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

Johns Hopkins public health faculty urges President Trump...

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

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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Awards Two...

Two Syrian medical doctors displaced by that nation’s ongoing conflict...

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Weekly News Feb 27 - Mar 5, 2017

Humanitarian Emergency Weekly News Somalia says 110 dead in last 48 hours due...

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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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Weekly News Feb 20 - Feb 26, 2017

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

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Events

Refugee Resettlement in United States

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

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New Beginnings: Celebrating Syrian Refugee Resettlement

Enjoy authentic Syrian dishes catered by Aleppo Kitchen. Aleppo Kitchen...

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JHVI & BIB Vaccine Day 2017

Johns Hopkins Vaccine Initiative & Berman Institue of Bioethics Vaccine Day...

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The Syrian Conflict and its Effect on the Future of...

The Syrian Conflict and its Effect on the Future of Humanitarian Action...

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Careers in Humanitarian Health

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

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Where We Work

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