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Surviving a “Complex Emergency”: UN & NGO cooperation in Sudan

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Masood Hyder has 28 years of experience in development and disaster management at the United Nations (with the World Food Programme, the UN development Programme, and the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs). He managed humanitarian and development projects in Sudan, Iran, North Korea, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Djibouti. He is a longtime advocate for communities striving to overcome the effects of poverty and disaster. Prior to joining the UN, he served for five years as Senior Research Officer in the Civil Service College, Civil Service Department in London. 

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