The R2HC programme aims to improve health outcomes by strengthening the evidence base for public health interventions in humanitarian crises.
FUNDING ALERT: apply to conduct research exploring public health practice in humanitarian crises. The R2HC 4th Call for Proposals is OPEN. Join the webinar on 2 June for more info.
R2HC-funded research by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine highlights how an increase in Ebola treatment beds prevented 57,000 Ebola cases and 40,000 deaths in Sierra Leone, but calculates that introducing beds just one month earlier may have halved the outbreak.
R2HC funds new project: As Ebola ravages a vulnerable Healthcare System, Liberian NGO probes the role of Traditional Healers in the Health crisis
It's been a busy year at the Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, as a team of mental health professionals and trained non-specialists began implementing and evaluating the Problem Management Plus (PM+) program.
Exploring self-help interventions in Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement, now home to over 22 000 South Sudanese refugees
Challenges of implementing a rigorous, innovative research methodology in a humanitarian setting: national partner perspectives
Rana Dajani, Founder and Director of Taghyeer, and Noura Shahed, No Lost Generation Project Coordinator with Mercy Corps Jordan, are key collaborating partners with Yale University responsible for coordinating local data collection across research project sites in Jordan.