Malaysian Lilianne Fan is the Housing, Land and Property Coordinator in the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Shelter Cluster in Haiti.
She previously served as Recovery and Development Advisor to the Coordinating Office for the ASEAN Humanitarian Task Force Myanmar and has led a team of international and national policy researchers, legal aid officers, technical experts and consultants conducting policy analysis and technical assistance to the Government of Indonesia in Aceh and Nias on a range of humanitarian, recovery and development issues.
Such issues include housing, land and property rights of disaster victims; post-disaster and post-conflict recovery; poverty reduction and pro-poor economic development; governance and decentralisation; and gender equality and social protection.
Lilianne has also had the opportunity to brief high-level international leaders on key rehabilitation and reconstruction issues in Aceh and Nias, including former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz and Deputy Special Envoy on Tsunami Recovery Eric Schwartz. Her work with various organisations includes Oxfam, UNDP, UNHCR and the International Finance Corporation-World Bank Group.
Lilianne has a Bachelors of Arts in Social and Historical Studies from the New School for Social Research, New York, and a Master of Arts in Anthropology from Columbia University, New York.
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