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Article Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

Humanitarian Exchange – Mental health & psychosocial support in humanitarian crises special feature

Article Evidence Review

Setting priorities for humanitarian water, sanitation and hygiene research: a meeting report

Article Evidence Review

Strengthening the evidence base for health programming in humanitarian crises

Article Disaster Risk Reduction

Lead User Method vs. Innovation Contest – An Empirical Comparison of Two Open Innovation Methodologies for Identifying Social Innovation for Flood Resilience in Indonesia

Article Gender-based Violence

Vulnerability of refugees with communication disabilities to SGBV: evidence from Rwanda

Article Health Systems & Services

In support of UNRWA appeal for health and dignity of Palestinian refugees

Article, Peer Reviewed Nutrition

Comparing performance of mothers using simplified mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) classification devices with an improved MUAC insertion tape in Isiolo County, Kenya

Article Ebola

Development of a set of community-informed Ebola messages for Sierra Leone

Article Evidence Review

Evidence on public health interventions in humanitarian crises

Article Maternal and Child Health

Shock progression and survival after use of a condom uterine balloon tamponade package in women with uncontrolled postpartum hemorrhage

Article Health Systems & Services

Pilot testing and implementation of mhealth tool for non-communicable disease in humanitarian setting

Article, Peer Reviewed Ebola

Engaging ‘communities’: anthropological insights from the West African Ebola epidemic

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