Randolph Kent

Senior Advisor / Comite de Consultatif

Dr. Randolph Kent is a Visiting Professor at the African Leadership Centre at King’s College, London. Prior to that appointment, he directed the Humanitarian Futures Programme at Kings College, London, where he and his staff worked from 2004 to 2016 with a wide range of multilateral, bilateral and nongovernmental organizations to strengthen their strategic and planning capacities for dealing with longer-term humanitarian threats. Dr. Kent accepted his post at King’s College, London, after completing his assignment as UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia in April 2002. Prior to his assignment in Somalia, he served as UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Kosovo [1999], UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Rwanda [1994-1995], Chief of the UN Emergency Unit in Sudan [1989-1991] and Chief of Emergency Prevention and Preparedness in Ethiopia [1987-1989].

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