The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 8 > REDR - Engineering's Humanitarian Response
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REDR - Engineering's Humanitarian Response

At the beginning of last year I was seconded for 3 months to The Save the Children Fund (SCF) to work in a refugee camp in western Sudan. Three years previously I had been seconded to the United Nations Relief & Works Agency for (UNRWA) to help rebuild the refugee communities in Lebanon. These had been destroyed by the civil war and subsequent Israeli invasion. R. McAdam