Why is funding research and evidence crucial in humanitarian crises?


We caught up with Alastair Ager and Paul Spiegel at our 2017 Research Forum. In this short video they discuss the need for health research in an ever evolving humanitarian…

Read More


New Research Studies for R2HC

In 2017 the R2HC programme funded seven new research studies through our annual Call 4. The studies focus on a variety of public health themes in multiple humanitarian crises. These…

Read More


Menstrual Hygiene Management in Emergencies Toolkit


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…

Read More


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


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…

Read More


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…

Read More


Page 1 of 812345...Last »

Elrha is hosted by Save the Children, a registered charity in England and Wales (213890) and Scotland (SC039570).

Web design by Teamworks