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Ingela Winter-Norberg

Ingela Winter-Norberg has worked at Sida, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, as Programme Manager since 1999. Currently she is responsible for Sida’s support to UNHCR and handles protection related issues in humanitarian assistance since several years.

Ingela holds a Master’s degree in “International Migration and Ethnic Relations” and a Bachelor’s degree in “Intercultural relations and Migration” from the Department of Social Anthropology at University of Stockholm.

During her career Ingela has focused mainly on humanitarian assistance and refugee issues, and has also experience from working with asylum and migration at the Swedish Migration Board, and with child protection in emergencies at Swedish Save the Children.

At Sida Ingela has worked with several country and regional contexts such as Somalia and the Horn of Africa region, as well as Colombia, Haiti and the Latin American region.

During 2003-2005 Ingela was responsible for Sida’s support to Democracy and Human Rights in Zimbabwe, including support to internally displaced populations, based at the Swedish Embassy in Harare.

In 2008-2009 she was responsible for Sida’s support to the Health sector programme in Guatemala, based at the Swedish Embassy in Guatemala City.

Sida’s humanitarian aid is devoted to saving lives, alleviating suffering and maintaining human dignity in armed conflicts, natural disasters or other disaster situations. Humanitarian aid includes both material aid and protection of affected civilians. Sida’s humanitarian work is needs based and distributed to affected crisis situations in many countries and regions all over the world.

Ingela Winter-Norberg

Ingela Winter-Norberg

Page Manager: Jessica Glanzelius|Last update: 10/22/2015

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