What We Do

Research

Undertake innovative research in humanitarian health science to discover and apply evidence-based strategies for prevention, preparedness, response, recovery and reintegration. 

Educate and Train

Educate and train individuals, governments and organizations on the latest theories and best practice approaches of humanitarian health science to allow for their evidence-based and practical application.

Empower

Empower individuals, communities, organizations and Governments to practically apply skills and expertise gained through research and education.

News

Weekly News Feb 13 - Feb 19, 2017

Humanitarian Emergency Weekly News Storm Dineo kills at least seven people in...

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Weekly News Feb 20 - Feb 26, 2017

Humanitarian Emergency Weekly News Peru: Floods displace thousands There has...

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How to Fix the Broken Humanitarian System: A Q&A with...

Even as the world struggles with multiple crises that have forced tens of...

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Can the New leader of WHO Save the Agency?

The World Health Organization broke precedent this week when it elected its new...

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Johns Hopkins public health faculty urges President Trump...

Johns Hopkins public health faculty urges President Trump not to issue order...

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Events

Global Health Day!!!!

Noon-1:30 Keynote Speech by Ambassador Birx (Sommer Hall) 1:30-3:30 Poster...

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Refugee Resettlement in United States

Panelist: Jennifer Smith, Overseas Processing Chief, Population,...

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Careers in Humanitarian Health

Panelist: Lara Ho, Senior Technical Advisory for Health Research,...

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Global Challenges to Human Rights with High Commissioner of...

;   The High Commissioner Zeid Ra'ad Al...

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Cash-Based Transfer: A game changer in humanitarian...

Cash-based transfer are considered to be the future of humanitarian response....

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Where We Work

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