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      COVID-19, Gender-based Violence

      Gender-Based Violence Risk Mitigation by Non-GBV Specialists Prior to and during COVID-19

      Article, Peer Reviewed

      Healthworker preparedness for COVID‑19 management and implementation experiences

      Article, Peer Reviewed
      Refugees and IDPs, Sexual and Reproductive Health

      Child marriage among Somali refugees in Ethiopia

      Research Snapshot
      Water, sanitation & hygiene

      Research Snapshot: Reducing the Spread of Cholera

      Disaster Risk Reduction, Inclusion of People with Disabilities and Older People

      Identifying relevant factors for disability and age inclusive disaster preparedness

      Peer Reviewed

      Biomarkers Make the Case for a Comprehensive Approach to Diagnosing Severe Acute Malnutrition


      Clinical and Biochemical Markers of Risk in Uncomplicated Severe Acute Malnutrition

      Research Snapshot
      Disaster Risk Reduction

      Research Snapshot: How can cities best prepare for disasters?

      Water, sanitation & hygiene

      Gaps in WASH in Humanitarian Response: 2021 Update

      Innovation Management

      Ethics for Humanitarian Innovation

      Briefing Note

      Poster: COVID-19 vaccine acceptance in older Syrian refugees: findings from a longitudinal survey

      Policy Brief

      Policy brief: Les mesures de distanciation physique contre la Covid-19 ne peuvent être adoptées par les personnes déplacées internes au Mali

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