Posts by Anna R. Hurt

What funders should know in addressing the refugee crisis

Posted by Anna R. Hurt on September 24, 2015

The Center for Disaster Philanthropy hosted “The European Refugee Crisis: How Funders Can Help,” a webinar, on Sept. 15. Panelists were Bob Kitchen, International Rescue Committee; Shelly Pitterman, UNHCR; Ed Cain, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation; and Michael Fields, Xylem Watermark. Panelists discussed how funders should approach the European refugee situation and the closely linked humanitarian crisis in Syria to include long-­‐term partnerships with nongovernmental organizations and targeted funding to root problems, such as development.

Should donors still be considering a contribution to help with the Ebola crisis?

Posted by Regine A. Webster and Anna R. Hurt on November 18, 2014

It’s easy to see, in recent weeks, the decline in media attention to Ebola, but the reality is that the Ebola virus outbreak is far from being a closed case. Since the outbreak gained steam, there have been more than 13,000 cases and nearly 5,000 deaths. Some reports have indicated that the number of...

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