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Wendy Fenton

HPN Coordinator

  • Humanitarian Policy Group
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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. Helping or hurting? Aid in the twenty-first century

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  2. Humanitarian Exchange 56: Civil-military coordination in humanitarian action

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  3. Time to listen: hearing people on the receiving end of international aid

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  4. The Golden Fleece

  5. Humanitarianism: Past, Present, Future

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  6. UK launch of ‘Ending the Everyday Emergency'

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  7. Bigger, better, faster: New learning in cash transfer programming

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  8. Drought preparedness and response in the Horn of Africa

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  9. Network Paper 72 - Local to Global Protection in Myanmar (Burma), Sudan, South Sudan and Zimbabwe

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  10. Accountability in humanitarian action: changes and challenges

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  11. Network Paper 70 - Applying conflict sensitivity in emergency response: current practice and ways forward

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  12. Escaping the hunger cycle: pathways to resilience in the Sahel

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  13. Sudan and South Sudan's unfinished business: Abyei and Southern Kordofan

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  14. Cash transfer programming in emergencies - a new Good Practice Review

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  15. Humanitarian partnerships

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  16. Humanitarian Space in Afghanistan and Pakistan

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  17. Common Needs Assessments and humanitarian action

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  18. City limits: urbanisation and vulnerability in Khartoum and Juba, Sudan

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  19. A decade on: A new Good Practice Review on operational security management

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  20. Aiding the peace: a multi-donor evaluation of support to conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities in southern Sudan 2005–2010

    Research reports

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