We share all the research from our funded projects and the reports from our own commissioned research over on our Publications Portal. We also feature key publications below:
- The Humanitarian Health Evidence Review: the update published in October 2015, provides a rigorous assessment of the current quality and depth of the evidence base that informs humanitarian public health programming globally, including in depth reviews on the actual effectiveness of public health interventions: communicable diseases of malaria, polio, and neglected tropic diseases; WASH; SRH; and NCDs.
We recommend this Review is used as a key resource for those developing and conducting public health research in humanitarian crises contexts.
- Research Uptake Guidance: this guide aims to provide funding applicants with advice on developing clear and achievable uptake plans for their research project.
- Our Commissioned Research: key reports from our commissioned work including our Research Ethics Tool and our evidence review of gender-based violence (GBV) research methodologies and recommendations.