wendy Fenton

Wendy has over 25 years of operational, management and advisory experience in humanitarian and development programming across a wide range of sectors primarily in Sudan and Ethiopia.

Wendy has over 25 years of operational, management and advisory experience in humanitarian and development programming across a wide range of sectors primarily in Sudan and Ethiopia. She has extensive experience of working with both donors (USAID/OFDA and CIDA) and NGOs (Save the Children UK). Most recently, as an independent consultant, she has focused on fragile states, specifically issues related to NGO programming, funding mechanism performance and safety nets.

  1. Putting people first: lessons on accountability to affected populations from Typhoon Haiyan

    Event

  2. A decade of collaborative capacity building in emergencies: what have we learnt?

    Event

  3. Transition in Yemen: what role for humanitarian action?

    Event

  4. Humanitarian Exchange 61: the humanitarian situation in Yemen

    Other

  5. Into the mainstream: addressing sexual violence against men and boys in conflict

    Event

  6. Everybody wins: bridging the gap between scientific and local communities

    Event

  7. Gender-based violence in emergencies

    Event

  8. South Sudan: root causes and implications for the future

    Event

  9. Knowledge is power: unlocking the potential for science and technology to enhance community resilience through knowledge exchange

    Research reports

  10. The search for common ground: civil–military coordination and the protection of civilians in South Sudan

    Research reports

  11. Launch of the Syria Response Review

    Event

  12. Humanitarian Exchange 59: the conflict in Syria

    Research reports

  13. Preventing and responding to gender-based violence in humanitarian contexts: Mapping and analysing the evidence and identifying the gaps

    Other

  14. Advancing humanitarian action: engaging with rising global actors to develop new strategic dialogue and partnerships

    Event

  15. Sudan’s deteriorating lifeline: strategies to support livestock production and trade

    Event

  16. Monitoring protection: asking the impossible?

    Event

  17. Humanitarian Standards Forum

    Event

  18. Learning from the city: humanitarian action in urban areas

    Event

  19. Response analysis and response choice in food security crises: a roadmap

    Event

  20. Improving communication between aid agencies and crisis-affected people

    Event

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