New Research Studies for R2HC
Published on 05/12/2017
This year we funded seven new projects to carry out research to support health in humanitarian crises. Find out more about them:
Columbia University: Overcoming challenges to accessing quality post‐abortion care in humanitarian crises.
Johns Hopkins University: Multi-purpose and conditional cash-based transfers (CBTs) and public health among Syrian refugees.
Johns Hopkins University: Measuring Urban Capacity for Humanitarian Crisis: Piloting an Urban Health Response System Assessment Tool (UHRSAT).
World Health Organisation: Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of guided e-mental health care for Syrian refugees in urban Lebanon.
Tufts: Establishing evidence for common-but-underresearched WASH cholera interventions
University of New South Wales: Evaluation of scalable interventions to improve mental health of Syrian refugee youth
Queen Mary University: Evaluation of phone delivered psychotherapy for refugee children