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Debate: The Future of Humanitarian Work in a Global World

On the occasion of the publication of Many Reasons to Intervene: French and British Approaches to Humanitarian Action (Hurst Publishing), Karl Blanchet, Lecturer at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and member of the Public Health Group on Humanitarian Crises ( http://crises.lshtm.ac.uk/) will invite a panel of French and British experts on humanitarian […]

Lecture at Medical Emergency Relief International

Jennifer Palmer from the Humanitarian Crises Group delivered a lecture at the London-based medical organisation, Medical Emergency Relief International (Merlin), on her research called, “Making sense of sleeping sickness in South Sudan”. The project sought to understand how lay people and health workers make use of passive screening services for sleeping sickness/HAT in the post-conflict […]

Research Summary: Evaluation of post-earthquake physical rehabilitation response in Haiti, 2010

This two page “Research Summary: Evaluation of post-earthquake physical rehabilitation response in Haiti, 2010” presents key findings and recommendations from a study carried out by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and funded by CBM, to assess the impact  of the emergency response following the devastating 2010 earthquake.