The Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre brings together over 200 researchers of different backgrounds from all three LSHTM faculties.
We focus on improving the health of populations affected by humanitarian crises through quality research, teaching, training and dissemination of objective, evidence-based information.
Practical guidance for camps
The targeted shielding approach aims to protect those most vulnerable from SARS-CoV-2 infection by helping them to live in dignity, safely and separately from the general population for an extended period of time.
Displaced Syrian communities
COVID-19 prevention advice from the Syria Research Group (SyRG) for low-income OR displaced Syrian communities.
Women Leaders in Health and Conflict initiative
We are excited to partner with King’s College London on the Women Leaders in Heath and Conflict (WLHC) initiative. The WLHC is a newly formed group of aspiring and established women working as researchers and practitioners within fragile and conflict-affected areas to challenge the status quo and enhance opportunities for women’s leadership.
Please make a gift to the Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre
Please donate to support the Centre’s research focusing on health in humanitarian crises and conflict zones, such as Ukraine, Yemen, Lebanon and Mozambique, among others.
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