Saja contributes in the development of All in Diary UK
Linda Richardson, Learning and Development consultant, InTuition Consultancy and Gill Price, International Programmes Director, RedR UK have broad experience in both the humanitarian and development sectors.
Peer reviewers and supporters
We are extremely grateful for the support and encouragement of many organizations: RedR UK, HAP, UNHCR, Sphere Project, Map Action, Mercy Corps, IOM, Danish Demining, HelpAge, People In Aid, Logistics Alliance, INEE, WASH Cluster Hygiene Promotion Group, Child Protection Working Group, MANGO, FAO, IFRC, AidsAlliance, ECB, CARE International, Norwegian Refugee Council, Save the Children, UNOCHA, UNICEF, Oxfam GB, ALNAP, DFID, DanChurch Aid, Concern, Dtalk, Developments Magazine, Forced Migration Review.
And the many individual humanitarian workers who have given their time and expertise to review the updates for our 4th edition, including:
Aslam Saja, Charles Kelly, Tim Foster, Paul Rees-Thomas, Shirantha Perera, Sarah Davidson, Ana Urgoiti, Joanna Wedge, William Fellows, Kathie Knell, James Shepherd-Barron, Kelly Wooster, Neil Bauman, Stephanie Hill, Paul Wooster, Michelle Farringdon, Stig, Joseph Ashmore, Nina Papadopolous, James Sparkes, Pat Foley, Rosemary Tucker, Jane Gilbert, Ian Richardson, Kate Gerrard, Lizzie Babbister, Martin Taylor, Alison Price, Suzanne Ferron, Jim Kennedy, Raghu. Chris Petch……
Your support is invaluable.
Translation in Tamil http://allindiary.org/download-translations/
Each of the following organisations have collaborated with All In Diary on specific projects::
We are actively looking for support to update these translations with our 4th edition.
Many thanks to the following for their contribution in translating the All In Diary.
Arabic: Aiham Al Sukhni and staff of the International Relief Department of Qatar Red Crescent. Also Bahaa Eldin, Mohamed Asim Mohamed Widatalla and especially Taiseer Abdalawal Ahmad – volunteers from UNV on-line volunteering.
Bahasa: Oxfam GB in Indonesia and their partners in the Emergency Response Team.
Bangla: Shaheen Bin Siraz who works for the NGO Forum for Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and completed this entire task in his own time.
French: Irina Montiel, Geraldine Oudin and Judith Lopez Cardozo, and to Annick Masson who provided the invaluable service of translating, proof-reading and editing on a voluntary basis.
Korean: Korea NGO Council for Overseas Development Cooperation translated, printed and distributed copies of the 4th edition.
Spanish: Delia Tasso and other volunteers from UNV on-line volunteering.
..to everyone who has supported and encouraged us from the inception of this project, through the launch of the initial trial, and beyond. Without this it would still be an idea floating around our heads.