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Article, Peer Reviewed

Development of a Field Laboratory for Monitoring of Fecal-Sludge Treatment Plants

Article, Peer Reviewed Water, sanitation & hygiene

Evaluation of Key Antimicrobial Properties of Moringa oleifera in Relation to Its Use as a Hand-Washing Product

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

The myth of the 1-day training: the effectiveness of psychosocial support capacity-building during the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

Peer Reviewed Nutrition

Cost-effectiveness of three point-of-use water treatment technologies added to community-based treatment of severe acute malnutrition

Peer Reviewed Mental Heath and Psychosocial Support

C-reactive protein, Epstein-Barr virus, and cortisol trajectories in refugee and non-refugee youth: Links with stress, mental health, and cognitive function during a randomised controlled trial

Article, Peer Reviewed Water, sanitation & hygiene

Experimental Determination of Moisture Sorption Isotherm of Fecal Sludge

Peer Reviewed Disaster Risk Reduction, Disease (Communicable & Non-communicable)

Factors motivating the use of respiratory protection against volcanic ashfall: a comparative analysis of communities in Japan, Indonesia and Mexico

Peer Reviewed Disaster Risk Reduction, Disease (Communicable & Non-communicable)

Health Interventions in Volcanic Eruptions – Community Wearability Assessment of Respiratory Protection against Volcanic Ash from Mt Sinabung, Indonesia

Peer Reviewed Ebola

Extending the “Social”: Anthropological Contributions to the Study of Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers

Peer Reviewed Injury & Rehabilitation

Intraoperative awareness and experience with a ketamine-based anaesthesia package to support emergency and essential surgery when no anaesthetist is available

Peer Reviewed Gender-based Violence

Altered social trajectories and risks of violence among young Syrian women seeking refuge in Turkey: a qualitative study

Peer Reviewed Disaster Risk Reduction

Remittance and earthquake preparedness

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