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Help families find safety and escape poverty. You have the power to make a difference.

You have the power to make a difference.

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Your support now can help families with live-saving aid, like food, water, soap, and much more.

Your support now can help families with live-saving aid, like food, water, soap, and much more.

Noah Gottschalk

Senior Humanitarian Policy Advisor

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Noah Gottschalk is senior policy advisor for humanitarian response at Oxfam America, where he focuses on Sudan, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Syria as well as broader conflict and human rights issues. He has over a decade of experience working with children, families, and communities affected by conflict in these countries and elsewhere in Africa and the Middle East. He specializes in gender issues in forced displacement and in the return and reintegration of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs).

Noah Gottschalk is senior policy advisor for humanitarian response at Oxfam America, where he focuses on Sudan, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Syria as well as broader conflict and human rights issues. He has over a decade of experience working with children, families, and communities affected by conflict in these countries and elsewhere in Africa and the Middle East. He specializes in gender issues in forced displacement and in the return and reintegration of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs).

In addition to policy work, Gottschalk’s experience includes managing humanitarian programs and providing legal assistance to refugees, asylum-seekers, IDPs, and immigrants. Prior to this role, he worked in Brussels where he led Oxfam’s humanitarian advocacy at the European Union level.

Gottschalk has been quoted in numerous media outlets including National Public Radio, BBC World Service, Christian Science Monitor, and the Guardian. He holds an MA in International Human Rights Law from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies.

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