The R2HC programme aims to improve health outcomes by strengthening the evidence base for public health interventions in humanitarian crises.
Our R2HC Partnerships Manager talks about the highlights from their recent Research Forum held in Jordan, to bring together academic researchers and humanitarian practitioners based in the Syria region.
Following last year’s call for proposals, nine applicants were awarded R2HC funding.
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.
Integration and recognition of psychosocial services in the health system in Saptari district, Nepal.
For the last two years, Samjhana, Laxmi, Kabita and Sakuntala all worked as psychosocial workers for AF's FUSAM project. They talk about their role providing psychosocial support to 211 mothers and their children...
Member of the World Vision International project team, Yogendra Napit, blogs about collecting data in a challenging environment in Nepal...
This research study focuses on evaluating the effectiveness of introducing safe drinking water into Community-Managed Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) programs for treatment of Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) in Dadu, Sindh, Pakistan...