Menstrual Hygiene Management in Emergencies Toolkit

23.10.2017

Menstruation is difficult to manage in emergencies; privacy, sanitation facilities, access to hygiene materials are among some of the challenges women and girls face. We funded Columbia University and the…

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A forgotten crisis: improving IDP access to health services in Georgia

19.10.2017

Georgia is not the first country that comes to mind when you think of current humanitarian crises. The multitude of recent natural disasters in Mexico and the Caribbean, the cholera…

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EbolaCheck: Breakthrough in Diagnosis

When the deadly Ebola virus began to spread in 2014, patients were tested by taking a blood sample. The problem with this method was that samples had to be taken by staff…

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How do you scale humanitarian innovations? A new tool that will help

Scaling any innovation is a difficult journey and far from an exact science. Scaling innovations in the humanitarian sector, with it’s harsh environments and complex challenges, is something we know…

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Mental health and psychosocial support (MPHSS) research in humanitarian settings: WHO-Elrha meeting

09.10.2017

On the 2-3 October, we jointly hosted a meeting in Geneva with the World Health Organization (WHO) sharing research findings from R2HC-funded studies on mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) in…

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