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Sarah Hurlburt / CARE Ethiopia
8:00am - 9:30am ET

Come learn practical examples of humanitarian-development-peace (HDP) coherence “in action.” Implementers featured in our HDP Coherence Practice Note Series will share what worked when delivering interventions across different types of assistance in challenging contexts. Discover how the Albarka activity in Mali and the Biruh Tesfa project and Livelihoods for Resilience activity in Ethiopia worked through local partners and systems and layered their interventions for lasting impact. Learn about CARE Yemen's integrated, conflict-sensitive approach to promote HDP coherence in countrywide programming. You’ll leave this event with actionable practices to apply to your own work and a chance to have some of your questions answered. 

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This event will be in English with French interpretation. It is the fourth and final event in the series on HDP Coherence in Practice: Insights from the Implementing Community.

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Venez découvrir des exemples pratiques de la cohérence humanitaire-développement-paix (HDP) « en action ». Les responsables de projets présentés dans notre série de notes de pratique sur la cohérence HDP partageront ce qui a fonctionné lors de la mise en œuvre d'interventions à travers différents types d'assistance dans des contextes difficiles. Découvrez comment l'activité Albarka au Mali, le projet Biruh Tesfa et l'activité Livelihoods for Resilience en Éthiopie ont travaillé avec des partenaires et des systèmes locaux et ont superposé leurs interventions pour un impact durable. Apprenez-en plus sur l'approche intégrée et sensible au conflit de CARE Yémen pour promouvoir la cohérence du HDP dans la programmation à l'échelle du pays. Vous repartirez de cet événement avec des pratiques concrètes à appliquer à votre propre travail et la possibilité d'obtenir des réponses à certaines de vos questions.

Cet événement se déroulera en anglais avec interprétation en français.


Headshot of Sarah HurlburtSarah Hurlburt is CARE's Deputy Chief of Party (DCOP) for the Strengthen PSNP Institutions and Resilience (SPIR II) activity, a Resilience Food Security Activity (RFSA) in Ethiopia. Sarah previously served as the DCOP on the Livelihoods for Resilience (L4R) Activity in Ethiopia and the Biruh Tesfa project, which delivered emergency livelihood and food security support to households in Tigray and Amhara during the northern Ethiopia conflict. Sarah holds a Master’s in Public Health from Boston University, with a concentration in International Health.

Headshot of Oumar ToeOumar Toe is the Chief of Party for the Albarka RFSA in Mali with Save the Children. In this role, he has overseen a substantial redesign of Albarka’s theory of change, technical guidance, and tools and key processes for adaptive management and learning. He has over 15 years of experience managing and providing technical support to multisectoral programs in the fields of food security, nutrition, WASH, governance, rural development, public health, social behavior change, and resilience. Oumar holds master’s degrees in rural development techniques population and health.

Headshot of Yousef QutaryYousef Qutary is the Consortium Coordinator for the Yemen Joint Response program at CARE International, a multi-sectoral intervention program addressing critical needs in Yemen. He has a decade of experience in both humanitarian and development interventions and is committed to cultivating and directing equitable partnerships. Yousef holds a Master's degree in Project Management and a Bachelor's degree in Engineering