World failing to address health needs of 630 million women and children affected by armed conflictMonday 25 January 2021
Satellite images suggest deaths more than doubled in Aden, Yemen during intense COVID-19 transmissionWednesday 28 October 2020
Excess mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic in Aden governorate, Yemen: a geospatial and statistical analysisTuesday 27 October 2020
Emilie Koum Besson1*, Andy Norris2, Abdulla S.
Become a Student Liaison Officer!Wednesday 7 October 2020
The Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre (HHCC) at LSHTM was founded to advance health and health equity in crises-affected countries through research, education, and translation of knowledge into
£3.8 million funding boost to investigate alcohol misuse in humanitarian settingsMonday 14 September 2020
Is COVID increasing vulnerabilities in those already displaced by war?Sunday 26 July 2020
A new set of briefing papers prepared by Crises Centre members for the Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform (SSHAP) considers how the
Launching the new UK-PHRST Knowledge Hub: Sharing knowledge saves livesThursday 18 June 2020
Responding effectively to outbreaks of infectious diseases saves lives.
Considerations for planning COVID-19 case management services in humanitarian responsesFriday 29 May 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to cause high morbidity and mortality in crisis-affected populations.
Response strategies for COVID-19 epidemics in African settingsMonday 20 April 2020
The health impact of COVID-19 may differ in African settings as compared to countries in Europe or China due to demographic, epidemiological, environmental and socio-economic factors.
COVID-19 control in low-income settings and displaced populations: what can realistically be done?Friday 20 March 2020
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