The R2HC programme aims to improve health outcomes by strengthening the evidence base for public health interventions in humanitarian crises.
Enabling women and girls to manage their periods is increasingly on the radar of humanitarian agencies but is still taboo and easily neglected when faced with more immediate crises within emergency settings. To address the range of challenges, more time must be spent listening to what women need...
R2HC's annual Call for Proposals is now open for applications until 17 July 2018. Find out more about this funding opportunity.
We announce the new Chair of R2HC's Funding Committee and say thank you to retiring members.
Up date on the “Heat Emergency Awareness and Treatment (HEAT)” project led by Johns Hopkins University
The challenges of developing a career as an anthropologist and qualitative health researcher in post-Ebola Guinea
A blog post that explores the challenges of developing a career as a social scientist in Guinea
Reflections on some of the challenges faced by the ESM- Ketamine project