Billions of Aid Dollars Spent: Why Isn’t Haiti Ready for a Hurricane?
One Year After the Nepal Quake and Zero Houses Rebuilt: Why I’m Not Surprised
The Rights of Refugees in Turkey: Primary Resources
Syrian Refugees: Families Facing Years in Turkey
Documentation on the Nepal Earthquake
Lessons Learned from the Aid Work at Takara
Villagers in Cyclone-Ravished Takara Still Waiting for Their Good News
The Ecology of Aid: Lots of Organizations Play Complicated Roles
Photo Essay: Destroyed Vanuatu Rainforests Show Signs of Life
Why I Quit Moonlighting for Nonprofits, my interview on TinySpark
The Secret Language of Aid: This Is Why No One Can Track the Money
Haiti Tourism: Challenging, But Charming to Some
Drones, Google Glass and the Future of Humanitarianism: Q+A with Disaster Tech Lab
The IRD Scandal and My Ethics Clause
Photos of Refugees through History
Aid Worker or Journalist? Which job is more dangerous?
No pressure or anything, but lots of people will die without you. Men, mostly.